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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 111	Edmonton, Wednesday, April 15, 2015	No. 07
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
Kim Armstrong Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 57 of the Estate Administration Act provides that that Act comes 
into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS section 13(16) of the Justice Statutes Amendment Act, 2014 provides 
that section 13(2), (9) and (13) of that Act come into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Estate Administration Act and section 
13(2) and (9) of the Justice Statutes Amendment Act, 2014 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 Acts 
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 Estate 
Administration Act and section 13(2) and (9) of the Justice Statutes Amendment Act, 
2014 in force on June 1, 2015.
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, this 19th day of March in 
the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Fifteen and in the Sixty-fourth Year of Our 
Reign.
BY COMMAND	Jonathan Denis, Provincial Secretary.
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Part-time Master in Chambers
(Court of Queen's Bench Act)
March 27, 2015 
James Robert Farrington
Reappointment of Part-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
February 28, 2015 
Smith, Michael Scott Dunedin of Edmonton
Reappointment of Full-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
March 31, 2015 
Ackroyd, Darryl Rae of Edmonton
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 076/2015
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Catherine A. Fraser 
Administrator.	March 6, 2015
The Lieutenant Governor in Council changes the name of the "Municipal District 
of Big Lakes" to "Big Lakes County".
Jim Prentice, Chair.


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Culture and Tourism
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2286
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism intends to make 
an Order that the site known as the: 
All Saints Anglican Church, together with the land legally described as:
All that portion of the South West Quarter of Section fourteen (14) Township eighty 
three (83) Range thirteen (13) west of the sixth meridian described as follows:  
commencing at the south east corner of the said quarter section, thence westerly along 
the south boundary thereof seventy (70) yards thence northerly and parallel with the 
east boundary of the said quarter section seventy (70) yards thence easterly and 
parallel with the said south boundary seventy (70) yards to a point on the said east 
boundary thence southerly along the said east boundary seventy (70) yards to the 
point of commencement.  Containing 0.409 Hectares (1.01 acres) more or less.  
Excepting thereout: 
Acres
Plan
Number
0.08
Road
5286 L.Z.

Excepting Thereout All Mines and Minerals and the right to work the same as set 
forth in Notification No. 13412
and municipally located in Clear Hills County, Alberta
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The heritage value of the All Saints 
Anglican Church in Cherry Point lies in its architectural significance as an excellent 
example of an improved log church, a once common but increasingly rare type of 
resource.
Most early structures built by newly-arriving settlers were simple buildings 
constructed of materials found in the immediate area. Log construction was common 
in many settlers' cultures and logs, where available, were ideal as they offered 
substantial structural support and protection from the elements and were relatively 
easy to work with. While it was acceptable to use log barns and outbuildings for the 
long term, it was generally not as desirable to use them as long term homes or places 
of worship; these buildings tended to be either replaced or significantly upgraded over 
time. Many early log churches in Alberta were improved through the addition of 
modern building materials, such as milled lumber, giving them a veneer of refinement 
and sophistication. Ultimately, most of these improved log structures were replaced, 
but a few such churches are still extant, of which All Saints is an excellent example. 
All Saints Anglican Church was constructed in the mid- to late-1930s; the first 
services were held in 1937 and the church was dedicated in 1938. As with many 
small, rural Alberta, Anglican churches, the construction of All Saints was funded by 
donations raised in Great Britain. Most of the work was done by its congregants and a 
carpenter from Grande Prairie was hired for the finishing work. The exterior walls are 
constructed of locally harvested pine logs, which were stripped and squared by a local 
mill and laid with butt joint corners. Unlike many rural churches, which received 
upgrades and refinements, such as wood siding and other wall treatments over a 
period of years or decades, All Saints received these upgrades almost immediately. 
The interior was clad in gypsum board at the time of construction and the exterior 
wood siding was installed by 1941. 
Reflecting its rural setting, All Saints is a simple gable-roofed log structure with 
exposed eaves. The exterior log walls are clad with clapboard siding with shingles 
covering the gable ends and the belfry. The largest part of the church is the ten metre 
by seven metre nave, which, in accordance with Christian traditions and Anglican 
guidelines, is oriented on an east-west axis, with the chancel and altar at the eastern 
end. Three gothic-arched windows line the nave's north and south sides. Projecting 
from the rear (east) side is a chancel with a single gothic-arched window on the north 
and south sides. A slightly smaller enclosed porch projects from the nave's front 
(west) side. A central, narrow belfry with louvered ventilation openings and a tall, 
pyramidal steeple with a Celtic cross are located at the western edge of the nave's 
roof. 
The interior of the church is also fairly simple in design, being clad mainly in white-
painted gypsum board. Despite the modern wall-cladding, the darkly varnished 
wooden window frames, door frames, five-paneled double doors and tongue-and-
groove wainscoting and ceiling lend an air of rustic sophistication. The chancel is 
arranged according to traditional Anglican patterns with a series of one-step risers 
demarcating the nave, chancel, sanctuary and altar areas. Altar rails separate the 
sanctuary from the rest of the church. A lectern is positioned north of the nave's 
central aisle and a reading desk is placed to the south. Most of the furnishings, such as 
the bench pews, altar rails, lectern and reading desk, are simple in their construction 
and are all likely hand-crafted by previous generations of congregants. The All Saints 
Anglican Church in Cherry Point is an excellent representation of the log structures 
often built by rural communities to provide for their religious needs.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 30th day of March, A.D. 2015.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
File: Des. 1424
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism intends to make 
an Order that the site known as: 
Annandale, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 206 B 
Lot 16 to 20 
Excepting Thereout All Mines and Minerals
and municipally located in the City of Lethbridge, Alberta 
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The house known as Annandale in 
Lethbridge has heritage value as it speaks to the developing state of architecture in 
Alberta during the early years of the 20th century, particularly the adoption of more 
sophisticated styles and design preferences amongst the upper middle-class and 
professional ranks of society.
Annandale was built for and named by Lewis Martin Johnson in 1909. A promising, 
young, Lethbridge-based lawyer, Johnson had the house built near other large homes 
owned by similarly placed professionals. The house features architectural and 
ornamental elements characteristic of a number of different styles. Annandale's 
generally rectangular footprint; hipped roof; centrally-located dormer windows; wide 
eaves and covered, off-centre porch are reminiscent of a basic, if larger than typical, 
American Foursquare style home, which was popular throughout western Canada 
during the period. However, it is in the detailing and ornamentation of the home 
where the eclectic nature of the building comes out. The massing of the building, 
rooflines, and the location of the dormers speak to classical revival styles, while the 
wide-flared eaves and the rounded arches on the recessed corner entry express an 
Italianate or Romanesque Revival pedigree. Some stylistic elements of the Arts and 
Crafts movement are also incorporated, notably the use of both wood siding and wood 
shingles as exterior cladding, flared eaves and roofline, exposed rafter ends and 
brackets, tapered dormer windows, a two-story bay window, and the decorative, 
upper window panes and transoms. Altogether, Annandale can be best described as 
being of the Queen Anne Style. This style, popular in North America around the turn-
of-the-century, was created by borrowing elements from other architectural styles to 
create picturesque, complex and usually ornate residential buildings. Although 
Annandale does not possess the same obvious characteristics of more classically-
appearing Queen Anne homes, such as Lethbridge's E. B. Hill Residence, Calgary's 
Nimmons Residence or the Cronquist House in Red Deer, the combination of the 
design and decorative elements, coupled with the monumental brick chimneys and the 
overall high level of craftsmanship throughout, place it almost by default in the Queen 
Anne category.
Annandale's eclectic mixture of styles is indicative of the fluid nature of residential 
architecture in Alberta in the early 1900s, particularly regarding the design of larger 
homes. Around the turn of the century in Alberta, the relatively simple and often 
rustic appearing houses of the previous decades were falling out of favour and 
community leaders, or people desiring to be seen as community leaders, wanted larger 
and more ornate homes to communicate their professional and social standing. 
Lacking exposure to or training in specific types of architecture, home owners, 
designers and builders often adopted aspects of a variety of architectural and design 
styles popular in other parts of North America. They combined elements of these 
styles to create eclectic appearing homes, such as Annandale, that cannot be 
definitively described as belonging to a particular style or genre.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 9th day of March, A.D. 2015.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
_______________
File: Des. 2354
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism intends to make 
an Order that the site known as the: 
McDougall United Church, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 9825826 
Block F 
Excepting Thereout All Mines and Minerals
and municipally located in the City of Edmonton, Alberta 
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The McDougall United Church 
possesses heritage value for its role in Alberta's early settlement religious life, its 
restrained classical architecture, and its identity as a landmark cultural facility. 
McDougall United Church represents one of the oldest religious institutions in 
Alberta. The original church at the site was a modest structure constructed of logs in 
1873 by famed Methodist missionary Reverend George McDougall. A second wood-
frame church was erected in 1892 to accommodate growth in the congregation. 
During the pre-World War One settlement boom in Alberta, Edmonton's population 
swelled and a much larger place of worship was needed. The current church was 
opened in November 1910.  At the time of construction, it was one of the largest in 
western Canada, with room for more than 2,000 to worship. In 1925 the McDougall 
Methodist Church became known as the McDougall United Church when Methodists, 
Congregationalists and Presbyterians joined to form the United Church of Canada. 
One of the earliest churches established in Alberta and in active use since, the 
McDougall United Church has long been an essential part of the province's religious 
and social history.  
Designed by prominent architect H.A. Magoon, McDougall United Church embodies 
both the aspirations of a booming, pre-World War One Edmonton and the emphasis in 
church architecture on stately, dignified design.  The grand scale and fine 
craftsmanship on the interior and exterior express the optimism and enthusiasm of the 
period, while the twin towered main fa‡ade, stained glass windows and brick pilasters 
are indicative of the influence of classical architecture on the church's elegant form.  
Over the course of its history, the McDougall United Church has served not only as a 
place for religious worship, but also as an important social and cultural centre. The 
facility has hosted a number of significant events, including political debates and 
rallies for social justice. It is also well-known for its superb acoustics and represents 
one of the city's premier concert halls.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 2nd day of April, A.D. 2015.
Matthew Wangler, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
Energy
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending September 30, 2014
Function: Energy Development near or in Urban Areas (EDUA) Round Table 
Sessions 
Purpose: The Government of Alberta hosted roundtable sessions to discuss energy 
development in or near urban areas; stakeholders were invited to participate in these 
roundtables. 
Amount: $2,795.40 
Date: June 23-24, 2014 
Location: Lethbridge, AB, and Calgary, AB.
Function: Congressional Delegation 
Purpose: The Government of Alberta hosted a group of US congressional 
delegates/key US partners on discussions on Canadian-US Energy collaborations. 
Amount: $2,211.00 
Date: August 12, 2014 
Location: Edmonton, AB.
Function: Inter-governmental Tenure Committee Meeting (IGTC) 
Purpose: The IGTC meeting brings together Tenure experts from other provinces, 
territories and the federal government to discuss issues and concerns and to exchange 
information on practices in their areas of jurisdiction. 
Amount: $2,112.42 
Date: September 21, 2014 
Location: Jasper, AB
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 - Harmattan East 
Cardium Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on November 1, 2014.


