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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 111	Edmonton, Saturday, August 15, 2015	No. 15
TERMINATIONS
Termination of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
June 24, 2015 
Banks, Sarissa Taylor of Grande Prairie 
Clark, Allyson Ora of Lethbridge 
Clouthier, Niki Natasha of St. Paul 
Daley, Abbie Maria of Calgary 
Down, Alycia-Ray of Edmonton 
Kreway, Wendy Mary of Edmonton 
Romanko, Valerie Ann of Edmonton 
Turcotte, Barbara Ann of High Prairie 
Zub, Camille Nicole of Edmonton
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Culture and Tourism
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2354 
MO 17/15 C&T 
I, David Eggen, Minister of Culture and Tourism, pursuant to Section 20(1) of the 
Historical Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, hereby:
1.	Designate 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
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to Section 20, Subsection (9) of that Act, no person 
shall destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE or remove any historic object from a PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of Section 20, Subsections (11) 
and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the above 
mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other 
disposition of the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed sale 
or other disposition on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an 
order under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister of 
the inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is 
transferred to the person.
Signed at Edmonton, Alberta, this 22nd day of June, 2015.
David Eggen, Minister.
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and states that the Crown in right of Alberta has withdrawn as a party to the 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 "Nevis Unit No. 1" effective June 30, 2015.
Raksha Acharya, for Minister of Energy.
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Hussar Ellerslie 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on September 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 - Mannville 
Lloydminister Agreement No. 6" and that the Unit became effective on August 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 - Mannville 
Lloydminister Agreement No. 7" and that the Unit became effective on August 1, 
2014.


 


 


 


Justice and Solicitor General
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
Camrose Police Service 
Cossette, Marc-Andre 
Kuster, Michael Antony
(Date of Designation July 17, 2015)
Canadian Forces, Edmonton - Military Police 
Belair, Adam Gilbert 
Hastie, Brent Michael 
Junkin, Andrew Kenneth 
King, Jesse-Leigh Wayne 
Levesque, Jean-Philippe Daniel 
Price, Bradley Alexander 
Rousseau, Michael Maurice Michel 
Tsialafos, Demetrios
(Date of Designation July 17, 2015)
Lacombe Police Service 
Smith, Freddie Joshua Robert
(Date of Designation July 17, 2015)
Medicine Hat Police Service 
Risling, Tyler Roy Robert 
Smith, David Emmanuel 
Young, Mitchell William
(Date of Designation July 17, 2015)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Zilinski, Blair Phillip
(Date of Designation July 17, 2015)
Tsuu T'ina Police Service 
Big Smoke, William Michael 
Wharf, Gordon Milton
(Date of Designation July 17, 2015)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Gardipee, Mitchell Donovan
(Date of Designation July 24, 2015)


Municipal Affairs
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Special Area No. 2
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Alberta Municipal Affairs will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Special Areas 
Office, 212 - 2nd Avenue West, Hanna, Alberta, on Thursday, October 1st, 2015, at 
10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Section
Twp
Rge
M
Plan
Blk
Lot
C of T
SE   4
21
09
4
9010375
14
27
061 444 635
NE  33
20
09
4
7910892
M

081 420 419
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to the approval of the Minister of 
Municipal Affairs, and subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions 
contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
Reserving there out all mines and minerals.
Terms and conditions of sale will be announced at the sale, or may be obtained from 
the undersigned.
The Special Areas Board 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 Hanna, Alberta, July 14th, 2015.
Jordon Christianson, Acting Chairman 
Special Areas Board.
_______________
Special Area No. 3
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Alberta Municipal Affairs will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Special Areas 
Office, 319 Main Street, Oyen, Alberta, on Friday, October 2nd, 2015, at 10:00 a.m., 
the following lands:
Plan
Blk
Lot
C of T
2231BA
3
4
051135299+1
2231BA
3
5
051135299+1
2231BA
3
6
051135299+1
2231BA
3
7
051135299+1
2231BA
3
8
051135299+2
2231BA
3
9
051135299+2
2231BA
3
10
111112404
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to the approval of the Minister of 
Municipal Affairs, and subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and conditions 
contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
Reserving there out all mines and minerals.
Terms and conditions of sale will be announced at the sale, or may be obtained from 
the undersigned.
The Special Areas Board 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 Hanna, Alberta, July 14th, 2015.
Jordon Christianson, Acting Chairman 
Special Areas Board.
Safety Codes Council
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Meritage Midstream ULC, Accreditation No. C000882, Order No. 2950
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code.
Accredited Date: July 21, 2015	Issued Date: July 21, 2015.


Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Meritage Midstream ULC, Accreditation No. C000882, Order No. 2951
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: July 21, 2015	Issued Date: July 21, 2015.
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Meritage Midstream ULC, Accreditation No. C000882, Order No. 2952
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code.
Accredited Date: July 21, 2015	Issued Date: July 21, 2015.
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Meritage Midstream ULC, Accreditation No. C000882, Order No. 2953
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Plumbing
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code and Alberta Private Sewage 
Systems Standard of Practice.
Accredited Date: July 21, 2015	Issued Date: July 21, 2015.


Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Summer Village of Seba Beach, Accreditation No. M000317, Order No. 1162
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities. Excluding all parts of the Alberta electrical and 
Utility Code. Excluding any or all things, processes or activities located on all 
existing and future industrial facilities that are owned by or are under the care and 
control of an accredited corporation.
Accredited Date: May 15, 2000	Issued Date: July 20, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 21-101  
Marketplace Operation
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on June 10, 2015 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation
1.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by replacing 
"shall" wherever it occurs with "must".
3.	Section 1.1 is amended
(a)	in paragraph (c) of the definition of "government debt security" by 
adding "in Canada" after "body",
(b)	in the definition of "information processor" by adding "and, in 
Qu‚bec, that is a recognized information processor" after "Form 21-
101F5",
(c)	in subparagraph (a)(iv) of the definition of "marketplace" by replacing 
";" with ",",
(d)	in the definition of private enterprise by replacing "Accouting" with 
"Accounting", and
(e)	by adding the following definition:
"participant dealer" means a participant dealer as defined in Part 1 of 
National Instrument 23-103 Electronic Trading and Direct Electronic 
Access to Marketplaces;.
4.	Section 1.4 is amended
(a)	in subsection (1) by deleting "Alberta and", and
(b)	by replacing "Commodity Futures Act" with "Commodity Futures Act" 
wherever it occurs.
5.	Section 3.2 is amended
(a)	in subsection (1) by replacing "Form" with "applicable form" after "in 
the manner set out in the",
(b)	by adding the following subsection:
(1.1)	A marketplace that has entered into an agreement with a 
regulation services provider under NI 23-101 must not implement 
a significant change to a matter set out in Exhibit E - Operation of 
the Marketplace of Form 21-101F1  or Exhibit E - Operation of 
the Marketplace of Form 21-101F2 as applicable, or Exhibit I - 
Securities of Form 21-101F1 or Exhibit I - Securities of Form 21-
101F2 as applicable, unless the marketplace has provided the 
applicable exhibit to its regulation services provider at least 45 
days before implementing the change.,
(c)	in subsection (3) by replacing "Form" with "applicable form" after 
"amendment to the information provided in the", and
(d)	by adding the following subsections:
(4)	The chief executive officer of a marketplace, or an individual 
performing a similar function, must certify in writing, within 30 
days after the end of each calendar year, that the information 
contained in the marketplace's current Form 21-101F1 or Form 
21-101F2, as applicable, including the description of its 
operations, is true, correct, and complete and that the marketplace 
is operating as described in the applicable form.
(5)	A marketplace must file an updated and consolidated Form 21-
101F1 or Form 21-101F2, as applicable, within 30 days after the 
end of each calendar year..
6.	Paragraph 4.1(1)(c) is amended by adding "unmodified" before "auditor's 
report".
7.	Section 5.1 is amended by replacing ";" with "," wherever it occurs.
8.	Section 5.7 is amended by deleting an additional space after "not".
9.	Section 5.10 is amended
(a)	in subsection (1) by replacing ";" with "," wherever it occurs, and
(b)	by adding the following subsections:
(1.1)	Despite subsection (1), a marketplace may release a marketplace 
participant's order or trade information to a person or company if 
the marketplace
(a)	reasonably believes that the information will be used solely for 
the purpose of capital markets research,
(b)	reasonably believes that if information identifying, directly or 
indirectly, a marketplace participant or a client of the marketplace 
participant is released,
(i)	it is required for the purpose of the capital markets 
research, and
(ii)	that the research is not intended for the purpose of
(A)	identifying a particular marketplace participant or a 
client of the marketplace participant, or
(B)	identifying a trading strategy, transactions, or market 
positions of a particular marketplace participant or a 
client of the marketplace participant,
(c)	has entered into a written agreement with each person or company 
that will receive the order and trade information from the 
marketplace that provides that
(i)	the person or company must
(A)	not disclose to or share any information with any 
person or company if that information could, directly 
or indirectly, identify a marketplace participant or a 
client of the marketplace participant without the 
marketplace's consent, other than as provided under 
subparagraph (ii) below,


(B)	not publish or otherwise disseminate data or 
information that discloses, directly or indirectly, a 
trading strategy, transactions, or market positions of 
a marketplace participant or a client of the 
marketplace participant,
(C)	not use the order and trade information, or provide it 
to any other person or company, for any purpose 
other than capital markets research,
(D)	keep the order and trade information securely stored 
at all times,
(E)	keep the order and trade information for no longer 
than a reasonable period of time after the completion 
of the research and publication process, and
(F)	immediately inform the marketplace of any breach 
or possible breach of the confidentiality of the 
information provided,
(ii)	the person or company may disclose order or trade 
information used in connection with research submitted to 
a publication if 
(A)	the information to be disclosed will be used solely 
for the purposes of verification of the research 
carried out by the person or company,
(B)	the person or company must notify the marketplace 
prior to disclosing the information for verification 
purposes, and
(C)	the person or company must obtain written 
agreement from the publisher and any other person 
or company involved in the verification of the 
research that the publisher or the other person or 
company will
(I)	maintain the confidentiality of the 
information,
(II)	use the information only for the purposes of 
verifying the research,
(III)	keep the information securely stored at all 
times,
(IV)	keep the information for no longer than a 
reasonable period of time after the completion 
of the verification, and
(V)	immediately inform the marketplace of any 
breach or possible breach of the agreement or 
of the confidentiality of the information 
provided, and
(iii)	the marketplace has the right to take all reasonable steps 
necessary to prevent or address a breach or possible breach 
of the confidentiality of the information provided or of the 
agreement.
(1.2)	A marketplace that releases a marketplace participant's order or trade 
information under subsection (1.1) must
(a)	promptly inform the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities 
regulatory authority, in the event the marketplace becomes aware 
of any breach or possible breach of the confidentiality of the 
information provided or of the agreement, and
(b)	take all reasonable steps necessary to prevent or address a breach 
or possible breach of the confidentiality of the information 
provided or of the agreement..
10.	Section 5.12 is amended by deleting ":" after "the marketplace must".
11.	In the following provisions "key services and systems" is replaced with "key 
services or systems":
(a)	Paragraph 5.12(b);
(b)	Paragraph 5.12(c).
12.	Paragraph 5.12(e) is amended by deleting "," after "on behalf of the 
marketplace".
13.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by adding 
the following section:
5.13	Access Arrangements with a Service Provider
If a third party service provider provides a means of access to a marketplace, 
the marketplace must ensure the third party service provider complies with the 
written standards for access that the marketplace has established pursuant to 
paragraph 5.1(2)(a) when providing the access services.. 
14.	In the following provisions ";" is replaced with ",":
(a)	Paragraph 6.7(1)(a);
(b)	Paragraph 6.7(1)(b). 


15.	Section 7.1 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(3)	A marketplace that is subject to subsection (1) must not make the 
information referred to in that subsection available to any person or 
company before it makes that information available to an information 
processor or, if there is no information processor, to an information 
vendor..
16.	Section 7.2 is amended by renumbering it as subsection 7.2(1) and by adding 
the following subsection:
(2)	A marketplace that is subject to subsection (1) must not make the 
information referred to in that subsection available to any person or 
company before it makes that information available to an information 
processor or, if there is no information processor, to an information 
vendor..
17.	Subsection 8.1(5) is amended by replacing "interdealer" with "inter-dealer".
18.	Section 8.4 is amended by replacing "interdealer" with "inter-dealer".
19.	Section 10.1 is amended
(a)	by adding "," after "disclose",
(b)	by adding "," after "website",
(c)	by adding "," after "including",
(d)	by adding "," after "but not limited to", and
(e)	by deleting ":" after "information related to".
20.	In the following provisions ";" is replaced with ",":
(a)	Paragraph 10.1(a);
(b)	Paragraph 10.1(b);
(c)	Paragraph 10.1(c);
(d)	Paragraph 10.1(d);
(e)	Paragraph 10.1(e);
(f)	Paragraph 10.1(f).
21.	Paragraph 10.1(g) is amended by replacing "; and" with ",".
22.	Paragraph 10.1(h) is amended by replacing "." with ",".


