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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 109	Edmonton, Saturday, August 31, 2013	No. 16
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
August 6, 2013 
Raymond Karim Bodnarek, Q.C.
CHANGES OF NAME
Change of Name of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
July 31, 2013 
Lawrence, Sarissa Taylor to Banks, Sarissa Taylor 
Mann, Tobi Lynne to Steinbach, Tobi Lynne
TERMINATIONS
Terminations of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
July 31, 2013 
Dyjur, Kerri-Lynn of Vermilion 
Helgason, Breanna Joy of Edmonton 
Prince, Cathy May-Anne of Edmonton
TRANSFERS
Transfer of Non-Presiding Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
August 5, 2013 
Bennett, Mona Lisa from Drumheller to Leduc
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Aboriginal Relations 
Hospitality Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013
Date: August 8 & 9, 2012 
Purpose: Land Treaty Agreement negotiation team meeting. 
Amount: $1,454.92 
Location: Enoch, Alberta
Date: October 23 & 24, 2012 
Purpose: Economic capacity building workshop coordinated by the First Nations 
Development Fund Grant Program. 
Amount: $16,063.96 
Location: Fort McMurray, Alberta
Date: November 16, 2012 
Purpose: Economic capacity building workshop coordinated by the First Nations 
Development Fund Grant Program. 
Amount: $1,906.94 
Location: Fort McMurray, Alberta
Date: December 10 & 11, 2012 
Purpose: Continue dialogue and relationship building between the Government of 
Alberta and the First Nations in the areas of economic opportunities and education. 
Amount: $16,080.09 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: February 1, 2013 
Purpose: Minister's meeting with industry, Municipal Association, First Nations and 
Treaty Organizations to discuss consultation policy review. 
Amount: $2,104.25 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: February 22, 2013 
Purpose: Economic capacity building workshop, presenting funding and community 
development opportunities. 
Amount: $648.50 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: February 27, 2013 
Purpose: Premier meeting with Assembly of First Nation Chiefs and Minister of 
Education to discuss issues related to education. 
Amount: $861.54 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 12, 2013 
Purpose: M‚tis Settlement Long Term Governance and Funding Arrangement 
signing ceremony. 
Amount: $1,547.33 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Agriculture and Rural Development
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0020 058 038
N.W. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 255
0020 058 038
N.W. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 256 +1
0020 058 038
N.W. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 256
0020 058 046
N.E. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240 +4
0020 058 046
N.E. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240
0020 058 046
N.E. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240 +2
0022 318 786
N.W. 16-13-18-W4M
131 084 788 +1
0022 312 698
N.W. 21-13-18-W4M
131 084 788
0025 972 472
S.E. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240 +4
0025 972 472
S.E. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240 +2
0025 972 472
S.E. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240
0025 972 464
S.W. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240 +4
0025 972 464
S.W. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240 +2
0025 972 464
S.W. 26-13-16-W4M
131 078 240
0029 288 545
S.E. 35-13-16-W4M
131 078 230
0029 288 545
S.E. 35-13-16-W4M
081 062 007
0029 288 404
S.W. 35-13-16-W4M
131 078 230
0029 288 404
S.W. 35-13-16-W4M
081 062 007
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
On behalf of the Lethbridge Northern 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
0028 481 943
4;25;11;10;NW
091 139 471
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District should be 
changed according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be 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
0021 558 102
4;22;22;23;NE
041 488 550
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Education
Hospitality Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
Paid during the period April 1, 2013 to June 30, 2013
Function: 2013 Excellence in Teaching Awards Semi-finalist Ceremony
Date: April 16, 2013
Amount: $17,811.20
Purpose: To host the semi-finalist recipients' event and ceremony recognizing 
outstanding teachers and honouring creative, innovative and effective teaching in 
Alberta.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: 2013 Excellence in Teaching Awards Semi-finalist Ceremony
Date: April 18, 2013
Amount: $21,424.23
Purpose: To host the semi-finalist recipients' event and ceremony recognizing 
outstanding teachers and honouring creative, innovative and effective teaching in 
Alberta.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Deputy Minister's Dialogue on Teaching Quality Reception
Date: May 2, 2013
Amount: $774.54
Purpose: To host a reception for attendees at the Deputy Minister's Dialogue meeting 
with stakeholders to address important issues related to teaching quality.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Energy
Declaration of Withdrawal from Unit Agreement
(Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulations)
The Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown in Right of Alberta hereby declares 
and states that the Crown in right of Alberta has withdrawn as a party to the 
agreement entitled "Blueberry Mountain Gas Unit" effective July 31, 2013.
Claudia Cooper, for Minister of Energy.
_______________
The Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown in Right of Alberta hereby declares 
and states that the Crown in right of Alberta has withdrawn as a party to the 
agreement entitled "Calgary Crossfield Unit No. 1" effective July 31, 2013.
Claudia Cooper, for Minister of Energy.
International and Intergovernmental Relations
Hospitality Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013
Date: May 10, 2012 
Purpose: Roundtable briefing for the Alberta Health Technology Mission to Hong 
Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing. 
Amount: $1,496.26 
Location: Shanghai, China
Date: May 27 - 29, 2012 
Purpose: Networking events during the 2012 Western Premiers' Conference. 
Amount: $10,806.84 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: June 13, 2012 
Purpose: Global Petroleum Show Reception in honour of visiting dignitaries. 
Amount: $4,389.85 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: June 20, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event to provide detailed and technical information regarding 
oil sands and greenhouse gases to representatives from eight U.S. think tanks. 
Amount: $1,412.81 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: June 29, 2012 
Purpose: Canada Day Reception to increase the awareness of Canada with key 
German clients, partners and stakeholders and Canadian representatives in Germany. 
Amount: $605.57 
Location: Munich, Germany
Date: July 1, 2012  
Purpose: Alberta Korea Office co-hosting Canada Day Event with Canadian 
Chamber of Commerce to promote the Canadian hospitality/restaurant industry. 
Amount: $835.97 
Location: Seoul, Korea
Date: July 11, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event to discuss unconventional resource development, 
production and transportation and strategic opportunities between Canada and Asia. 
Cost shared with Energy and Environment and Sustainable Resource Development. 
Amount: $46,790.85 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: July 11 - 12, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event and briefing with nine representatives from U.S. 
Department of Energy and U.S. National Laboratories regarding the most recent 
technological developments in oil sands and greenhouse gas reduction. 
Amount: $1,613.07 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: July 12, 2012 
Purpose: Networking and hospitality event with China Alberta Petroleum Centre 
board members at their annual meeting and workshop. 
Amount: $4,591.90 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: July 24, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event for U.S. legislators attending Council of State 
Governments-West meetings in Edmonton to recap the oil sands visit with attendees. 
Amount: $2,272.36 
Location: Fort McMurray and Edmonton, Alberta
Date: July 26, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event for the official visit of Mr. Liu Guozhong, Executive 
Vice Governor of Heilongjiang, China with Heilongjiang delegation, 
community/business leaders, and government representatives. 
Amount: $3,824.86 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: August 6, 2012 
Purpose: Networking dinner hosted by Minister Dallas for Senator John Hoeven to 
discuss the Keystone XL pipeline project in the U.S. Midwest. 
Amount: $678.19 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: August 8, 2012 
Purpose: Networking breakfast to introduce Minister Dallas to Alberta companies 
and discuss their objectives and business needs for participation in Unmanned 
Systems North America 2012. 
Amount: $823.82 