 


 


 


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 - Viking-Kinsella Sparky 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on December 1, 2014.


 


 


 


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 - Wilson Creek 
Glauconitic Agreement No. 3" and that the Unit became effective on September 1, 
2014.


 


 


 


Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  Clay Wegener and Lorna Lee as Joint Tenants as to an 
Undivided 1/2 Interest and Richard Lloyd Casson & Jeanene Marie Casson as Joint 
Tenants as to an Undivided 1/2 Interest 
Consideration:  $1.00 plus Land Exchange on the following Lands:  Plan 1411011, 
Area B containing 0.239 Hectares (0.59 Acres) more or less.  Excepting thereout all 
mines and minerals 
Land Description:  Plan 1411011, Area "A" containing 0.224 Hectares (0.55 Acres) 
more or less.  Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
JDK Oil and Gas Contracting, Accreditation No. A000880, Order No. 2939
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations 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.
Accredited Date: March 17, 2015	Issued Date: March 17, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 25-101 
DESIGNATED RATING ORGANIZATIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 11, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 25-101 DESIGNATED RATING ORGANIZATIONS
1.	National Instrument 25-101 Designated Rating Organizations is amended by 
this Instrument.
2.	Section 1 is amended,
(a)	in the definition of "related entity", by striking out "securitized 
product" and substituting "structured finance product", in both 
instances, and
(b)	by striking out the defined term "securitized product" and substituting 
"structured finance product".
3.	The following provisions of Appendix A are amended by striking out 
"securitized product" and substituting "structured finance product":
(a)	section 2.9, in both instances;
(b)	section 2.19;
(c)	section 2.22, in both instances.
4.	Appendix A is amended in section 4.5 by striking out "securitized product" 
and substituting "structured finance product" and by, 
(a)	in paragraph (a), striking out "securitized product" and substituting 
"structured finance product", and
(b)	in paragraph (b), striking out "securitized products" and substituting 
"structured finance products".
5.	Appendix A is amended in sections 4.7 and 4.9 by striking out "securitized 
products" and substituting "structured finance products".
6.	This Instrument comes into force on May 5, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-106  
PROSPECTUS AND REGISTRATION EXEMPTIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 11, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions
1.	National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	The title of the Instrument is amended by replacing "Prospectus and 
Registration Exemptions" with "Prospectus Exemptions".
3.	The definition of "accredited investor" in Section 1.1 is amended
(a)	by replacing paragraphs (a) to (i) with the following:
(a)	except in Ontario, a Canadian financial institution, or a Schedule 
III bank,
(b)	except in Ontario, the Business Development Bank of Canada 
incorporated under the Business Development Bank of Canada 
Act (Canada),
(c)	except in Ontario, a subsidiary of any person referred to in 
paragraphs (a) or (b), if the person owns all of the voting 
securities of the subsidiary, except the voting securities required 
by law to be owned by directors of that subsidiary,
(d)	except in Ontario, a person registered under the securities 
legislation of a jurisdiction of Canada as an adviser or dealer, 
(e)	an individual registered under the securities legislation of a 
jurisdiction of Canada as a representative of a person referred to 
in paragraph (d),
(e.1)	an individual formerly registered under the securities legislation 
of a jurisdiction of Canada, other than an individual formerly 
registered solely as a representative of a limited market dealer 
under one or both of the Securities Act (Ontario) or the Securities 
Act (Newfoundland and Labrador),
(f)	except in Ontario, the Government of Canada or a jurisdiction of 
Canada, or any crown corporation, agency or wholly owned entity 
of the Government of Canada or a jurisdiction of Canada, 
(g)	except in Ontario, a municipality, public board or commission in 
Canada and a metropolitan community, school board, the Comit‚ 
de gestion de la taxe scolaire de l'Œle de Montr‚al or an 
intermunicipal management board in Qu‚bec,
(h)	except in Ontario, any national, federal, state, provincial, 
territorial or municipal government of or in any foreign 
jurisdiction, or any agency of that government,
(i)	except in Ontario, a pension fund that is regulated by the Office of 
the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (Canada), a pension 
commission or similar regulatory authority of a jurisdiction of 
Canada,,
(b)	in paragraph (j), by replacing "that before taxes," with "that, before 
taxes",  
(c)	by adding the following paragraph:
(j.1)	an individual who beneficially owns financial assets having an 
aggregate realizable value that, before taxes but net of any related 
liabilities, exceeds $5 000 000,,
(d)	by replacing paragraph (q) with the following:
(q)	a person acting on behalf of a fully managed account managed by 
that person, if that person is registered or authorized to carry on 
business as an adviser or the equivalent under the securities 
legislation of a jurisdiction of Canada or a foreign jurisdiction,, 
and
(e)	by deleting "or" at the end of paragraph (u), by adding "or" at the end of 
paragraph (v) and by adding the following paragraph:
(w)	a trust established by an accredited investor for the benefit of the 
accredited investor's family members of which a majority of the 
trustees are accredited investors and all of the beneficiaries are the 
accredited investor's spouse, a former spouse of the accredited 
investor or a parent, grandparent, brother, sister, child or 
grandchild of that accredited investor, of that accredited investor's 
spouse or of that accredited investor's former spouse;.
4.	Section 1.5 is amended
(a)	in subsection (1), by deleting "from the dealer registration requirement, 
or from the prospectus requirement,", and
(b)	by repealing subsection (2).
5.	Subsection 2.2(5) is amended by replacing "Subject to section 8.3.1, if" with 
"If".
6.	Section 2.3 is amended
(a)	by adding the following subsection:
(0.1) 	In this section, "accredited investor exemption" means 
(a)	in a jurisdiction other than Ontario, the prospectus 
exemption under subsection (1), and 
(b)	in Ontario, the prospectus exemption under subsection 
73.3(2) of the Securities Act (Ontario).,
(b)	in each of subsections (2) and (4), by replacing "this section" with "the 
accredited investor exemption", 
(c)	in subsection (5), by replacing "This section" with "The accredited 
investor exemption", and
(d)	by adding the following subsections:
(6)	The accredited investor exemption does not apply to a distribution 
of a security to an individual described in paragraphs (j), (k) or (l) 
of the definition of "accredited investor" in section 1.1 
[Definitions] unless the person distributing the security obtains 
from the individual a signed risk acknowledgement in the 
required form at the same time or before that individual signs the 
agreement to purchase the security.
(7)	A person relying on the accredited investor exemption to 
distribute a security to an individual described in paragraphs (j), 
(k) or (l) of the definition of "accredited investor" in section 1.1 
[Definitions] must retain the signed risk acknowledgement 
required in subsection (6) of this section for 8 years after the 
distribution.
(8)	Subsection (1) does not apply in Ontario..
7.	Section 2.4 is amended 
(a)	by inserting the following subsection:
(2.1)	The following persons are prescribed for purposes of subsection 
73.4(2) of the Securities Act (Ontario): 
(a)	a director, officer, employee, founder or control person of 
the issuer,
(b)	a director, officer or employee of an affiliate of the issuer,
(c)	a spouse, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, child or 
grandchild of a director, executive officer, founder or 
control person of the issuer,
(d)	a parent, grandparent, brother, sister, child or grandchild of 
the spouse of a director, executive officer, founder or 
control person of the issuer,
(e)	a close personal friend of a director, executive officer, 
founder or control person of the issuer,
(f)	a close business associate of a director, executive officer, 
founder or control person of the issuer,
(g)	a spouse, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, child or 
grandchild of the selling security holder or of the selling 
security holder's spouse,
(h)	a security holder of the issuer,
(i)	an accredited investor,
(j)	a person of which a majority of the voting securities are 
beneficially owned by, or a majority of the directors are, 
persons described in paragraphs (a) to (i),
(k)	a trust or estate of which all of the beneficiaries or a 
majority of the trustees or executors are persons described 
in paragraphs (a) to (i), or 
(l)	a person that is not the public.,
(b)	in subsection (3), by adding "or, in Ontario, a distribution under 
subsection 73.4(2) of the Securities Act (Ontario)" after "a distribution 
under subsection (2)", and
(c)	by adding the following subsection:
(5)	Subsection (2) does not apply in Ontario..
8.	Subsection 2.10(1) is replaced with the following:
2.10(1) The prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution of a 
security to a person if all of the following apply:
(a)	that person is not an individual;
(b)	that person purchases as principal;
(c)	the security has an acquisition cost to that person of not less than 
$150 000 paid in cash at the time of the distribution;
(d)	the distribution is of a security of a single issuer..
9.	Section 2.22 is amended by deleting "and in Division 4 of Part 3 of this 
Instrument", after "In this Division".
10.	Part 3 is repealed.
11.	Paragraph 6.1(1)(a) is amended by adding "or, in Ontario, section 73.3 of the 
Securities Act (Ontario) [Accredited investor]" after "section 2.3 [Accredited 
Investor]".
12.	Subsection 6.2(2) is amended by replacing "section 2.10 [Minimum amount] 
or section 2.19 [Additional investment in investment funds]" with "section 2.10 
[Minimum amount investment] or section 2.19 [Additional investment in 
investment funds], or section 73.3 of the Securities Act (Ontario) [Accredited 
investor],".
13.	Subsection 6.4(1) is amended by deleting "or section 3.9".
14.	Section 6.5 is amended
(a)	by adding the following subsection:
(0.1)	The required form of risk acknowledgement under subsection 2.3(6) 
[Accredited investor] is Form 45-106F9., and
(b)	in subsection (2), by replacing "or section 3.6 [Family, friends and 
business associates]" with "[Family, friends and business associates - 
Saskatchewan]".
15.	The title of section 6.6 is replaced with "Use of information in Form 45-106F6 
Schedule I - British Columbia".
16.	Section 8.1.1 is repealed.
17.	Section 8.3.1 is repealed.
18.	Section 8.4 is amended by deleting "or 3.2(5)".
19.	Section 8.5 is repealed.
20.	The title to Appendix A is amended by deleting "and Registration".
21.	The title to Appendix B is amended by deleting "and Registration".
22.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following form after Form 45-
106F6:
Form 45-106F9 
Form for Individual Accredited Investors




SECTION 1 TO BE COMPLETED BY THE ISSUER OR SELLING SECURITY 
HOLDER
1. About your investment
Type of securities: [Instruction: Include a short 
description, e.g., common shares.]
Issuer:
Purchased from: [Instruction: Indicate whether securities are purchased from the issuer or a 
selling security holder.] 

SECTIONS 2 TO 4 TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PURCHASER
2. Risk acknowledgement
This investment is risky. Initial that you understand that:
Your 
initials
Risk of loss - You could lose your entire investment of $___________ . [Instruction: 
Insert the total dollar amount of the investment.]

Liquidity risk - You may not be able to sell your investment quickly - or at all.

Lack of information - You may receive little or no information about your 
investment. 

Lack of advice - You will not receive advice from the salesperson about whether this 
investment is suitable for you unless the salesperson is registered. The salesperson is 
the person who meets with, or provides information to, you about making this 
investment. To check whether the salesperson is registered, go to 
www.aretheyregistered.ca. 