23.	Section 10.1 is amended by adding the following paragraphs:
(i)	any access arrangements with a third party service provider, including 
the name of the third party service provider and the standards for access 
to be complied with by the third party service provider, and
(j)	the hours of operation of any testing environments provided by the 
marketplace, a description of any differences between the testing 
environment and production environment of the marketplace and the 
potential impact of these differences on the effectiveness of testing, and 
any policies and procedures relating to a marketplace's use of uniform 
test symbols for purposes of testing in its production environment..
24.	Subparagraph 11.2(1)(c)(xviii) is amended by replacing ";" with ",".
25.	Section 11.2.1 is amended
(a)	in paragraph (a) by deleting "," following "the information required by 
the regulation services provider",
(b)	in paragraph (a) by adding "and in the manner requested by the 
regulation services provider," after "in electronic form",
(c)	in paragraph (b) by deleting "," following "under securities 
legislation", and
(d)	in paragraph (b) by adding "and in the manner requested by the 
securities regulatory authority" after "in electronic form".
26.	Subsection 11.3(1) is amended
(a)	in paragraph (f) by deleting "and",
(b)	in paragraph (g) by replacing "." with ";" after "subsections 13.1(2) 
and 13.1(3)", and
(c)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(h)	 a copy of any agreement referred to in section 5.10; and
(i)	 a copy of any agreement referred to in paragraph 5.12(c)..
27.	Section 12.1 is amended
(a)	by replacing "For each of its systems that support" with "For each 
system, operated by or on behalf of the marketplace, that supports",
(b)	by replacing ";" with "," wherever it occurs,
(c)	in paragraph (c) by deleting "or delay", and


(d)	in paragraph (c) by adding ", delay or security breach and provide 
timely updates on the status of the failure, malfunction, delay or security 
breach, the resumption of service and the results of the marketplace's 
internal review of the failure, malfunction, delay or security breach." 
after "malfunction".
28.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by adding 
the following section:
12.1.1	Auxiliary Systems - For each system that shares network resources 
with one or more of the systems, operated by or on behalf of the 
marketplace, that supports order entry, order routing, execution, trade 
reporting, trade comparison, data feeds, market surveillance and trade 
clearing, that, if breached, would pose a security threat to one or more of 
the previously mentioned systems, a marketplace must
(a)	develop and maintain an adequate system of information security 
controls that relate to the security threats posed to any system that 
supports order entry, order routing, execution, trade reporting, 
trade comparison, data feeds, market surveillance and trade 
clearing, and
(b)	promptly notify the regulator, or in Qu‚bec, the securities 
regulatory authority and, if applicable, its regulation services 
provider, of any material security breach and provide timely 
updates on the status of the breach, the resumption of service, 
where applicable, and the results of the marketplace's internal 
review of the security breach..
29.	Subsection 12.2(1) is replaced with:
(1)	A marketplace must annually engage a qualified party to conduct an 
independent systems review and prepare a report in accordance with 
established audit standards to ensure that the marketplace is in 
compliance with
(a)	paragraph 12.1(a), 
(b)	section 12.1.1, and
(c)	section 12.4..
30.	Paragraph 12.2(2)(b) is replaced with the following:
(b)	the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority, by the 
earlier of the 30th day after providing the report to its board of directors 
or the audit committee or the 60th day after the calendar year end..


31.	Section 12.3 is amended
(a)	by replacing subsection (3) with the following:
(3)	A marketplace must not begin operations before
(a)	it has complied with paragraphs (1)(a) and (2)(a),
(b)	its regulation services provider, if applicable, has 
confirmed to the marketplace that trading may commence 
on the marketplace, and
(c)	the chief information officer of the marketplace, or an 
individual performing a similar function, has certified in 
writing to the regulator, or in Qu‚bec, the securities 
regulatory authority, that all information technology 
systems used by the marketplace have been tested 
according to prudent business practices and are operating 
as designed.,
(b)	by adding the following subsection:
(3.1)	A marketplace must not implement a material change to the 
systems referred to in section 12.1 before
(a)	it has complied with paragraphs (1)(b) and (2)(a), and
(b)	the chief information officer of the marketplace, or an 
individual performing a similar function, has certified in 
writing to the regulator, or in Qu‚bec, the securities 
regulatory authority, that the change has been tested 
according to prudent business practices and is operating as 
designed., and
(c)	in subsection (4) by replacing "Paragraphs 12.3(1)(b) and 2(b) do" with 
"Subsection (3.1) does".
32.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by adding 
the following section:
12.3.1	Uniform Test Symbols
A marketplace must use uniform test symbols, as set by a regulator, or in 
Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority, for the purpose of performing 
testing in its production environment..
33.	Section 12.4 is replaced with the following: 
12.4	Business Continuity Planning
(1)	A marketplace must
(a)	develop and maintain reasonable business continuity plans, 
including disaster recovery plans, and
(b)	test its business continuity plans, including disaster recovery 
plans, according to prudent business practices on a reasonably 
frequent basis and, in any event, at least annually.
(2)	A marketplace with a total trading volume in any type of security equal 
to or greater than 10% of the total dollar value of the trading volume in 
that type of security on all marketplaces in Canada during at least two of 
the preceding three months of operation must establish, implement, and 
maintain policies and procedures reasonably designed to ensure that 
each system, operated by or on behalf of the marketplace, that supports 
order entry, order routing, execution, trade reporting, trade comparison, 
data feeds, and trade clearing, can resume operations within two hours 
following the declaration of a disaster by the marketplace.
(3)	A recognized exchange or quotation and trade reporting system, that 
directly monitors the conduct of its members or users and enforces 
requirements set under section 7.1(1) or 7.3(1) of NI 23-101, must 
establish, implement, and maintain policies and procedures reasonably 
designed to ensure that each system, operated by or on behalf of the 
marketplace, that is critical and supports real-time market surveillance, 
can resume operations within two hours following the declaration of a 
disaster at the primary site by the exchange or quotation and trade 
reporting system. 
(4)	A regulation services provider, that has entered into a written agreement 
with a marketplace to conduct market surveillance for the marketplace, 
must establish, implement, and maintain policies and procedures 
reasonably designed to ensure that each system, operated by or on behalf 
of the regulation services provider, that is critical and supports real-time 
market surveillance can resume operations within two hours following 
the declaration of a disaster at the primary site by the regulation services 
provider..
34.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by adding 
the following section:
12.4.1	Industry-Wide Business Continuity Tests
A marketplace, recognized clearing agency, information processor, and 
participant dealer must participate in all industry-wide business continuity 
tests, as determined by a regulation services provider, regulator, or in Qu‚bec, 
the securities regulatory authority..
35.	In the following provisions "and settled" is replaced with "to a clearing 
agency":
(a)	Subsection 13.1(2);
(b)	Subsection 13.1(3).
36.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by adding 
the following section:
13.2	Access to Clearing Agency of Choice
(1)	A marketplace must report a trade in a security to a clearing 
agency designated by a marketplace participant.
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply to a trade in a security that is a 
standardized derivative or an exchange-traded security that is an 
option..
37.	Section 14.4 is amended
(a)	in subsection (4) by adding "or changes to an electronic connection" 
after "in a timely manner an electronic connection", and
(b)	by adding the following subsections:
(6.1)	If an information processor is operated as a division or unit of a 
person or company, the person or company must file the income 
statement and the statement of cash flow of the information 
processor and any other information necessary to demonstrate the 
financial condition of the information processor within 90 days 
after the end of the financial year of the person or company.
(7.1)	If an information processor is operated as a division or unit of a 
person or company, the person or company must file the financial 
budget relating to the information processor within 30 days of the 
start of the financial year of the person or company..
38.	Section 14.5 is amended
(a)	by replacing ";" with "," wherever it occurs, and
(b)	by replacing subparagraph (d)(ii) with the following: 
(ii)	the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority, by 
the earlier of the 30th day after providing the report to its board of 
directors or the audit committee or the 60th day after the calendar 
year end, and.
39.	Section 14.6 is replaced by the following:
14.6	Business Continuity Planning 
An information processor must
(a)	develop and maintain reasonable business continuity plans, 
including disaster recovery plans,
(b)	test its business continuity plans, including disaster recovery 
plans, according to prudent business practices and on a reasonably 
frequent basis and, in any event, at least annually, and
(c)	establish, implement, and maintain policies and procedures 
reasonably designed to ensure that its critical systems can resume 
operations within one hour following the declaration of a disaster 
by the information processor..
40.	Section 14.7 is amended 
(a)	by replacing "with this Instrument, or other than a securities regulatory 
authority, unless:" with "with this Instrument or a securities regulatory 
authority, unless", and
(b)	in subsection (a) by replacing ";" with ",".
41.	Section 14.8 is amended
(a)	by deleting ":" after "but not limited to", and
(b)	by replacing ";"with "," wherever it occurs.
42.	Form 21-101F1 is amended 
(a)	by replacing "shall" wherever it occurs with "must",
(b)	by replacing "should" wherever it occurs with "must", and
(c)	under "Type of Filing" by adding "; AMENDMENT No." after 
"AMENDMENT".
43.	Exhibit C of Form 21-101F1 is amended by adding "and the Board mandate" 
after "including their mandates".
44.	Exhibit D of Form 21-101F1 is amended 
(a)	in paragraph 6 by deleting ":" wherever it occurs,
(b)	by deleting ";" wherever it occurs, and
(c)	by adding "," after "private enterprises".
45.	Exhibit E of Form 21-101F1 is amended 
(a)	by replacing "not be limited" with "is not limited",
(b)	by replacing "Description" wherever it occurs with "A description", 
and