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada
Date: August 20, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with delegation of U.S. Members of Congress who serve 
on key House committees including Foreign Affairs, Energy and Commerce, 
Transportation, Infrastructure, and Science & Technology. 
Amount: $1,346.95 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: August 25, 2012 
Purpose: Networking dinner to promote areas of interest for Democratic 
Congressional visits to Alberta. 
Amount: $1,149.94 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: August 29, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with officials from West Coast Environmental Think 
Tanks and officials from Canadian consulates in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, 
and Houston to debrief on oil sands visit. 
Amount: $2,300.45 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: September 6, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event to promote and build relationships between Alberta 
technologies and companies and procurement managers from Indian and Nigerian 
national oil companies. 
Amount: $931.50 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: September 6, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with Mr. Bo Qiliang, President of China National Oil and 
Gas Exploration and Development Corporation (CNODC), CNODC delegation, key 
oil/gas executives from Alberta and Alberta representatives. 
Amount: $3,336.72 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: September 11, 2012 
Purpose: New West Partnership (NWP) reception hosted by Premier in Tianjin China 
for promotion of NWP. 
Amount: $9,125.12 
Location: Tianjin, China
Date: September 11, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with Alberta / Canadian companies participating in the 
Oil and Gas Mission during the Mexican Petroleum Congress. 
Amount: $2,308.26 
Location: Cantro Banamex, Mexico City, Mexico
Date: September 13, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with the Council of the Federation (COF) organized by 
the Canada China Business Council during the 2012 COF Mission to China. 
Amount: $5,400.00 
Location: Beijing, China
Date: September 13, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event and signing ceremony of externship agreements between 
Alberta and China National Petroleum Corporation. 
Amount: $1,238.23 
Location: Guangzhou, China
Date: September 19, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event for travel agents to promote Alberta tourism in China. 
Amount: $1,291.86 
Location: Guangzhou, China
Date: September 19, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with ASSOLOMBARDA (the Milan Industrialists' 
Association) to build awareness of supply chain requirements and promote investment 
in Alberta. 
Amount: $2,256.13 
Location: Milan, Italy
Date: September 30 & October 1, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with U.S. state legislators, mayors, and officials 
attending the Ports-to-Plains Alliance for a recap of the oil sands visit. 
Amount: $1,097.00 
Location: Medicine Hat, Alberta
Date: October 3, 2012 
Purpose: The Annual Federal Provincial Territorial (FPT) meeting of investment 
Directors / Director Generals in Edmonton, to share perspective on attracting foreign 
direct investment. 
Amount: $762.03 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: October 22, 2012 
Purpose: Networking lunch hosted by Minister Dallas in honour of the visit of the 
Iraqi Study Mission delegation to learn about interactions and cooperation between 
various levels of government. 
Amount: $2,424.25 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: November 5 - 7, 2012  
Purpose: Networking sessions including technical seminar, networking lunch, wrap-
up dinner, and one-on-one meetings with Peruvian and Alberta companies 
participating in the mission to Peru. 
Amount: $8,349.42 
Location: Lima, Peru
Date: November 13, 2012 
Purpose: Minister Dallas address to Dubai business community, providing Minister 
Dallas an opportunity to present Alberta's vision to the United Emirate Islands. 
Amount: $1,238.00 
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Date: November 23, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event with Kuwait Finance House (KFH), Procura Real Estate, 
the City of Edmonton, and the Edmonton Economic Development Corporation 
(EEDC) to strengthen KFH's investment in Alberta real estate projects. 
Amount: $2,110.67 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: December 10, 2012 
Purpose: Incoming visit by the Southern States Energy Board to visit Alberta's oil 
sands and participate in a series of briefings. 
Amount: $1,592.76 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: December 17, 2012 
Purpose: Premier Redford's mission to Chicago; luncheon with energy and corporate 
leaders.  Premier Redford was keynote speaker. 
Amount: $3,981.20 
Location: Chicago, USA
Date: January 16, 2013 
Purpose: Joint Alberta/B.C. promotion for investment attraction seminar; education 
roundtable and networking lunch. 
Amount: $2,475.30 
Location: Fuzhou, China
Date: February 4, 2013 
Purpose: Reception for New Brunswick Premier David Alward hosted by Premier 
Redford to facilitate discussions including oil market diversification opportunities. 
Amount: $3,386.90 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: February 7, 2013 
Purpose: Government luncheon in honour of the visit of Udomphol Ninnad, 
Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand and delegation. 
Amount: $695.77 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: February 23, 2013 
Purpose: Participation in Canada-Sweden Business Forum: High Growth & Big 
Opportunities in Alberta and Western Canada. Build awareness of supply chain 
requirements in Alberta and promote investment in the province. 
Amount: $765.00 
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Date: March 5, 2013 
Purpose: Networking and showcasing Alberta suppliers of sustainable building 
products and champion construction investment opportunities in the province. 
Amount: $2,456.39 
Location: London, England
Date: March 13, 2013 
Purpose: To supply Alberta products at a promotional event organized by the 
Canadian Embassy. 
Amount: $1,014.82 
Location: Seoul, Korea
Date: March 18, 2013 
Purpose: Reception to officially open Alberta's Ottawa Office and advance Alberta's 
intergovernmental priorities with key federal government decision makers, 
international representatives, and policy advocates in the region. 
Amount: $4,636.23 
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
Date: March 22, 2013 
Purpose: Provided Alberta products to a Maple Gala celebrating 50 years of 
diplomatic relations between Canada and Korea. 
Amount: $2,431.80 
Location: Seoul, Korea
Date: March 26, 2013 
Purpose: Hosted Mayor of Mongolia Bat-Uul and accompanying delegations for 
discussion of potential cooperation including waste and water treatment, city 
management, and public transportation. 
Amount: $882.00 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: March 14, 2013 
Purpose: Luncheon for the China National Petroleum Corporation/Alberta Petroleum 
Centre (CAPC) board of directors meeting. 
Amount: $1,763.36 
Location: Xi'an, China
Date: March 4 -7, 2013 
Purpose: Staged a series of investment presentations in Manama, Bahrain to attract 
in-bound Federal Direct Investment. 
Amount: $6,623.68 
Location: Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
Date: March 20, 2013 
Purpose: Breakfast event to convey Alberta's message to participants of Americana 
2013 on the use of technology for reducing the energy and environmental footprint in 
oil sands development. 
Amount: $1,457.74 
Location: Montr‚al, Quebec
Date: March 21, 2013 
Purpose: Incoming visit by energy and environmental experts from U.S. Think Tanks 
for an oil sands site visit and government briefings. 
Amount: $748.85 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 27, 2013 
Purpose: Part of a media visit to Alberta at which Alberta hosted a briefing session 
on Alberta policies and research. 
Amount: $865.60 
Location: Fort McMurray, Alberta
Date: March 26-27, 2013 
Purpose: Incoming visit by the Governor of Colorado and a delegation from 
Colorado, visiting Alberta's oil sands in a series of briefings. 
Amount: $3,240.90 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 25-28, 2013 
Purpose: Incoming visit by the Pentagon's Employer Support for the Guard and 
Reserved (ESGR) and U.S. Veterans. 
Amount: $2,079.62 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 28, 2013 
Purpose: Networking reception after the Carbon Capture and Storage workshop at 
the Canada House. 
Amount: $1,551.81 
Location: London, England
Justice and Solicitor General
Erratum
The following notice which was published in the July 31, 2013 issue of the 
Alberta Gazette contained errors.  It should have read as follows:
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
RCMP, Traffic Services, "K" Division 
McBeth, Jeffrey Alan Gordon
(Date of Designation July 3, 2013)
Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Lieutenant Governor of Alberta, Donald S. Ethell AdeCs 
August 6, 2013
Name
Rank
Service 
Branch
Appointed
End of 
Term
Banke, Joseph
Lieutenant (N)
Navy
July 7, 2010