3. Accredited investor status
You must meet at least one of the following criteria to be able to make this investment. 
Initial the statement that applies to you. (You may initial more than one statement.) 
The person identified in section 6 is responsible for ensuring that you meet the 
definition of accredited investor. That person, or the salesperson identified in section 
5, can help you if you have questions about whether you meet these criteria.  
Your 
initials
*	Your net income before taxes was more than $200,000 in each of the 2 most 
recent calendar years, and you expect it to be more than $200,000 in the current 
calendar year. (You can find your net income before taxes on your personal 
income tax return.)

*	Your net income before taxes combined with your spouse's was more than 
$300,000 in each of the 2 most recent calendar years, and you expect your 
combined net income before taxes to be more than $300,000 in the current 
calendar year.

*	Either alone or with your spouse, you own more than $1 million in cash and 
securities, after subtracting any debt related to the cash and securities.

*	Either alone or with your spouse, you have net assets worth more than $5 million. 
(Your net assets are your total assets (including real estate) minus your total debt.)

4. Your name and signature
By signing this form, you confirm that you have read this form and you understand the risks of 
making this investment as identified in this form. 
First and last name (please print):
Signature: 
Date:
SECTION 5 TO BE COMPLETED BY THE SALESPERSON 
5. Salesperson information 
[Instruction: The salesperson is the person who meets with, or provides information to, the 
purchaser with respect to making this investment. That could include a representative of the 
issuer or selling security holder, a registrant or a person who is exempt from the registration 
requirement.]
First and last name of salesperson (please print):
Telephone: 
Email:
Name of firm (if registered):



SECTION 6 TO BE COMPLETED BY THE ISSUER OR SELLING SECURITY 
HOLDER
6. For more information about this investment
For investment in a non-investment fund 
[Insert name of issuer/selling security holder] 
[Insert address of issuer/selling security holder] 
[Insert contact person name, if applicable] 
[Insert telephone number] 
[Insert email address] 
[Insert website address, if applicable]
For investment in an investment fund 
[Insert name of investment fund] 
[Insert name of investment fund manager] 
[Insert address of investment fund manager] 
[Insert telephone number of investment fund manager] 
[Insert email address of investment fund manager] 
[If investment is purchased from a selling security holder, also 
insert name, address, telephone number and email address of selling security holder here]
For more information about prospectus exemptions, contact your local securities regulator. 
You can find contact information at www.securities-administrators.ca.