(c)	by adding the following to the end of the exhibit:
The filer must provide all material contracts related to order routing, 
execution, trade reporting, trade comparison, data feeds, market 
surveillance and trade clearing..
46.	Exhibit F of Form 21-101F1 is amended 
(a)	by adding "," after "routing, trading, execution, data", and
(b)	by adding the following sections:
4.	A copy of the marketplace's policies and procedures for the 
selection of service providers to which key services and systems 
may be outsourced and for the evaluation and approval of such 
outsourcing arrangements that are established  and maintained 
pursuant to paragraph 5.12(a) of National Instrument 21-101 
Marketplace Operation.
5.	A description of any conflicts of interest between the marketplace 
and the service provider to which key services and systems are 
outsourced and a copy of the policies and procedures to mitigate 
and manage such conflicts of interest that have been established 
pursuant to paragraph 5.12(b) of National Instrument 21-101 
Marketplace Operation.
6.	A description of the measures the marketplace has taken pursuant 
to paragraph 5.12(f) of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation to ensure that the service provider has established, 
maintains and periodically tests an appropriate business continuity 
plan, including a disaster recovery plan.
7.	A description of the measures the marketplace has taken pursuant 
to paragraph 5.12(g) of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation to ensure that the service provider protects the 
proprietary, order, trade or any other confidential information of 
the participants of the marketplace.
8.	A copy of the marketplace's processes and procedures to 
regularly review the performance of a service provider under an 
outsourcing arrangement that are established pursuant to 
paragraph 5.12(h) of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation..


47.	Exhibit G of Form 21-101F1 is replaced with the following:
General
Provide:
1.	A high level description of the marketplace's systems that support order 
entry, order routing, execution, trade reporting, trade comparison, data 
feeds, co-location and if applicable, market surveillance and trade 
clearing.
2.	An organization chart of the marketplace's information technology 
group unless otherwise provided as part of the report required by 
subsection 12.2(1) of the Instrument.
Business Continuity Planning
Please provide a description of the marketplace's business continuity and 
disaster recovery plans that includes, but is not limited to, information 
regarding the following:
1.	Where the primary processing site is located.
2.	What the approximate percentage of hardware, software and network 
redundancy is at the primary site.
3.	Any uninterruptible power source (UPS) at the primary site.
4.	How frequently market data is stored off-site.
5.	Any secondary processing site, the location of any such secondary 
processing site, and whether all of the marketplace's critical business 
data is accessible through the secondary processing site.
6.	The creation, management, and oversight of the plans, including a 
description of responsibility for the development of the plans and their 
ongoing review and updating.
7.	Escalation procedures, including event identification, impact analysis, 
and activation of the plans in the event of a disaster or disruption.
8.	Procedures for internal and external communications, including the 
distribution of information internally, to the securities regulatory 
authority, and, if appropriate, to the public, together with the roles and 
responsibilities of marketplace staff for internal and external 
communications. 
9.	The scenarios that would trigger the activation of the plans.
10.	How frequently the business continuity and disaster recovery plans are 
tested.
11.	Procedures for record keeping in relation to the review and updating of 
the plans, including the logging of tests and deficiencies.
12.	The targeted time to resume operations of critical information 
technology systems following the declaration of a disaster by the 
marketplace and the service level to which such systems are to be 
restored. 
13.	Any single points of failure faced by the marketplace.
Systems Capacity
Please provide information regarding:
1.	How frequently future market activity is evaluated in order to adjust 
processing capacity.
2.	The approximate excess capacity maintained over average daily 
transaction volumes. 
3.	How often or at what point stress testing is performed.
Systems
Please provide information regarding:
1. 	Whether the trading engine was developed in-house or by a commercial 
vendor.
2.	Whether the trading engine is maintained in-house or by a commercial 
vendor and provide the name of the commercial vendor, if applicable.
3.	The marketplace's networks.  Please provide a copy of a high-level 
network diagram of the systems referred to in section 12.1 of the 
Instrument, as applicable, together with a description of the external 
points of contact for the marketplace's networks.
4.	The message protocols supported by the marketplace's systems.
5.	The transmission protocols used by the marketplace's systems.
IT Risk Assessment
Please describe the IT risk assessment framework, including:
1.	How the probability and likelihood of IT threats are considered.
2.	How the impact of risks are measured according to qualitative and 
quantitative criteria.
3.	The documentation process for acceptable residual risks with related 
offsets.
4.	The development of management's action plan to implement a risk 
response to a risk that has not been accepted..
48.	Exhibit I of Form 21-101F1 is amended by replacing "Filer" wherever it 
occurs with "filer".
49.	Exhibit J of Form 21-101F1 is amended by replacing "Exhibit E.4" with 
"Exhibit E item 4".
50.	Exhibit K of Form 21-101F1 is amended 
(a)	in section 4 by adding "Please identify if the marketplace participant 
accesses the marketplace through co-location." after "or other access.",
(b)	in section 5 by deleting ":" after "indicating for each", and
(c)	in section 5 by replacing ";" wherever it occurs with ",".
51.	Exhibit M of Form 21-101F1 is amended 
(a)	in section 2 by adding "a copy of" after "and its members, provide", 
and
(b)	by deleting "." after "regulation services provider" after the box 
following section 2.
52.	Exhibit N of Form 21-101F1 is amended by adding "Marketplace Operation" 
after "21-101".
53.	Form 21-101F2 is amended
(a)	in the title by replacing "INITIAL OPERATION REPORT" with 
"INFORMATION STATEMENT",
(b)	by replacing "should" wherever it occurs with "must",
(c)	by replacing "shall" wherever it occurs with "must",
(d)	under "Type of Filing" by adding "; AMENDMENT No." after 
"AMENDMENT", and
(e)	in subsection 12 of the Instructions by adding "name of" after 
"contracted with[".
54.	Exhibit E of Form 21-101F2 is amended 
(a)	by replacing "not be" with "is not",
(b)	by replacing "Description" wherever it occurs with "A description", 
and