Beauchamp, Andrew
Captain
Army
July 30, 2010

Boudreau, Jodie
Inspector
RCMP
February 29, 2012

Boyle, Peter
Captain
Army
July 30, 2010

Chen, Jason
Captain
Army
October 21, 2010

Craddock, Robert
Major
Army
July 30, 2010

DeGoeij, Glenn
Inspector
RCMP
July 7, 2010

Diakiw, Keith
Lieutenant (N)
Navy
February 9, 2011
May, 2013
Dumas, Rick
Captain
Army
May 25, 2012

Fisher, Randy
Captain
Air Force
July 7, 2010

Foster, Ken
Staff Sergeant 
Major
RCMP
July 30, 2010
June, 2011
Gerwing, Michelle
Major
Air Force
July 30, 2010

Glavin, Gibson
Inspector
RCMP
July 30, 2010

Hamori, Tony
Inspector
RCMP
May 8, 2013

Haner, Glen
Staff Sergeant
RCMP
July 7, 2010
July, 2012
Hodgson, John
Captain
Army
July 30, 2010

Jensen, Kelly
Captain
Air Force
September 13, 2010

Jorgenson, Joseph
Captain
Air Force
July 30, 2010
July, 2013
Kuhse, George
Captain
Army
July 7, 2010
July, 2013
Lynch, Bryan
Captain
Air Force
December 15, 2010

McDougall, Janet
Lieutenant 
Commander
Navy
July 7, 2010

McKenna, Donnan
Inspector
RCMP
May 8, 2013

Murphy, Patricia
Major
Army
July 30, 2010

Olmstead, Nancy
Lieutenant 
Commander
Navy
July 7, 2010

Papuschak, Colin
Lieutenant
Army
July 12, 2013

Richardson, Austin
Lieutenant
Army
May 25, 2012
May, 2013
Ripley, Lesley
Constable
RCMP
July 7, 2010

Riswold, John
Captain
Air Force
July 7, 2010

Roach, Brian
Major
Army
July 7, 2010

Scott, Roger
Lieutenant 
Colonel
Air Force
July 7, 2010

Simon, Karen
Inspector
RCMP
September 13, 2010

Stange, Craig
Lieutenant (N)
Navy
July 7, 2010

Stewart, John
Captain
Army
July 7, 2010
July, 2012
Titsing, Cory
Lieutenant (N)
Navy
July 30, 2010