Form instructions:
1.  This form does not mandate the use of a specific font size or style but the font must 
be legible. 
2.  The information in sections 1, 5 and 6 must be completed before the purchaser 
completes and signs the form. 
3.  The purchaser must sign this form. Each of the purchaser and the issuer or selling 
security holder must receive a copy of this form signed by the purchaser. The 
issuer or selling security holder is required to keep a copy of this form for 8 years 
after the distribution. 
23. Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 5, 2015. In Ontario, 
this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a) May 5, 2015 and
(b) the day on which subsection 12(2) of Schedule 26 of the Budget Measures Act, 
2009 is proclaimed in force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-106  
PROSPECTUS AND REGISTRATION EXEMPTIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 11, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions
1.	National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1 is amended by adding the following definitions:
"asset pool" means a pool of cash-flow generating assets in which an issuer of 
a securitized product has a direct or indirect ownership or security interest;
"asset transaction" means a transaction or series of transactions in which a 
conduit acquires a direct or indirect ownership or security interest in an asset 
pool in connection with issuing a short-term securitized product;
"conduit" means an issuer of a short-term securitized product
(a)	created to conduct one or more asset transactions, and
(b)	in respect of which it is reasonable for the issuer to expect that, in 
the event of a bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding under the 
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada), the Companies 
Creditors' Arrangement Act (Canada) or a proceeding under 
similar legislation in Canada, a jurisdiction of Canada or a foreign 
jurisdiction,
(i)	none of the assets in an asset pool of the issuer in which the 
issuer has an ownership interest will be consolidated with 
the assets of a third party that transferred or participated in 
the transfer of assets to the issuer prior to satisfaction in 
full of all securitized products that are backed in whole or 
in part by the assets transferred by the third party, or 
(ii)	for the assets in an asset pool of the issuer in which the 
issuer has a security interest, the issuer will realize against 
the assets in that asset pool in priority to the claims of other 
persons;
"credit enhancement" means a method used to reduce the credit risk of a 
series or class of securitized product;
"liquidity provider" means a person that is obligated to provide funds to a 
conduit to enable the conduit to pay principal or interest in respect of a 
maturing securitized product; 
"securitized product" means a security that 
(a)	is governed by a trust indenture or similar agreement setting out 
the rights and protections applicable to a holder of the security, 
(b)	provides a holder with a direct or indirect ownership or security 
interest in one or more asset pools, and
(c)	entitles a holder to one or more payments of principal or interest 
primarily obtained from one or more of the following:
(i)	the proceeds from the distribution of securitized products;
(ii)	the cash flows generated by one or more asset pools; 
(iii)	the proceeds obtained on the liquidation of one or more 
assets in one or more asset pools;
"short-term securitized product" means a securitized product that is a 
negotiable promissory note or commercial paper that matures not more than 
one year from the date of issue;. 
3.	Section 2.4 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(4)	Subsection (2) does not apply to a distribution of a short-term securitized 
product.. 
4.	Section 2.5 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply to a distribution of a short-term securitized 
product or, in Ontario, a distribution under subsection 73.4(2) of the Securities 
Act (Ontario).. 
5.	Section 2.6 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply to a distribution of a short-term securitized 
product..
6.	Section 2.7 is replaced with the following:
Founder, control person and family - Ontario
(1)	In Ontario, the prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution to 
a person who purchases the security as principal and is one of the following: 
(a)	a founder of the issuer; 
(b)	an affiliate of a founder of the issuer; 
(c)	a spouse, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, child or grandchild 
of an executive officer, director or founder of the issuer; 
(d)	a person that is a control person of the issuer. 
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply to a distribution of a short-term securitized 
product..
7.	Section 2.9 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(3.1)	Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to a distribution of a short-term 
securitized product..
8.	Section 2.35 is replaced with the following:
Short-term debt
2.35 (1) The prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution of a 
negotiable promissory note or commercial paper if all of the following apply:
(a)	the note or commercial paper matures not more than one year 
from the date of issue;
(b)	the note or commercial paper has a credit rating from a designated 
rating organization, or its DRO affiliate, that is at or above one of 
the following rating categories or that is at or above a rating 
category that replaces one of the following rating categories:
(i)	R-1(low) if issued by DBRS Limited;
(ii)	F1 if issued by Fitch, Inc.;
(iii)	P-1 if issued by Moody's Canada Inc.;
(iv)	A-1(Low) (Canada national scale) if issued by Standard & 
Poor's Ratings Services (Canada);
(c)	the note or commercial paper has no credit rating from a 
designated rating organization, or its DRO affiliate, that is below 
one of the following rating categories or that is below a rating 
category that replaces one of the following rating categories:
(i)	R-1(low) if issued by DBRS Limited;
(ii)	F2 if issued by Fitch, Inc.;
(iii)	P-2 if issued by Moody's Canada Inc.;
(iv)	A-1(Low) (Canada national scale) or A-2 (global scale) if 
issued by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services (Canada).
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply to a distribution of a negotiable 
promissory note or commercial paper if either of the following applies:  
(a)	the note or commercial paper is a securitized product;
(b)	the note or commercial paper is convertible or exchangeable into 
or accompanied by a right to purchase another security other than 
a security described in subsection (1).. 
9.	National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions is 
amended by adding the following sections:
Short-term securitized products
2.35.1 The prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution of a short-
term securitized product if all of the following apply:
(a)	the short-term securitized product is a security described in 
section 2.35.2;
(b)	the conduit issuing the short-term securitized product complies 
with section 2.35.4;
(c)	the short-term securitized product is not convertible or 
exchangeable into or accompanied by a right to purchase another 
security other than a security described in paragraph (a) and for 
which disclosure is provided pursuant to paragraph (b).
Limitations on short-term securitized product exemption
2.35.2 All of the following must apply to a short-term securitized product 
distributed under section 2.35.1:
(a)	the short-term securitized product is of a series or class of 
securitized product to which all of the following apply: 
(i)	it has a credit rating from not less than two designated 
rating organizations, or their respective DRO affiliate, and 
at least one of the credit ratings is at or above one of the 
following rating categories or is at or above a rating 
category that replaces one of the following rating 
categories:
(A)	R-1(high)(sf) if issued by DBRS Limited;
(B)	F1+sf if issued by Fitch, Inc.; 
(C)	P-1(sf) if issued by Moody's Canada Inc.;
(D)	A-1(High)(sf) (Canada national scale) or A-1+(sf) 
(global scale) if issued by Standard & Poor's Ratings 
Services (Canada);
(ii)	it has no credit rating from a designated rating 
organization, or its DRO affiliate, that is below one of the 
following rating categories or that is below a rating 
category that replaces one of the following rating 
categories:
(A)	R-1(low)(sf) if issued by DBRS Limited;
(B)	F2sf if issued by Fitch, Inc.;
(C)	P-2(sf) if issued by Moody's Canada Inc.;
(D)	A-1(Low)(sf) (Canada national scale) or A-2(sf) 
(global scale) if issued by Standard & Poor's Ratings 
Services (Canada);
(iii)	the conduit has entered into one or more agreements that, 
subject to section 2.35.3, obligate one or more liquidity 
providers to provide funds to the conduit to enable the 
conduit to satisfy all of its obligations to pay principal or 
interest as that series or class of short-term securitized 