(c)	by adding the following to the end of Exhibit E:
The filer must provide all material contracts relating to order routing, 
execution, trade reporting, trade comparison, data feeds, market 
surveillance and trade clearing..
55.	Exhibit F of Form 21-101F2 is amended 
(a)	by deleting "the" after "including any function associated with",
(b)	by adding "data" after "clearing and settlement,", and
(c)	by adding the following sections:
4.	A copy of the marketplace's policies and procedures for the 
selection of service providers to which key services and systems 
may be outsourced and for the evaluation and approval of such 
outsourcing arrangements that are established  and maintained 
pursuant to paragraph 5.12(a) of National Instrument 21-101 
Marketplace Operation.
5.	A description of any conflicts of interest between the marketplace 
and the service provider to which key services and systems are 
outsourced and a copy of the policies and procedures to mitigate 
and manage such conflicts of interest that have been established 
pursuant to paragraph 5.12(b) of National Instrument 21-101 
Marketplace Operation.
6.	A description of the measures the marketplace has taken pursuant 
to paragraph 5.12(f) of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation to ensure that the service provider has established, 
maintains and periodically tests an appropriate business continuity 
plan, including a disaster recovery plan.
7.	A description of the measures the marketplace has taken pursuant 
to paragraph 5.12(g) of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation to ensure that the service provider protects the 
proprietary order, trade or any other confidential information of 
the participants of the marketplace.
8.	A copy of the marketplace's processes and procedures to 
regularly review the performance of a service provider under an 
outsourcing arrangement that are established pursuant to 
paragraph 5.12(h) of National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation..


56.	Exhibit G of Form 21-101F2 is replaced with the following:
General
Provide:
1.	A high level description of the marketplace's systems that support order 
entry, order routing, execution, trade reporting, trade comparison, data 
feeds, co-location and if applicable, market surveillance and trade 
clearing.
2.	An organization chart of the marketplace's information technology 
group unless otherwise provided as part of the report required by 
subsection 12.2(1) of the Instrument.
Business Continuity Planning
Please provide a description of the marketplace's business continuity and 
disaster recovery plans that includes, but is not limited to, information 
regarding the following:
1.	Where the primary processing site is located.
2.	What the approximate percentage of hardware, software and network 
redundancy is at the primary site.
3.	Any uninterruptible power source (UPS) at the primary site.
4.	How frequently market data is stored off-site.
5.	Any secondary processing site, the location of any such secondary 
processing site, and whether all of the marketplace's critical business 
data is accessible through the secondary processing site.
6.	The creation, management, and oversight of the plans, including a 
description of responsibility for the development of the plans and their 
ongoing review and updating.
7.	Escalation procedures, including event identification, impact analysis, 
and activation of the plans in the event of a disaster or disruption.
8.	Procedures for internal and external communications, including the 
distribution of information internally, to the securities regulatory 
authority, and, if appropriate, to the public, together with the roles and 
responsibilities of marketplace staff for internal and external 
communications. 
9.	The scenarios that would trigger the activation of the plans.
10.	How frequently the business continuity and disaster recovery plans are 
tested.
11.	Procedures for record keeping in relation to the review and updating of 
the plans, including the logging of tests and deficiencies.
12.	The targeted time to resume operations of critical information 
technology systems following the declaration of a disaster by the 
marketplace and the service level to which such systems are to be 
restored. 
13.	Any single points of failure faced by the marketplace.
Systems Capacity
Please provide information regarding:
1.	How frequently future market activity is evaluated in order to adjust 
processing capacity.
2.	The approximate excess capacity maintained over average daily 
transaction volumes. 
3.	How often or at what point stress testing is performed.
Systems
Please provide information regarding:
1.	Whether the trading engine was developed in-house or by a commercial 
vendor.
2.	Whether the trading engine is maintained in-house or by a commercial 
vendor and provide the name of the commercial vendor, if applicable.
3.	The marketplace's networks.  Please provide a copy of a high-level 
network diagram of the systems referred to in section 12.1 of the 
Instrument, as applicable, together with a description of the external 
points of contact for the marketplace's networks.
4.	The message protocols supported by the marketplace's systems.
5.	The transmission protocols used by the marketplace's systems.
IT Risk Assessment
Please describe the IT risk assessment framework, including:
1.	How the probability and likelihood of IT threats are considered.
2.	How the impact of risks are measured according to qualitative and 
quantitative criteria.
3.	The documentation process for acceptable residual risks with related 
offsets.
4.	The development of management's action plan to implement a risk 
response to a risk that has not been accepted..
57.	Exhibit I of Form 21-101F2 is amended by adding "list" after "If this is an 
initial filing,".
58.	Exhibit J of Form 21-101F2 is amended 
(a)	in section 1 by replacing "Exhibit E.4" with "Exhibit E item 4", and
(b)	in section 2 by deleting "," after "institution".
59.	Exhibit K of Form 21-101F2 is amended 
(a)	in section 4 by adding "Please identify if the marketplace participant 
accesses the marketplace through co-location." after "access.",
(b)	in section 5 by deleting ":" after "for each", and
(c)	in section 5 by replacing ";" wherever it occurs with ",".
60.	Exhibit N of Form 21-101F2 is amended by adding "Marketplace Operation" 
after "21-101".
61.	Form 21-101F3 is amended by replacing "should" wherever it occurs with 
"must".
62.	Section 4 of Part A of Form 21-101F3 is replaced with the following:
4.	A list of all amendments in the information in Form 21-101F1 or 21-
101F2 that were filed with the Canadian securities regulatory authorities 
and implemented during the period covered by the report. The list must 
include a brief description of each amendment, the date filed and the 
date implemented..
63.	Section 5 of Part A of Form 21-101F3 is replaced with the following:
5.	A list of all amendments in the information in Form 21-101F1 or 21-
101F2 that have been filed with the Canadian securities regulatory 
authorities but not implemented as of the end of the period covered by 
the report. The list must include a brief description of each amendment, 
the date filed and the reason why it was not implemented..
64.	Section 6 of Part A of Form 21-101F3 is replaced with the following:
6.	Systems - If any outages occurred at any time during the period for any 
system relating to trading activity, including trading, routing or data, 
provide the date, duration, reason for the outage and its resolution..