Van Apeldoorn, 
Candace
Captain
Air Force
July 7, 2010

Walsh, Todd
Captain
Army
February 29, 2012

Wille, Carl
Captain
Army
May 25, 2012




Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-101  
MUTUAL FUND PROSPECTUS DISCLOSURE
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on May 15, 2013 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure
1.	National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definitions:
"statutory right of action" means
(a)	in Alberta, paragraph 206(a) of the Securities Act (Alberta),
(b)	in British Columbia, section 135 of the Securities Act (British Columbia), 
(c)	in Manitoba, section 141.2 of the Securities Act (Manitoba),
(d)	in New Brunswick, section 155 of the Securities Act (New Brunswick), 
(e)	in Northwest Territories, section 116 of the Securities Act (Northwest 
Territories),
(f)	in Nunavut, section 116 of the Securities Act (Nunavut), 
(g)	in Saskatchewan, section 141(2) of The Securities Act, 1988 
(Saskatchewan), and
(h)	in Yukon, section 116 of the Securities Act (Yukon);
"statutory right of withdrawal" means
(i)	in Alberta, subsection 130(1) of the Securities Act (Alberta),
(j)	in British Columbia, subsections 83(3) and (5) of the Securities Act 
(British Columbia), 
(k)	in Manitoba, sections 1.2 and 1.5 of Local Rule 41-502 Prospectus 
Delivery Requirement (Manitoba),
(l)	in New Brunswick, subsection 88(2) of the Securities Act (New 
Brunswick), 
(m)	in Northwest Territories, section 101(2) of the Securities Act (Northwest 
Territories), 
(n)	in Nunavut, subsection 101(2) of the Securities Act (Nunavut), 
(o)	in Saskatchewan, section 79(3)  of The Securities Act, 1988 
(Saskatchewan), and
(p)	in Yukon, subsection 101(2) of the Securities Act (Yukon)..
3.	Section 3.2 is amended by replacing subsection (2) with the following:
(2)	If a prospectus is required under securities legislation to be delivered or 
sent to a person or company, the fund facts document most recently filed 
under this Instrument for the applicable class or series of securities must 
be delivered or sent to the person or company at the same time and in the 
same manner as otherwise required for the prospectus.
(2.1)	The requirement under securities legislation to deliver or send a 
prospectus does not apply if a fund facts document is delivered or sent 
under subsection (2).
(2.2)	In Nova Scotia, a fund facts document is a disclosure document 
prescribed under subsection 76(1A) of the Securities Act (Nova Scotia).
(2.3)	In Ontario, a fund facts document is a disclosure document prescribed 
under subsection 71(1.1) of the Securities Act (Ontario)..
4.	The following sections are added after section 3.2:
3.2.1	Fund Facts Document - Purchaser's Right of Withdrawal 
(1)	A purchaser has a right of withdrawal in respect of a fund facts 
document that was delivered or sent under subsection 3.2(2), as the 
purchaser would otherwise have when a prospectus is required to be 
delivered or sent under securities legislation and, for that purpose, a fund 
facts document is a prescribed document under the statutory right of 
withdrawal.
(2)	In Nova Scotia, instead of subsection (1), subsection 76(2) of the 
Securities Act (Nova Scotia) applies.
(3)	In Ontario, instead of subsection (1), subsection 71(2) of the Securities 
Act (Ontario) applies. 
(4)	In Qu‚bec, instead of subsection (1), section 30 of the Securities Act 
(Qu‚bec) applies.
3.2.2	Fund Facts Document - Purchaser's Right of Action for Failure to 
Deliver or Send 
(1)	A purchaser has a right of action if a fund facts document is not 
delivered or sent as required by subsection 3.2(2), as the purchaser 
would otherwise have when a prospectus is not delivered or sent as 
required under securities legislation and, for that purpose, a fund facts 
document is a prescribed document under the statutory right of action. 
(2)	In Nova Scotia, instead of subsection (1), subsection 141(1) of the 
Securities Act (Nova Scotia) applies.
(3)	In Ontario, instead of subsection (1), section 133 of the Securities Act 
(Ontario) applies.
(4)	In Qu‚bec, instead of subsection (1), section 214 of the Securities Act 
(Qu‚bec) applies..
5.	Section 3.5 is amended by replacing "must" with "may".  
6.	Subsection 4.1(1) is amended by replacing "in a format" with "be in a format".
7.	Subsection 5.1(3) is repealed.
8.	Section 5.2 is replaced with the following:
5.2 Combinations of Fund Facts Documents for Delivery Purposes
(1)	A fund facts document delivered or sent under section 3.2 must not be 
attached to or bound with any other materials or documents, except that 
it may be attached to or bound with one or more of the following: 
1.	A general front cover pertaining to the package of attached or 
bound materials and documents.
2.	A trade confirmation which discloses the purchase of securities of 
the mutual fund. 
3. 	A fund facts document of another mutual fund if that fund facts 
document is being delivered or sent under section 3.2. 
4.	A simplified prospectus or a multiple SP of the mutual fund. 
5.	Any document incorporated by reference into the simplified 
prospectus or the multiple SP.
6.	Account application documents.
7.	Registered tax plan applications and documents.
(2)	If a trade confirmation referred to in subsection (1) is attached to or 
bound with a fund facts document, any other disclosure document 
required to be delivered or sent to satisfy a regulatory requirement for 
purchases listed in the trade confirmation may be attached to or bound 
with the fund facts document.
(3)	If a fund facts document is attached to or bound with any of the 
materials or documents referred to in subsection (1), a table of contents 
specifying all documents must be attached to or bound with the fund 
facts document, except when the only other documents attached to or 
bound with the fund facts document are the general front cover or the 
trade confirmation.
(4)	If one or more fund facts documents are attached to or bound with any 
of the materials or documents referred to in subsection (1), only the 
general front cover, the table of contents and the trade confirmation may 
be placed in front of those fund facts documents..
9.	Form 81-101F1 is amended
(a)	by adding the following after Item 1.1(6) of Part A:
INSTRUCTION:
Complete the bracketed information in subsection (3) above by
(1)	inserting the name of each jurisdiction of Canada in which the 
mutual fund intends to offer securities under the prospectus,
(2)	stating that the filing has been made in each of the provinces of 
Canada or each of the provinces and territories of Canada, or
(3)	identifying the filing jurisdictions of Canada by exception (i.e. 
every province of Canada or every province and territory of Canada, 
except [excluded jurisdictions]).; 
(b)	by adding the following after Item 1.2(6) of Part A:
INSTRUCTION:
Complete the bracketed information in subsection (3) above by
(1)	inserting the name of each jurisdiction of Canada in which the 
mutual fund intends to offer securities under the prospectus, 
(2)	stating that the filing has been made in each of the provinces of 
Canada or each of the provinces and territories of Canada, or 
(3)	identifying the filing jurisdictions of Canada by exception (i.e. 
every province of Canada or every province and territory of Canada, 
except [excluded jurisdictions]).; and
(c)	by replacing the text following the first paragraph of Item 11 of Part A 
with the following:
Securities legislation in some provinces and territories gives you the 
right to withdraw from an agreement to buy mutual funds within two 
business days of receiving the Simplified Prospectus or Fund Facts, or to 
cancel your purchase within 48 hours of receiving confirmation of your 
order. 
Securities legislation in some provinces and territories also allows you to 
cancel an agreement to buy mutual fund [units/shares] and get your 
money back, or to make a claim for damages, if the Simplified 
Prospectus, Annual Information Form, Fund Facts or financial 
statements misrepresent any facts about the fund. These rights must 
usually be exercised within certain time limits. 