product matures;
(iv)	all of the following apply to each liquidity provider:
(A)	the liquidity provider is a deposit-taking institution;  
(B)	the liquidity provider is regulated or approved to 
carry on business in Canada by one or both of the 
following:
1.	the Office of the Superintendent of Financial 
Institutions (Canada);
2.	a government department or regulatory 
authority of Canada, or of a jurisdiction of 
Canada responsible for regulating deposit-
taking institutions;
(C)	the liquidity provider has a rating from each of the 
designated rating organizations providing a rating on 
the short-term securitized product under 
subparagraph 2.35.2(a)(i), or their respective DRO 
affiliate, for its senior, unsecured short-term debt, 
none of which is dependent upon a guarantee by a 
third party, and each rating from such designated 
rating organizations, or their respective DRO 
affiliate, is at or above the following rating 
categories or is at or above a rating category that 
replaces one of the following rating categories:
1.	R-1(low) if issued by DBRS Limited; 
2.	F2 if issued by Fitch, Inc.;
3.	P-2 if issued by Moody's Canada Inc.;
4.	A-1(Low) (Canada national scale) or A-2 
(global scale) if issued by Standard & Poor's 
Ratings Services (Canada); 
(b)	if the conduit has issued more than one series or class of short-
term securitized product, the short-term securitized product to be 
distributed under section 2.35.1, when issued, will not in the event 
of bankruptcy, insolvency or winding-up of the conduit be 
subordinate in priority of claim to any other outstanding series or 
class of short-term securitized product issued by the conduit in 
respect of any asset pool backing the short-term securitized 
product to be distributed under section 2.35.1;
(c)	the conduit has provided an undertaking to or has agreed in 
writing with the purchaser of the short-term securitized product or 
an agent, custodian or trustee appointed to act on behalf of 
purchasers of that series or class of short-term securitized product, 
that any asset pool of the conduit will consist only of one or more 
of the following:
(i)	a bond;
(ii)	a mortgage;
(iii)	a lease;
(iv)	a loan;
(v)	a receivable;
(vi)	a royalty;
(vii)	any real or personal property securing or forming part of 
that asset pool.
Exceptions relating to liquidity agreements
2.35.3(1) Despite subparagraph 2.35.2(a)(iii), an agreement with a liquidity 
provider may provide that a liquidity provider is not obligated to 
advance funds in respect of a series or class of short-term securitized 
product distributed under section 2.35.1 if the conduit is subject to any 
of the following: 
(a)	bankruptcy, or insolvency proceedings under the Bankruptcy and 
Insolvency Act (Canada);
(b)	an arrangement under the Companies Creditors' Arrangement Act 
(Canada);
(c)	proceedings similar to those referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) 
under the laws of Canada or a jurisdiction of Canada or a foreign 
jurisdiction.  
(2)	Despite subparagraph 2.35.2(a)(iii), an agreement with a liquidity 
provider may provide that a liquidity provider is not obligated to advance funds 
in respect of a series or class of short-term securitized product distributed under 
section 2.35.1 that exceed the sum of the following:
(a)	the aggregate value of the non-defaulted assets in the asset pool to 
which the agreement relates; 
(b)	the amount of credit enhancement applicable to the asset pool to 
which the agreement relates. 
Disclosure requirements
2.35.4(1) A conduit that distributes a short-term securitized product under 
section 2.35.1 must, on or before the date a purchaser purchases the short-term 
securitized product, do all of the following:
(a)	provide to or make reasonably available to the purchaser  an 
information memorandum prepared in accordance with Form 45-
106F7 Information Memorandum for Short-term Securitized 
Products Distributed under Section 2.35.1; 
(b)	provide an undertaking to or agree in writing with the purchaser, 
or with an agent, custodian or trustee appointed to act on behalf of 
purchasers of that series or class of securitized product, to 
(i)	for so long as a short-term securitized product of that class 
remains outstanding, prepare the documents specified in 
subsections (5) and (6) within the time periods specified in 
those subsections, and 
(ii)	provide to or make reasonably available to each holder of a 
short-term securitized product of that series or class, the 
documents specified in subsections (5) and (6). 
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply to a conduit distributing a short-term 
securitized product under section 2.35.1 if
(a)	the conduit has previously distributed a short-term securitized 
product of the same series or class as the short-term securitized 
product to be distributed,
(b)	in connection with that previous distribution the conduit prepared 
an information memorandum that complied with paragraph (1)(a), 
and
(c)	the conduit, on or before the time each purchaser in the current 
distribution purchases a short-term securitized product, does each 
of the following:
(i)	provides to or makes reasonably available to the purchaser 
the information memorandum prepared in connection with 
the previous distribution;
(ii)	provides to or makes reasonably available to the purchaser 
all documents specified in subsections (5) and (6) that have 
been prepared in respect of that series or class of short-term 
securitized product. 
(3)	A conduit must, on or before the 10th day following a distribution of a 
short-term securitized product under section 2.35.1, do each of the following:
(a)	provide to or make reasonably available to the securities regulator 
either of the following:
(i)	the information  memorandum required under paragraph 
(1)(a); 
(ii)	if the conduit is relying on subsection (2), the documents 
referred to in paragraph (c) of subsection (2);  
(b)	subject to subsection (4), deliver to the securities regulator an 
undertaking that it will, in respect of that series or class of short-
term securitized product,
(i)	provide to or make reasonably available to the securities 
regulator the documents specified  in subsections (5) and 
(6), and 
(ii)	promptly deliver to the securities regulator each document 
specified in subsections (5) and (6) that is requested by the 
securities regulator. 
(4)	Paragraph (3)(b) does not apply if 
(a)	the conduit has delivered an undertaking to the securities 
regulator under paragraph (3)(b) in respect of a previous 
distribution of a securitized product that is of the same series or 
class as the short-term securitized product currently being 
distributed, and 
(b)	the undertaking referred to in paragraph (a) applies in respect of 
the current distribution. 
(5)	For the purpose of subsection 2.35.4(1), the undertaking or agreement 
must require the conduit to prepare a monthly disclosure report relating to the 
series or class of short-term securitized product that is 
(a)	prepared in accordance with Form 45-106F8 Monthly Disclosure 
Report for Short-term Securitized Products Distributed under 
Section 2.35.1, 
(b)	current as at the last business day of each month, and
(c)	no later than 50 days from the end of the most recent month to 
which it relates, made reasonably available to each holder of that 
series or class of the conduit's short-term securitized product.
(6)	For the purpose of subsection 2.35.4(1), the undertaking or agreement 
must require the conduit to prepare a timely disclosure report, providing the 
information specified in subsection (7), in each of the following circumstances:
(a)	a downgrade in one or more of the conduit's credit ratings;
(b)	failure by the conduit to make any required payment of principal 
or interest on the series or class of short-term securitized product; 
(c)	the occurrence of a change or event that the conduit would 
reasonably expect to have a significant adverse effect on the 
payment of principal or interest on the series or class of short-
term securitized product. 
(7)	The timely disclosure report referred to in subsection (6) must 
(a)	describe the nature and substance of the change or event and the 
actual or potential effect on any payment of principal or interest to 
a holder of that series or class of short-term securitized product, 
and 
(b)	be provided to or made reasonably available to holders of that 
series or class of short-term securitized product no later than the 
second business day after the conduit becomes aware of the 
change or event..
10.	Item 3 of Form 45-106F1 Report of Exempt Distribution is amended by 
adding
"? securitized products issuers" after "? mortgage investment companies".
11.	In British Columbia, item 3 of Form 45-106F6 British Columbia Report of 
Exempt Distribution is amended by adding
"? securitized products issuers" after "? mortgage investment companies".
12.	National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions is 
amended by adding the following form: 