65.	Section 7 of Part A of Form 21-101F3 is replaced with the following:
7.	Systems Changes - A brief description of any significant changes to the 
systems and technology used by the marketplace that support order 
entry, order routing, execution, trade reporting, trade comparison, data 
feeds, co-location and if applicable, market surveillance and trade 
clearing that were planned, under development, or implemented during 
the quarter.  Please provide the current status of the changes that are 
under development..
66.	Section 8 of Part A of Form 21-101F3 is repealed.
67.	Section 1 of Part B in Chart 2 of Form 21-101F3 is amended 
(a)	by deleting "%" wherever it occurs, and
(b)	by deleting "% Number of exchange traded securities that are".
68.	Section 1 of Part B in Chart 3 of Form 21-101F3 is amended by deleting 
"%" wherever it occurs.
69.	Section 1 of Part B of Form 21-101F3 is amended by replacing "third-party" 
with "third party" in item 6 beneath Chart 5.
70.	Section 1 of Part B of Form 21-101F3 is amended by deleting item 7 beneath 
Chart 6.
71.	Section 2 of Part B of Form 21-101F3 is amended 
(a)	 by adding "during the quarter" after "regular trading hours" in item 1,
(b)	by replacing "the 10 most traded fixed income securities" with "each 
fixed income security traded" in item 2, and
(c)	by deleting "(based on the value of the volume traded) for trades 
executed" in item 2.


72.	Section 2 of Part B in Chart 8 of Form 21-101F3 is replaced with the 
following:
Chart 8 - Traded fixed income securities
Category of Securities
Value Traded
Number of Trades
Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities -  
Government 
1. Federal 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



2. Federal Agency 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



3. Provincial and Municipal 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities -  
Corporate 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities -  
Other 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Government  
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Corporate  
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Other 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]



73.	Section 4 of Part B in Chart 15 of Form 21-101F3 is amended 
(a)	by deleting "%" wherever it occurs, and
(b)	by deleting "of" before "Volume".
74.	Section 4 of Part B in Chart 16 of Form 21-101F3 is amended by deleting 
"%" wherever it occurs.
75.	Section 4 of Part B of Form 21-101F3 is amended by deleting item 6 beneath 
Chart 18.
76.	Form 21-101F4 is amended by replacing "shall" with "must" wherever it 
occurs.
77.	Form 21-101F5 is amended
(a)	by replacing "INITIAL OPERATION REPORT FOR" with 
"INFORMATION STATEMENT" in the title,
(b)	in "Type of Filing" by adding ": AMENDMENT No." after 
"AMENDMENT",
(c)	by replacing "should" wherever it occurs with "must",
(d)	by replacing "shall" wherever it occurs with "must", and
(e)	by adding "," after "National Instrument 21-101" under the heading 
"Exhibits".
78.	Section 1 of Exhibit C of Form 21-101F5 is amended 
(a)	by adding "," after "standing committees of the board", and
(b)	by adding "," after  "previous year".
79.	Section 1 of Exhibit G of Form 21-101F5 is amended 
(a)	by replacing "system" with "System" in paragraph 3,
(b)	by replacing "Description" with "A description" in paragraph 5.
80.	Section 2 of Exhibit J of Form 21-101F5 is amended 
(a)	by replacing "exists" with "exist", and
(b)	by adding "provide" after "National Instrument 21-101,".
81.	Section 3 of Exhibit K of Form 21-101F5 is amended by replacing "who" 
with "that".
82.	Form 21-101F6 is amended by replacing "shall" with "must" wherever it 
occurs.
83.	The Instrument comes into force on October 1, 2015.


Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 23-101  
Trading Rules
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on June 10, 2015 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules
1.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by this Instrument.
2.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by replacing "shall" 
wherever it occurs with "must".
3.	Section 5.1 is amended by 
(a)	replacing "no person or company" with "a person or company", and
(b)	adding "not" before "execute a trade".
4.	Section 6.7 is amended by
(a)	replacing "no person or company" with "a person or company", and
(b)	adding "not" before "send an order to an exchange".
5.	Section 6.8 is amended by adding ", except for paragraph 6.3(1)(c)," after "In 
Qu‚bec, this Part".
6.	Section 7.1 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(3)	If a recognized exchange has entered into a written agreement under 
section 7.2, the recognized exchange must adopt requirements, as 
determined necessary by the regulation services provider, that govern 
the recognized exchange and the conduct of the exchange's members, 
and that enable the regulation services provider to effectively monitor 
trading on the exchange and across marketplaces..
7.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by replacing section 
7.2 with the following:
7.2	Agreement between a Recognized Exchange and a Regulation 
Services Provider - A recognized exchange that monitors the conduct 
of its members indirectly through a regulation services provider must 
enter into a written agreement with the regulation services provider 
which provides that the regulation services provider will:
(a)	monitor the conduct of the members of the recognized exchange,
(b)	monitor the compliance of the recognized exchange with the 
requirements set under subsection 7.1(3), and
(c)	enforce the requirements set under subsection 7.1(1)..
8.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by adding the 
following section:
7.2.1	Obligations of a Recognized Exchange to a Regulation Services 
Provider - A recognized exchange that has entered into a written 
agreement with a regulation services provider must
(a)	transmit to the regulation services provider the information required 
under Part 11 of NI 21-101 and any information reasonably required by 
the regulation services provider in the form and manner requested by the 
regulation services provider to effectively monitor: 
(i)	the conduct of and trading by marketplace participants on and 
across marketplaces, including the compliance of marketplace 
participants with the requirements set under subsection 7.1(1), 
and
(ii) 	the conduct of the recognized exchange, including the compliance 
of the recognized exchange with the requirements set under 
subsection 7.1(3); and
(b)	comply with all orders or directions made by the regulation services 
provider..
9.	Section 7.3 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(3)	If a recognized quotation and trade reporting system has entered into a 
written agreement under section 7.4, the recognized quotation and trade 
reporting system must adopt requirements, as determined necessary by 
the regulation services provider, that govern the recognized quotation 
and trade reporting system and the conduct of the quotation and trade 
reporting system's users, and that enable the regulation services provider 
to effectively monitor trading on the recognized quotation and trade 
reporting system and across marketplaces..
10.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by replacing section 
7.4 with the following:
7.4	Agreement between a Recognized Quotation and Trade Reporting 
System and a Regulation Services Provider - A recognized quotation 
and trade reporting system that monitors the conduct of its users 
indirectly through a regulation services provider must enter into a 
written agreement with the regulation services provider which provides 
that the regulation services provider will
(a)	monitor the conduct of the users of the recognized quotation and trade 
reporting system, 
(b)	monitor the compliance of the recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system with the requirements set under subsection 7.3(3), and
(c)	enforce the requirements set under subsection 7.3(1)..
11.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by adding the 
following section:
7.4.1	Obligations of a Quotation and Trade Reporting System to a 
Regulation Services Provider - A recognized quotation and trade 
reporting system that has entered into a written agreement with a 
regulation services provider must
(a)	transmit to the regulation services provider the information required 
under Part 11 of NI 21-101 and any information reasonably required by 
the regulation services provider in the form and manner requested by the 
regulation services provider to effectively monitor: 
(i)	the conduct of and trading by marketplace participants on and 
across marketplaces, including the compliance of marketplace 
participants with the requirements set under subsection 7.3(1), 
and
(ii)	the conduct of the recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system, including the compliance of the recognized quotation and 
trade reporting system with the requirements set under subsection 
7.3(3); and
(b)	comply with all orders or directions made by the regulation services 
provider..
12.	Section 10.2 is amended by replacing "an agreement" with "a written 
agreement" before "with a regulation services provider that provides".
13.	This Instrument comes into force on October 1, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 33-105  
Underwriting Conflicts
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on May 13, 2015 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 33-105 Underwriting Conflicts
1.	National Instrument 33-105 Underwriting Conflicts is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	The following Part is added:
PART 3A - NON-DISCRETIONARY EXEMPTIONS - ELIGIBLE FOREIGN 
SECURITIES
3A.1	Definitions - In this Part,
"eligible foreign security" means a security offered primarily in a foreign 
jurisdiction as part of a distribution of securities in either of the following 
circumstances:
(a)	the security is issued by an issuer  
(i)	that is incorporated, formed or created under the laws of a 
foreign jurisdiction,
(ii)	that is not a reporting issuer in a jurisdiction of Canada, 
(iii)	that has its head office outside of Canada, and 
(iv)	that has a majority of the executive officers and a majority 
of the directors ordinarily resident outside of Canada;
(b)	the security is issued or guaranteed by the government of a 
foreign jurisdiction;
"executive officer" means, for an issuer, an individual who
(a)	is a chair, vice-chair or president,
(b)	is a chief executive officer or chief financial officer,
(c)	is a vice-president in charge of a principal business unit, division 
or function including sales, finance or production, or
(d)	performs a policy-making function in respect of the issuer;
"exempt offering document" means:
(a)	in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Saskatchewan, an 
offering memorandum as defined under the securities legislation 
of that jurisdiction, and
(b)	in all other jurisdictions, a document including any amendments 
to the document, that
(i)	describes the business and affairs of an issuer, and
(ii)	has been prepared primarily for delivery to and review by a 
prospective purchaser to assist the prospective purchaser in 
making an investment decision in respect of securities 
being distributed pursuant to an exemption from the 
prospectus requirement;
"FINRA" means the self regulatory organization in the United States of 
America known as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority; 
"permitted client" has the same meaning as in section 1.1 of National 
Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing 
Registrant Obligations.
3A.2	Application - This Part does not apply to a distribution if a prospectus 
has been filed with a Canadian securities regulatory authority for the 
distribution.
3A.3 	Exemption based on U.S. disclosure - Subsection 2.1(1) does not apply 
to a distribution of a security described in paragraph (a) of the definition of 
eligible foreign security if all of the following apply:
(a)	the distribution is made to a permitted client through a registered dealer 
or international dealer;
(b)	the registered dealer or international dealer delivers a written notice to 
the permitted client before or during the distribution of the eligible 
foreign security that specifies the exemption relied on and a reference to 
this section;
(c)	an exempt offering document prepared with respect to the distribution is 
delivered to the permitted client;
(d)	a concurrent distribution of the security is made by the issuer to 
investors in the U.S.; 
(e)	the exempt offering document contains the same disclosure as that 
provided to investors in the U.S.; 
(f)	if applicable, the disclosure provided in the exempt offering document 
for a distribution referred to in paragraph (d) is made in compliance with 
FINRA rule 5121, as amended from time to time;
(g)	the distribution referred to in paragraph (d) is made in compliance with 
applicable U.S. federal securities law. 
3A.4	Exemption for foreign government securities - Subsection 2.1(1) does 
not apply to a distribution of a security described in paragraph (b) of the 
definition of eligible foreign security if:
(a)	the distribution is made to a permitted client through a registered dealer 
or international dealer, and
(b)	the registered dealer or international dealer delivers a written notice to 
the permitted client, before or during the distribution of the eligible 
foreign security that specifies the exemption relied on and a reference to 
this section.
3A.5	Manner of notice - For greater certainty, a notice required under 
paragraphs 3A.3(b) and 3A.4(b) may be incorporated into the exempt offering 
document delivered to the permitted client.
3A.6 	Alternative compliance with notice requirement - A notice will be 
considered to have been delivered to a permitted client in compliance with 
paragraph 3A.3(b) or 3A.4(b), if 
(a)	the registered dealer or international dealer has previously delivered a 
notice to the permitted client in compliance with paragraph 3A.3(b) or 
3A.4(b), and
(b)	the notice stated that the registered dealer or international dealer intends 
to rely on the exemption in paragraph 3A.3(b) or 3A.4(b), as applicable, 
for any distribution in the future of an eligible foreign security to the 
permitted client..
3.	This Instrument comes into force on September 8, 2015. 
Alberta Securities Commission
Multilateral Instrument 45-107  
Listing Representation and Statutory Rights of Action Disclosure Exemptions
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on May 13, 2015 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 45-107 LISTING REPRESENTATION  
AND STATUTORY RIGHTS OF ACTION DISCLOSURE EXEMPTIONS
Definitions
1.	In this Instrument
"eligible foreign security" means a security offered primarily in a foreign jurisdiction 
as part of a distribution of securities in either of the following circumstances:
(a)	the security is issued by an issuer  
(i)	that is incorporated, formed or created under the laws of a foreign 
jurisdiction,
(ii)	that is not a reporting issuer in a jurisdiction of Canada,
(iii)	that has its head office outside of Canada, and
(iv)	that has a majority of the executive officers and a majority of the 
directors ordinarily resident outside of Canada;
(b)	the security is issued or guaranteed by the government of a foreign 
jurisdiction;
"executive officer" means, for an issuer, an individual who 
(a)	is a chair, vice-chair or president,
(b)	is a chief executive officer or chief financial officer,
(c)	is a vice-president in charge of a principal business unit, division or 
function including sales, finance or production, or
(d)	performs a policy-making function in respect of the issuer;
"exempt offering document" means:
(a)	in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan, an offering 
memorandum as defined under the securities legislation of that 
jurisdiction, and
(b)	in all other jurisdictions, a document including any amendments to the 
document, that
(i)	describes the business and affairs of an issuer, and
(ii)	has been prepared primarily for delivery to and review by a 
prospective purchaser to assist the prospective purchaser in 
making an investment decision in respect of securities being 
distributed pursuant to an exemption from the prospectus 
requirement;
"listing representation prohibition" means the prohibition in the securities legislation 
set out in Appendix A;
"permitted client" has the same meaning as in section 1.1 of National Instrument 31-
103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations; 
"statutory rights of action disclosure requirement" means the provision in the 
securities legislation set out in Appendix B. 
Exemption from Listing Representation Prohibition
2.	The listing representation prohibition does not apply to a representation made 
in an exempt offering document in connection with a distribution of an eligible 
foreign security if 
(a)	the distribution is made only to one or more permitted clients, 
(b)	the representation does not contain a misrepresentation, and
(c)	the representation is made in compliance with the by-laws and rules of 
the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system referred to in the 
representation. 
Alternative Disclosure of Statutory Rights
3.	(1)  In New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan, the statutory rights of 
action disclosure requirement is satisfied in respect of a distribution of an eligible 
foreign security to a prospective purchaser that is a permitted client if the disclosure 
specified by subsection (2) is provided in one of the following ways:
(a)	in the exempt offering document;
(b)	in a document delivered to the permitted client at the same time as the 
exempt offering document; 
(c)	in a written notice that has been delivered to the permitted client by a 
registered dealer or international dealer that provides the disclosure 
required by paragraph 2(b) and advises that the notice will apply to all 
future distributions. 
	(2)  A person or company relying on subsection (1) must include disclosure 
that is substantively similar to one of the following disclosure statements:
(a)	if the disclosure is included in an exempt offering document:
Securities legislation in certain provinces or territories of Canada may 
provide a purchaser with remedies for rescission or damages if the 
offering memorandum (including any amendment thereto) contains a 
misrepresentation, provided that the remedies for rescission or damages 
are exercised by the purchaser within the time limit prescribed by the 
securities legislation of the purchaser's province or territory. The 
purchaser should refer to any applicable provisions of the securities 
legislation of the purchaser's province or territory for particulars of 
these rights or consult with a legal advisor.
(b)	if the disclosure is provided other than in an exempt offering document:
If, in connection with a distribution of an eligible foreign security, as 
defined in [Multilateral Instrument 45-107 Listing Representation and 
Statutory Rights of Action Disclosure Exemptions, or other applicable 
provision] we deliver to you an offering document that constitutes an 
offering memorandum under applicable securities laws in Canada, you 
may have, depending on the province or territory of Canada in which 
the trade was made to you, remedies for rescission or damages if the 
offering memorandum (including any amendment thereto) contains a 
misrepresentation, provided that the remedies for rescission or damages 
are exercised by you within the time limit prescribed by the securities 
legislation of your province or territory. You should refer to any 
applicable provisions of the securities legislation of your province or 
territory for the particulars of these rights or consult with a legal 
advisor.
Limitation of Application
4.	Sections 2 and 3 do not apply to a distribution of an eligible foreign security if 
a prospectus has been filed with a Canadian securities regulatory authority for the 
distribution.
Effective Date
5.	This Instrument comes into force on September 8, 2015.
Appendix A
to Multilateral Instrument 45-107 Listing Representation 
and Statutory Rights of Action Disclosure Exemptions
Listing Representation Prohibition
Alberta:
Subsection 92(3) of the Securities Act (Alberta)
Manitoba:
Subsection 69(3) of the Securities Act (Manitoba)
New Brunswick:
Subsection 58(3) of the Securities Act (New 
Brunswick)
Newfoundland and Labrador:
Subsection 39(3) of the Securities Act 
(Newfoundland and Labrador)
Northwest Territories:
Subsection 147(1) Securities Act (Northwest 
Territories)
Nova Scotia:
Subsection 44(3) of the Securities Act (Nova 
Scotia)
Nunavut:
Subsection 147(1) of the Securities Act (Nunavut)
Prince Edward Island:
Subsection 147(1) of the Securities Act (Prince 
Edward Island)
Quebec:
Fourth paragraph of section 199 of the Securities 
Act (Quebec)
Saskatchewan:
Subsection 44(3) of the Securities Act 
(Saskatchewan)
Yukon:
Subsection 147(1) of the Securities Act (Yukon)