For more information, refer to the securities legislation of your province 
or territory or consult a lawyer..
10.	Form 81-101F2 is amended
(a)	by adding the following after Item 1.1(6):
INSTRUCTION:
Complete the bracketed information in subsection (3) above by
(1)	inserting the name of each jurisdiction of Canada in which the 
mutual fund intends to offer securities under the prospectus, 
(2)	stating that the filing has been made in each of the provinces of 
Canada or each of the provinces and territories of Canada, or 
(3)	identifying the filing jurisdictions of Canada by exception (i.e. 
every province of Canada or every province and territory of Canada, 
except [excluded jurisdictions]).; and
(b)	by adding the following after Item 1.2(6):
INSTRUCTION:
Complete the bracketed information in subsection (3) above by
(1)	inserting the name of each jurisdiction of Canada in which the 
mutual fund intends to offer securities under the prospectus,
(2)	stating that the filing has been made in each of the provinces of 
Canada or each of the provinces and territories of Canada, or
(3)	identifying the filing jurisdictions of Canada by exception (i.e. 
every province of Canada or every province and territory of Canada, 
except [excluded jurisdictions])..
11.	Form 81-101F3 Contents of Fund Facts Document is amended
(a)	by replacing subsection (8) of the General Instructions with the 
following:
(8)	Except as permitted by subsection (8.1), a fund facts document 
must contain only the information that is specifically mandated or 
permitted by this Form. In addition, each Item must be presented 
in the order and under the heading or sub-heading stipulated in 
this Form.
(8.1) 	A fund facts document may contain a brief explanation of a 
material change or a proposed fundamental change. The 
disclosure may be included in a textbox before Item 2 of Part I or 
in the most relevant section of the fund facts document. If 
necessary, the mutual fund may provide a cross-reference to a 
more detailed explanation at the end of the fund facts document.; 
(b)	by replacing "section 5.4" with "Part 5" in subsections (15) and (16) of 
the General Instructions;
(c)	by replacing the last sentence of subsection (16) of the General 
Instructions with the following:
Each fund facts document must start on a new page, and may not share 
a page with another fund facts document.;
(d)	by replacing paragraph (c) of Item 1 of Part I with the following: 
(c)	the name of the mutual fund to which the fund facts document 
pertains;
(c.1)	if the mutual fund has more than one class or series of securities, 
the name of the class or series described in the fund facts 
document;;
(e)	by deleting "and" in paragraph (d) of Item 1 of Part I;
(f)	by replacing paragraph (e) of Item 1 of Part I with the following:
(e)	a brief introduction to the document using wording substantially 
similar to the following:
This document contains key information you should know about 
[insert name of the mutual fund]. You can find more details in the 
fund's simplified prospectus. Ask your  representative for a copy, 
contact [insert name of the manager of the mutual fund] at [insert 
if applicable the toll-free number and email address of the 
manager of the mutual fund] or visit [insert the website of the 
mutual fund, the mutual fund's family or the manager of the 
mutual fund] [as applicable]; and
(f)	state in bold type using wording substantially similar to the 
following:
Before you invest in any fund, consider how the fund would work 
with your other investments and your tolerance for risk.; 
(g)	by replacing the table in Item 2 of Part I with the following:
Fund code: (see instruction 0.1)
Fund manager: (see instruction 3.1)
Date [class/series] started: (see instruction 1)
Portfolio manager: (see instruction 4)
Total value of the fund on [date]: (see 
instruction 2)
Distributions: (see instruction 5)
Management expense ratio (MER): (see 
instruction 3)
Minimum investment: (see instruction 6)
(h)	by adding, immediately before subsection (1), the following to the 
Instructions under Item 2 of Part I: 
(0.1)	At the option of the mutual fund, include all recognized and 
publicly available identification codes for the class or series of 
the mutual fund.;
(i)	by replacing "30 days" with "60 days" in subsection (2) of the 
Instructions under Item 2 of Part I; 
(j)	by adding, immediately after subsection (3), the following to the 
Instructions under Item 2 of Part I: 
(3.1)	Specify the name of the manager of the mutual fund.; 
(k)	by replacing subsection (4) of the Instructions under Item 2 of Part I 
with the following:
(4)	Name the mutual fund's portfolio manager. The mutual fund may 
also name the specific individual(s) responsible for portfolio 
selection and if applicable, the name of the sub-advisor(s).;
(l)	by replacing Item 3(4) of Part I with the following:
(4)	Include under the sub-heading "Top 10 investments [date]", a 
table disclosing the following: 
(a)	the top 10 positions held by the mutual fund, each 
expressed as a percentage of the net asset value of the 
mutual fund; 
(b)	the percentage of net asset value of the mutual fund 
represented by the top 10 positions; and 
(c)	the total number of positions held by the mutual fund.;
(m)	by replacing "30 days" with "60 days" in subsection (4) of the 
Instructions to Item 3 of Part I;
(n)	by replacing "30 days" with "60 days" in subsection (9) of the 
Instructions to Item 3 of Part I;
(o)	by replacing Items 4 and 5 of Part I with the following: 
Item 4:	Risks 
(1)	Under the heading "How risky is it?", state the following: 
The value of the fund can go down as well as up. You could lose 
money.
One way to gauge risk is to look at how much a fund's returns 
change over time. This is called "volatility".
In general, funds with higher volatility will have returns that 
change more over time. They typically have a greater chance of 
losing money and may have a greater chance of higher returns. 
Funds with lower volatility tend to have returns that change less 
over time. They typically have lower returns and may have a  
lower chance of losing money. 
(2)	Under the sub-heading "Risk rating",
(a)	using the investment risk classification methodology 
adopted by the manager of the mutual fund, identify the 
mutual fund's investment risk level on the following risk 
scale:
Low
Low to medium
Medium
Medium to high
High
(b)	unless the mutual fund is a newly established mutual fund, 
include an introduction to the risk scale which states the 
following:
[Insert name of manager of the mutual fund] has rated the 
volatility of this fund as [insert investment risk level 
identified in paragraph (a) in bold type].
This rating is based on how much the fund's returns have 
changed from year to year. It doesn't tell you how volatile 
the fund will be in the future. The rating can change over 
time. A fund with a low risk rating can still lose money.
(c)	for a newly established mutual fund, include an 
introduction to the risk scale which states the following:
[Insert name of manager of the mutual fund] has rated the 
volatility of this fund as [insert investment risk level 
identified in paragraph (a) in bold type].
Because this is a new fund, the risk rating is only an 
estimate by [insert name of manager of the mutual fund].  
Generally, the rating is based on how much the fund's 
returns have changed from year to year. It doesn't tell you 
how volatile the fund will be in the future. The rating can 
change over time. A fund with a low risk rating can still 
lose money.
(d)	following the risk scale, state using wording substantially 
similar to the following: 
For more information about the risk rating and specific 
risks that can affect the fund's returns, see the [insert cross-
reference to the appropriate section of the mutual fund's 
simplified prospectus] section of the fund's simplified 
prospectus.
(3)	Under the sub-heading "No guarantees", state using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
Like most mutual funds, this fund doesn't have any guarantees. 
You may not get back the amount of money you invest.


INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Based upon the investment risk classification methodology adopted 
by the manager of the mutual fund, identify where the mutual fund fits on 
the continuum of investment risk levels by showing the full investment 
risk scale set out in Item 4(2)(a) and highlighting the applicable 
category on the scale. Consideration should be given to ensure that the 
highlighted investment risk rating is easily identifiable.
Item 5:	Past Performance
(1)	Under the heading "How has the fund performed?", include an 
introduction using wording substantially similar to the following:
This section tells you how [name of class/series of securities 
described in the fund facts document] [units/shares] of the fund 
have performed over the past [insert number of calendar years 
shown in the bar chart required under paragraph (2)(a)] years. 
Returns are after expenses have been deducted. These expenses 
reduce the fund's returns.
(2)	Under the sub-heading "Year-by-year returns",
(a)	provide a bar chart that shows the annual total return of the 
mutual fund, in chronological order with the most recent 
year on the right of the bar chart, for the lesser of
(i)	each of the 10 most recently completed calendar 
years, and 
(ii)	each of the completed calendar years in which the 
mutual fund has been in existence and which the 
mutual fund was a reporting issuer; and
(b)	include an introduction to the bar chart using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
This chart shows how [name of class/series of securities 
described in the fund facts document] [units/shares] of the 
fund performed in each of the past [insert number of 
calendar years shown in the bar chart required under 
paragraph (a)]. The fund dropped in value in [for the 
particular years shown in the bar chart required under 
paragraph (a), insert the number of years in which the value 
of the mutual fund dropped] of the [insert number of 
calendar years shown in the bar chart required in paragraph 
(a)] years. The range of returns and change from year to 
year can help you assess how risky the fund has been in the 
past. It does not tell you how the fund will perform in the 
future.
(3)	Under the sub-heading "Best and worst 3-month returns", 
(a)	provide information for the period covered in the bar chart 
required under paragraph (2)(a) in the form of the 
following table:

Return
3 months ending
If you invested $1,000 at the 
beginning of the period
Best return
(see instruction 8)
(see instruction 10)
Your investment would 
[rise/drop] to (see instruction 
12).
Worst return
(see instruction 9)
(see instruction 11)
Your investment would 
[rise/drop] to (see instruction 
13).
(b)	include an introduction to the table using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
This table shows the best and worst returns for the [name 
of class/series of securities described in the fund facts 
document] [units/shares] of the fund in a 3-month period 
over the past [insert number of calendar years shown in the 
bar chart required under paragraph (2)(a)]. The best and 
worst 3-month returns could be higher or lower in the 
future.  Consider how much of a loss you could afford to 
take in a short period of time.
(4)	Under the sub-heading "Average return", show the following:
(a)	the final value of a hypothetical $1000 investment in the 
mutual fund as at the end of the period that ends within 60 
days before the date of the fund facts document and 
consists of the lesser of 
(i)	10 years, or
(ii)	the time since inception of the mutual fund; 
(b)	the annual compounded rate of return that equates the 
hypothetical $1000 investment to the final value.
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	In responding to the requirements of this Item, a mutual fund must 
comply with the relevant sections of Part 15 of National Instrument 81-
102 Mutual Funds as if those sections applied to a fund facts document.
(2)	Use a linear scale for each axis of the bar chart required by this 
Item.
(3)	The x-axis and y-axis for the bar chart required by this Item must 
intersect at zero. 
(4)	A mutual fund that distributes different classes or series of 
securities that are referable to the same portfolio of assets must show 
performance data related only to the specific class or series of securities 
being described in the fund facts document.
(5)	If the information required to be disclosed under this Item is not 
reasonably available, include the required sub-headings and provide a 
brief statement explaining why the required information is not available. 
Information relating to year-by-year returns in the bar chart will 
generally not be available for a mutual fund that has been distributing 
securities under a simplified prospectus for less than one calendar year. 
Information under "Best and worst 3-month returns" and "Average 
return" will generally not be available for a mutual fund that has been 
distributing securities under a simplified prospectus for less than 12 
consecutive months.
(6)	The dollar amounts shown under this Item may be rounded up to 
the nearest dollar.
(7)	The percentage amounts shown under this Item may be rounded 
to one decimal place.
(8)	Show the best rolling 3-month return as at the end of the period 
that ends within 60 days before the date of the fund facts document.
(9)	Show the worst rolling 3-month return as at the end of the period 
that ends within 60 days before the date of the fund facts document.
(10)	Insert the end date for the best 3-month return period.
(11)	Insert the end date for the worst 3-month return period.
(12)	Insert the final value that would equate with a hypothetical $1000 
investment for the best 3-month return period shown in the table.
(13)	Insert the final value that would equate with a hypothetical $1000 
investment for the worst 3-month return period shown in the table.;
(p)	by repealing Item 6 of Part I;
(q)	by repealing Item 7(2) of Part I; 
(r)	by replacing Item 1.1 of Part II with the following:
1.1	Introduction
Under the heading "How much does it cost?", state the following: 
The following tables show the fees and expenses you could pay to buy, 
own and sell [name of the class/series of securities described in the fund 
facts document] [units/shares] of the fund. The fees and expenses - 
including any commissions - can vary among [classes/series] of a fund 
and among funds. Higher commissions can influence representatives to 
recommend one investment over another. Ask about other funds and 
investments that may be suitable for you at a lower cost.; 
(s)	by replacing Item 1.3(2) of Part II with the following:
(2)	Unless the mutual fund has not yet filed a management report of 
fund performance, provide information about the expenses of the 
mutual fund in the form of the following table:

Annual rate (as a % of the fund's value)
Management expense ratio (MER)
This is the total of the fund's management  
fee (including the trailing commission) and 
operating expenses. (see instruction 1) 
(see instruction 2)
Trading expense ratio (TER)
These are the fund's trading costs.
(see instruction 3)
Fund expenses
(see instruction 4)
(t)	by replacing Item 1.3(4) of Part II with the following:
(4)	For a mutual fund that has not yet filed a management report of 
fund performance, state the following:
The fund's expenses are made up of the management fee, 
operating expenses and trading costs. The [class'/series'] annual 
management fee is [see instruction 7]% of the [class'/series'] 
value. Because this [class/series] is new, operating expenses and 
trading costs are not yet available.;
(u)	in Item 1.3(5) in Part II by replacing "where" with "in which";
(v)	by replacing Items 1.3(6) and (7) of Part II with the following:
(6)	Under the sub-heading "More about the trailing commission", 
state whether the manager of the mutual fund or another member 
of the mutual fund's organization pays trailing commissions.  If 
trailing commissions are paid, include a description using 
wording substantially similar to the following:
The trailing commission is an ongoing commission. It is paid for 
as long as you own the fund. It is for the services and advice that 
your representative and their firm provide to you. 
[Insert name of fund manager] pays the trailing commission to 
your representative's firm. It is paid from the fund's management 
fee and is based on the value of your investment. The rate 
depends on the sales charge option you choose.
(7)	If applicable, disclose the range of the rates of the trailing 
commission for each sales charge option disclosed under Item 
1.2.;
(w)	by adding the following to the Instructions under Item 1.3 of Part II: 
(2.1)	If applicable, include a reference to any fixed administration fees 
in the management expense ratio description required in the table 
under Item 1.3(2).;
(x)	by adding the following to the Instructions under Item 1.3 of Part II:
(7.1) 	For a mutual fund that is required to include the disclosure under 
subsection (4), in the description of the items that make up fund 
fees, include a reference to any fixed administrative fees, if 
applicable. Also disclose the amount of the fixed administration 
fee in the same manner as required for the management fee. The 
percentage disclosed for the fixed administration fee must 
correspond to the percentage shown in the fee table in the 
simplified prospectus.;
(y)	by replacing subsection (8) of the Instructions under Item 1.3 of Part 
II with the following:
(8)	In disclosing the range of rates of trailing commissions for each 
sales charge option, show both the percentage amount and the 
equivalent dollar amount for each $1000 investment.;
(z)	by replacing Item 1.4(1) of Part II with the following:
(1)	Under the sub-heading "Other fees", provide an introduction 
using wording substantially similar to the following: 
You may have to pay other fees when you buy, hold, sell or 
switch [units/shares] of the fund.;
(aa)	by adding "buy, hold," before "sell or switch" to Item 1.4(2) of Part II; 
(bb)	by replacing subsections (1) and (2) to the Instructions under Item 1.4 
of Part II with the following: 
(1)	Under this Item, it is necessary to include only those fees that 
apply to the particular class or series of securities of the mutual 
fund. Examples include management fees and administration fees 
payable directly by investors, short-term trading fees, switch fees 
and change fees. This also includes any requirement for an 
investor to participate in a fee-based arrangement with their 
dealer in order to be eligible to purchase the particular class or 
series of securities of the mutual fund.  If there are no other fees 
associated with buying, holding, selling or switching units or 
shares of the mutual fund, replace the table with a statement to 
that effect.
(2)	Provide a brief description of each fee disclosing the amount to 
be paid as a percentage (or, if applicable, a fixed dollar amount) 
and state who charges the fee. If the amount of the fee varies so 
that specific disclosure of the amount of the fee cannot be 
disclosed include, where possible, the highest possible rate or 
range for that fee.;
(cc)	by replacing Item 2 in Part II with the following:
Item 2:	Statement of Rights 
Under the heading "What if I change my mind?", state using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
Under securities law in some provinces and territories, you have the 
right to: 
*	withdraw from an agreement to buy mutual funds within two 
business days after you receive a simplified prospectus or Fund 
Facts document, or
*	cancel your purchase within 48 hours after you receive 
confirmation of the purchase.
In some provinces and territories, you also have the right to cancel a 
purchase, or in some jurisdictions, claim damages, if the simplified 
prospectus, annual information form, Fund Facts document or financial 
statements contain a misrepresentation. You must act within the time 
limit set by the securities law in your province or territory.
For more information, see the securities law of your province or territory 
or ask a lawyer.; 
(dd)	by replacing Item 3(1) of Part II with the following:
(1)	Under the heading "For more information", state using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
Contact [insert name of the manager of the mutual fund] or your 
representative for a copy of the fund's simplified prospectus and 
other disclosure documents. These documents and the Fund Facts 
make up the fund's legal documents.; and
(ee)	by adding the following after Item 3(2) of Part II: 
(3)	State using wording substantially similar to the following:
To learn more about investing in mutual funds, see the brochure 
Understanding mutual funds, which is available on the website 
of the Canadian Securities Administrators at www.securities-
administrators.ca..
12.	Expiration of exemptions and waivers
Any exemption from or waiver of a provision of National Instrument 81-101 
Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure in relation to the prospectus delivery 
requirements for mutual funds, or an approval in relation to those requirements, 
expires on the date that this Instrument comes into force.
13.	Transition
(1)	A mutual fund must, on or before May 13, 2014, file a completed Form 
81-101F3 Contents of Fund Facts Document for each class or series of 
securities of the mutual fund that, on that date, are the subject of 
disclosure under a simplified prospectus.
(2)	The date of a fund facts document filed under subsection (1) must be the 
date on which it was filed.
14.	Effective date
(1)	Subject to subsection (2), this Instrument comes into force on September 
1, 2013.
(2)	The provisions of this Instrument listed in column 1 of the following 
table come into force on the date set out in column 2 of the table:
Column 1
Provision of this Instrument
Column 2
Date
11
January 13, 2014
3
June 13, 2014

Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-102  
MUTUAL FUNDS 
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on May 15, 2013 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds
1.	National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Subparagraph 5.6(1)(f)(ii) is replaced with the following:
(ii)	the most recently filed fund facts document for the mutual fund into which 
the mutual fund will be reorganized, and.
3.	This Instrument comes into force on September 1, 2013.
Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Effective July 1, 2013, Chartis Insurance Company of Canada changed their name to 
AIG Insurance Company of Canada.
Mark Prefontaine 
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 S & S 
Woodcraft Inc. on July 11, 2013.
Dated at St. Paul, Alberta on August 19, 2013.
Trevor R. Lee, Barrister & Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Cypress County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Cypress County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
Dunmore, Alberta, on Thursday, October 17, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Pt. of 
Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Area
C of T
SE
4
10
2
4
1.88
A65

Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
3
7
7697EA
041 182 917
1
1
0010478
001 230 708
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.
Cypress County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land 
that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft, Certified Cheque
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Dunmore, Alberta, August 15, 2013.
Doug Henderson, Designated Officer.
______________
County of Warner No. 5
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of Warner No. 5 will offer for sale, by public auction, at the 
Administration Office, Warner, Alberta, on Thursday, October 31, 2013, at 9:00 a.m., 
the following land:
Lots
Block
Plan
21 and 22
1
7677AQ (SW 36-6-17-4)
The parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The County of Warner No. 5 may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the date of the sale.
Dated at Warner, Alberta, August 19, 2013.
Shawn Hathaway, County Administrator.
Town of Stettler
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Stettler will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town of Stettler 
Municipal Office, 5031 - 50 Street, Stettler, Alberta, on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, 
at 1:00 p.m., the following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
C
26
5299HW
092340341
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and Town of Stettler 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of 
services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the 
subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Town.  No further information is available at the auction 
regarding the lands to be sold.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque
The Town of Stettler 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 Stettler, Alberta, August 31, 2013.
Greg Switenky, Assistant Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Onoway
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Onoway will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town of Onoway 
Council Chambers (4812 - 51 St.), Onoway, Alberta, on Wednesday, October 23, 
2013, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Title
14
3
3176HW
012242672
14
W
7720103
932127248
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 lands with or without improvements are being offered for sale on an "as is, where 
is" basis, and the Town of Onoway 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 ability to develop the subject land for any intended use by the 
Purchaser.  No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions 
precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions will be considered other 
than those specified by the Town of Onoway.
Terms: 10% down, balance within 15 days.  Cash or certified cheque.
The Town of Onoway 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 Onoway, Alberta, August 15, 2013.
Wendy Wildman, CAO.
______________
Village of Empress
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Empress will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, #6, 
3rd Avenue, Empress, Alberta, on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Plan
Block
Lot
Lot
C of T
5043AV
12
24

081232633+1
5043AV
12
25

081232663
5043AV
30
28
29
831198713
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to the approval of the Village of Empress 
and subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in the 
existing Certificate of Title.
Reserving thereout all mines and minerals.
Terms and conditions of sale will be announced at the sale, or may be obtained from 
the undersigned.
The Village of Empress may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Empress, Alberta, August 14, 2013.
Debbie Ross, CAO, Village of Empress.







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