Form 45-106F7 
Information Memorandum for Short-term Securitized Products 
Distributed under Section 2.35.1
Instructions:
(1)	Using language that is plain and easy to understand by the type of 
purchaser to whom the issuer's short-term securitized products are 
offered, provide the information required by this form. No reference 
need be made to inapplicable items and, unless otherwise required by 
this form, negative answers may be omitted.
(2)	An information memorandum may be used to disclose information about 
more than one series or class of short-term securitized product. If so, the 
disclosure required by this form must be provided for each series or 
class of short-term securitized product distributed under the information 
memorandum.
(3)	This form requires disclosure of certain items, matters or other 
information referred to as "material". Information is "material" if 
knowledge of it could reasonably be expected to affect a reasonable 
investor's decision whether to buy, sell or hold a short-term securitized 
product. 
(4)	Include a glossary that defines all technical terms, and includes the 
following definition: 
"sponsor" means a person or group of affiliated persons that organizes 
or initiates the formation of a conduit.
Item 1: Significant Parties 
1.1	Provide the conduit's legal name.
1.2	Disclose the conduit's jurisdiction and form of organization.
1.3	Identify each sponsor of the conduit and disclose
(a)	whether or not it is a Canadian bank, Schedule II foreign bank 
subsidiary or Schedule III bank, and
(b)	if it is not a financial institution referred to in paragraph (a), 
whether there is a government department or regulatory authority 
responsible for overseeing it and, if applicable, the name of the 
government department or regulatory authority. 
1.4	Briefly describe the conduit's structure, business and operations and the 
key documents that establish the conduit and govern its business and 
operations.
1.5	Identify each other party, excluding any liquidity provider or any credit 
enhancement provider for whom disclosure is not required under item 4, 
that is primarily responsible under the terms of the key documents 
referred to in section 1.4 for a significant role in the conduit's structure 
or operations and briefly describe that party's role.
Item 2: Structure 
Include one or more diagrams or descriptions that provide the following 
information in summary form:
(a)	how the conduit acquires assets and issues securitized product;
(b)	liquidity facilities available to the conduit as disclosed in item 4;
(c)	credit enhancements available to the conduit as disclosed in item 4;
(d)	material agreements as disclosed in item 9;
(e)	the structure of one or more common types of asset transactions into 
which the conduit may enter.
Item 3: Eligible assets and asset transactions
3.1	Briefly describe the types of asset transactions into which the conduit 
expects to enter. If applicable, state that the conduit expects to finance 
the acquisition, origination or refinancing of asset pools from the 
proceeds of issuing short-term securitized products. Describe any other 
methods the conduit expects to employ to finance the acquisition, 
origination or refinancing of asset pools.
3.2	Briefly describe the types of asset eligibility criteria the conduit applies 
or anticipates applying when entering into asset transactions.
3.3	Briefly describe the types of due diligence or verification procedures 
that the conduit applies or anticipates applying to asset transactions and 
asset pools.
3.4	Briefly describe the conduit's approach to concentration limits, liquidity 
support and credit enhancement in respect of its asset transactions and 
asset pools.
3.5	Disclose the types of assets that the conduit is permitted to hold in its 
asset pools.
3.6	Briefly describe how the conduit uses or anticipates using derivatives for 
the purpose of hedging.
Item 4: Interest alignment, program-wide liquidity support and program-
wide credit   enhancement 
4.1	Briefly describe how the interests of investors are aligned with the 
interests of the conduit, the sponsor and the parties to asset transactions 
entered into by the conduit, including any requirement of law that the 
conduit or the sponsor retain an interest in one or more of the conduit's 
asset pools or be exposed to the credit risk of assets in one or more of 
the conduit's asset pools.
4.2	Briefly describe any standard liquidity support arrangements the conduit 
has entered into or anticipates entering into, excluding liquidity support 
arrangements that are particular to an asset transaction or asset pool. 
Include the following information in the description:
(a)	the name of each existing liquidity provider;
(b)	any minimum credit rating a liquidity provider must have under 
the terms of the key documents referred to in section 1.4;
(c)	the nature of the liquidity support;
(d)	a summary of the material terms of each liquidity agreement, 
including all material conditions to or limitations on the 
obligation of a liquidity provider to provide liquidity support;
(e)	any limitations on the obligation of a liquidity provider to provide 
same-day funding.
4.3	Briefly describe any standard credit enhancement arrangements that the 
conduit has entered into or anticipates entering into, excluding credit 
enhancement arrangements that are particular to an asset transaction or 
asset pool. Include the following information in the description: 
(a)	the name of each existing credit enhancement provider;
(b)	any minimum credit rating a credit enhancement provider must 
have under the terms of the key documents referred to in section 
1.4;
(c)	the form of the credit enhancement;
(d)	a summary of the material terms of each credit enhancement 
agreement, including all material conditions to or limitations on 
the obligation of a credit enhancement provider to provide credit 
support.
Item 5: Ownership or security interests in asset pool and priority of 
payments 
5.1	Disclose the ownership or security interest a holder of a short-term 
securitized product will have in the conduit's asset pools.  
5.2	If any other party other than the conduit has or is anticipated to have an 
ownership or security interest in one or more of the conduit's asset 
pools, briefly describe the following:
(a)	the party's role in the conduit's structure or operations;
(b)	the nature of its interest in the asset pool;
(c)	the priority of its claims in the event of the conduit's insolvency. 
Item 6: Compliance or termination events  
6.1	Briefly describe any events or circumstances that would, pursuant to the 
terms of the conduit's governing documents or material agreements in 
item 9, constitute an event of default or require the conduit to cease 
issuing short-term securitized products. 
6.2	Briefly describe the types of methods the conduit will use to monitor the 
performance of or identify adverse changes to an asset pool, such as 
portfolio performance tests.
6.3	Briefly describe any other structural features that are intended to reduce 
the risk of loss for a holder of the series or class of short-term securitized 
products or to protect the holder from material deterioration in respect of 
either or both of the following:
(a)	the credit quality or performance of assets in an asset pool; 
(b)	the ability of a party in Item 4 to perform its obligations to the 
conduit.
Item 7: Description of short-term securitized product and offering
Describe the short-term securitized products to be distributed and the 
distribution procedure and include the following information: 
(a)	whether short-term securitized products will be issued in 
certificated (registered or bearer) form or book-entry form and the 
delivery procedures; 
(b)	whether short-term securitized products will be sold on a discount 
basis or on an interest-bearing basis; 
(c)	the denominations in which short-term securitized products may 
be issued; 
(d)	the permitted maturity period for the short-term securitized 
products, and the ability of the conduit to extend maturity; 
(e)	the ability of either an investor to redeem prior to maturity or of 
the conduit to repay prior to maturity; 
(f)	the maximum aggregate principal amount of short-term 
securitized products permitted to be outstanding at any one time, 
or a statement that there is no limit on the maximum aggregate 
principal amount of short-term securitized products outstanding at 
any one time;
(g)	the key risks related to the conduit that could cause a delay in or 
non-payment of principal or interest on the short-term securitized 
product.
Item 8: Additional information about the conduit
8.1	Disclose if the conduit has issued and outstanding, or anticipates issuing, 
any securities other than the series or class of short-term securitized 
product to which the information memorandum relates. If the conduit 
has issued and outstanding, or anticipates issuing, any security other 
than the series or class of short-term securitized product to which the 
information memorandum relates, describe that other security, its credit 
rating, if applicable, and how it will rank, in the event of insolvency of 
the conduit, relative to the series or class of the conduit's short-term 
securitized product to which the information memorandum relates. 
8.2	Disclose how a potential purchaser can obtain access to disclosure that 
the conduit is required to provide or make reasonably available in 
connection with a purchase of a short-term securitized product of the 
conduit.
8.3	Disclose how a holder of a short-term securitized product of the conduit 
can obtain access to the disclosure the conduit is required to provide or 
make reasonably available to a holder of a short-term securitized product 
of the conduit.
Item 9: Material agreements
9.1	If not disclosed elsewhere in the information memorandum, identify and 
summarize each agreement to which the conduit is a party and that is 
material to the conduit's business and operations, excluding agreements 
that are particular to an asset transaction or asset pool.
9.2	If material and not disclosed elsewhere in the information memorandum, 
describe the ability of a person to waive or modify the requirements, 
activities or standards that would apply under an agreement referred to 
in section 9.1.  
Item 10: Date of information memorandum
State the date of the information memorandum.  
Item 11: Representation that no misrepresentation
State the following in the information memorandum:
"This information memorandum does not contain a 
misrepresentation regarding the conduit, its structure, or 
operations.".
13.	National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions is 
amended by adding the following form: 
Form 45-106F8 
Monthly Disclosure Report for Short-term Securitized Products 
Distributed under Section 2.35.1
Instructions:
(1)	Using language that is plain and easy to understand by the type of 
purchaser to whom the issuer's short-term securitized products are 
offered, provide the information required by this form. No reference 
need be made to inapplicable items and, unless otherwise required by 
this form, negative answers may be omitted.
(2)	A monthly disclosure report may be used to disclose information about 
more than one series or class of short-term securitized product. If so, the 
disclosure required by this form must be provided for each series or 
class of short-term securitized product to which the monthly disclosure 
report relates.
(3)	This form requires disclosure of certain items, matters or other 
information referred to as "material". Information is "material" if 
knowledge of it could reasonably be expected to affect a reasonable 
investor's decision whether to buy, sell or hold a short-term securitized 
product.
(4)	Include or incorporate by reference a glossary that defines all technical 
terms, and includes each of the following definitions: 
"seller" means, in connection with an asset transaction, a person or 
group of affiliated persons that originates or acquires cash-flow 
generating assets and sells or otherwise transfers, either directly or 
indirectly, an ownership or security interest in such assets to a conduit, 
which assets form one or more asset pools of the conduit;
"sponsor" means a person or group of affiliated persons that organizes 
or initiates the formation of a conduit.
Item 1: Summary of conduit operations and asset pools
Provide a summary of the conduit's operations and asset pools as at the last day 
of the month for which the monthly disclosure report applies that includes the 
following:
(a)	the total face value of securitized product outstanding;
(b)	the aggregate outstanding asset balance of the asset pools;
(c)	the number of asset pools in which the conduit has an ownership 
or security interest;
(d)	 the number and dollar amount of new asset pools added during 
the month or other information that in conjunction with 
information in the report for the prior monthly period will permit 
an investor to easily calculate such amounts;
(e)	the number and dollar amount of asset pools repaid during the 
month or other information that in conjunction with information 
in the report for the prior monthly period will permit an investor 
to easily calculate such amounts;
(f)	each type of asset in the conduit's asset pools, expressed as a 
percentage of the total assets of the conduit's asset pools.


Item 2: Asset transaction information
Provide the following information regarding each of the conduit's asset pools 
in one or more tables or diagrams as at the last day of the month to which the 
monthly disclosure report applies: 
(a)	the type of assets in the asset pool, including whether the assets 
are revolving or amortizing; 
(b)	an identifier such as an asset pool, asset transaction or seller 
number;
(c)	the industry of the person or group of affiliated persons that 
originated the assets;
(d)	whether each seller or applicable performance guarantor has an 
investment grade rating;
(e)	the amount of any conduit commitment to acquire assets from a 
seller for the asset pool;
(f)	the balance outstanding on the asset pool;
(g)	if available, the number of assets or obligors in the asset pool.
Item 3: Asset transaction credit enhancement
Provide the following information regarding each of the conduit's asset 
transactions in one or more tables as at the last day of the month to which the 
monthly disclosure report applies:
(a)	the form of each credit enhancement;
(b)	the amount of credit enhancement expressed in either of the 
following forms:
(i)	a dollar amount;
(ii)	a percentage, including the basis of presentation.
Item 4: Asset transaction performance
Provide the following information regarding each of the conduit's asset 
transactions in one or more tables as at the last day of the month to which the 
monthly disclosure report applies:
(a)	the default or loss ratio for the month, including the basis of 
presentation;
(b)	information with respect to default experience both for the most 
recent period and over an extended period of time in the form of 
ratios or otherwise, provided on a consistent basis for that asset 
transaction in each monthly disclosure report;
(c)	defaults for the month relative to available credit enhancement.
Item 5: Compliance and termination events  
Disclose the occurrence of any events or circumstances that the conduit would 
reasonably expect to have a significant adverse effect on the payment of 
principal or interest on the series or class of short-term securitized product or 
require the conduit to cease issuing short-term securitized products. 
Item 6: Report Information
State each of the following:
(a)	date of the report; 
(b)	period covered by the report; 
(c)	contact information, including name, phone number and email address 
of a contact person for the conduit..
Transitional provisions
14.(1) An information memorandum that is provided to or made reasonably available 
to a purchaser pursuant to paragraph 2.35.4(1)(a), as enacted by section 9 of this 
Instrument, need only be prepared in accordance with Form 45-106F7 Information 
Memorandum for Short-term Securitized Products Distributed under Section 2.35.1 
for a distribution of a short term securitized product that takes place on or after 
November 5, 2015.
(2)	A monthly disclosure report that is provided to or made reasonably available to 
a holder of a short-term securitized product pursuant to an undertaking or agreement 
in writing required by paragraph 2.35.4(1)(b), as enacted by section 9 of this 
Instrument, need not be prepared in accordance with Form 45-106F8 Monthly 
Disclosure Report for Short-term Securitized Products Distributed under Section 
2.35.1 for an asset transaction that a conduit entered into on or before November 5, 
2015. 
15.	This Instrument comes into force on May 5, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 51-102  
CONTINUOUS DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 11, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations
1.  National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations is amended by 
this Instrument.
2.  The Instrument is amended by replacing
"National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions" with 
"National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions" wherever the expression 
occurs.
3.  Paragraphs 13.3(2)(c)(iv), 13.3(3)(e)(iv) and 13.4(2)(c)(iv) are amended by 
replacing "exemptions from the prospectus requirement in section 2.35 and 
registration requirement in section 3.35 of National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus 
and Registration Exemptions" with "exemption from the prospectus requirement in 
section 2.35 of National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions".
4.  Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 5, 2015. In Ontario, 
this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)  May 5, 2015 and 
(b)  the day on which subsection 12(2) of Schedule 26 of the Budget Measures 
Act, 2009 is proclaimed in force.


Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102 SYSTEM 
FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD, NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 31-103 
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND ONGOING 
REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS, MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 32-102 
REGISTRATION EXEMPTIONS FOR NON-RESIDENT INVESTMENT FUND 
MANAGERS, NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 33-105 UNDERWRITING 
CONFLICTS, NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 41-101 GENERAL PROSPECTUS 
REQUIREMENTS, NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-102 RESALE OF 
SECURITIES, NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 52-107 ACCEPTABLE 
ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES AND AUDITING STANDARDS, NATIONAL 
INSTRUMENT 62-103 THE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AND RELATED 
TAKE-OVER BID AND INSIDER REPORTING ISSUES, AND 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 62-104 TAKE-OVER BIDS AND ISSUER 
BIDs
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 11, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to Specified Instruments
1.   Multilateral Instrument 13-102 System Fees for SEDAR and NRD, National 
Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing 
Registrant Obligations, Multilateral Instrument 32-102 Registration Exemptions 
for Non-Resident Investment Fund Managers, National Instrument 33-105 
Underwriting Conflicts, National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus 
Requirements, National Instrument 45-102 Resale of Securities, National 
Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards, 
National Instrument 62-103 The Early Warning System and Related Take-Over Bid 
and Insider Reporting Issues, and Multilateral Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids 
and Issuer Bids are amended by this Instrument. 
2.  The Instruments named in section 1 are amended 
(a) by replacing "National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions" with "National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions" wherever 
the expression occurs,
(b) by replacing "National Instrument 45-106 - Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions" with "National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions" wherever 
the expression occurs, and
(c) by replacing "National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions" with "National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions" wherever 
the expression occurs. 
3.  Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 5, 2015. In Ontario, 
this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)  May 5, 2015 and 
(b)  the day on which subsection 12(2) of Schedule 26 of the Budget Measures 
Act, 2009 is proclaimed in force.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Irrigation District Notice
Enforcement Return
(Irrigation Districts Act)
St. Mary River Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, Judicial Centre of 
Lethbridge has fixed Tuesday, May 12, 2015 as the day on which at 2:00 p.m., the 
Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta for the purpose of confirmation 
of the Enforcement Return for the St. Mary River Irrigation District covering rates 
assessed for the year 2013.
Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, March 11, 2015
6-7	Terrence Lazarus, R.E.T., General Manager.
_______________
Taber Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen's Bench of the Judicial District of 
Lethbridge has fixed Tuesday, May 12, 2015 as the day on which at the hour of 2:00 
p.m. the Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, for the purpose of 
confirmation of the Rate Enforcement Return for the Taber Irrigation District 
covering rates assessed for the year 2013.
Dated at Taber, Alberta, March 23, 2015.
7-8	Christopher W. Gallagher, District Manager.
_______________
Western Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that a Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta has 
fixed Wednesday, May 13, 2015 as the day on which, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., or so 
soon thereafter as the application can be heard, the Court will sit in Chambers, at the 
Court House, 601 - 5 Street S.W. in Calgary, Alberta, for the purpose of confirmation 
of the Enforcement Return for the Western Irrigation District covering rates assessed 
for the year 2013.
Dated at Strathmore, Alberta, March 5, 2015.
6-7	Erwin Braun, P.L. (Eng), General Manager.
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Offshores 
Swim & Sunwear Inc. on March 19, 2015.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on March 19, 2015.
David S. Scorgie, Scorgie Wilson.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Flagstaff County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Flagstaff County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Flagstaff County Office, 
12435 TWP Rd 442, Sedgewick, Alberta, on Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at 11:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Pt. of 
Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Acres
Certificate 
of Title
SE
11
42
10
4
77.80
082461446
NW
14
42
10
4
159.00
082461448
SE
23
42
10
4
157.80
082461449
SW
23
42
10
4
159.00
082461450
SW
01
42
15
4
27.77
082154427
NW
35
40
13
4
158.81
062007065
SW
18
43
09
4
120.72
852041070
NE
13
43
10
4
161.00
142203496
SE
06
42
15
4
11.07
012352668
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
Terms: Cash, Certified Cheque, or Bank Draft.
Flagstaff County may, after the public auction, become owner of any parcel of land 
that is not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by certified payment of all arrears of taxes, penalties and 
costs at any time prior to the sale.
Dated at Sedgewick, Alberta, March 30, 2015.
S. Armstrong, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Chipman
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Chipman will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village 
Administration Office, 4816-50 Street, Chipman, Alberta, on Monday, June 8, 2015, 
at 10:00 a.m., the following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
7
15
762 1886
Each parcel of land will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Village of 
Chipman 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 an intended use by the purchaser.   No bid will be accepted 
where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No 
terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
Village.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Village may, after the public auction, become the owner of any property or 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 sale.
Dated at Chipman, Alberta, March 9, 2015.
Pat Tomkow, Administrator.
______________
Village of Warner
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Warner will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Municipal Office, 
210 3rd Ave., Warner, Alberta, on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at 1:30 p.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Title
6
25
9111550
991 366 579
5 through 8
29
6442Y
051 124 115
20 through 22
14
4068N
931 100 521
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 parcel is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Village of 
Warner makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession or the 
developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel. No terms or conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Village of Warner. No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the parcels to be sold.
The Village of Warner may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% deposit by way of cash, bank draft or certified cheque, made payable to 
the Village of Warner, on the date of the public auction, with final payment to be 
received within 30 days, by cash, bank draft or certified cheque made payable to the 
Village of Warner. Failure to pay the balance within the specified time will result in 
the forfeit of the deposit and the Village will consider the next bid. The above 
property may be subject to GST
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Warner, Alberta, January 31, 2015.
Jon Hood, Chief Administrative Officer.






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