Appendix B
to Multilateral Instrument 45-107 Listing Representation 
and Statutory Rights of Action Disclosure Exemptions
Statutory Rights of Action Disclosure Requirement
New Brunswick:
Section 2.2 of Local Rule 45-802 Implementing 
National Instrument 45-106 - Prospectus and 
Registration Exemptions
Nova Scotia:
Subsection 65(3) of the Securities Act (Nova 
Scotia)
Saskatchewan:
Subsection 80.2(1) of the Securities Act 
(Saskatchewan)

Transportation
Contract Increases Approved Pursuant to Treasury Board Directive 02-05
Contract No: 7678/10 
Contractor: Border Paving Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves grading, bridge culvert, granular base 
course, asphalt concrete pavement, street lighting, traffic signals and other work on 
Hwy. 625 in the town of Nisku. The contract increase is a result of design changes 
and additional work required over what was originally anticipated due to unforeseen 
ground site conditions. 
Contract Amount: $14,168,801 
% Increase: 18.4 
Amount of Increase: $2,600,540 
Date Approved: November 23, 2010
Contract No: 13165 
Contractor: G.T.S. Constructors Inc. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves bridge rehabilitation and other work for 
a bridge carrying the eastbound lane(s) of Hwy. 1 over Hwy. 2 in the city of Calgary. 
The contract increase is a result of additional work required over what was originally 
anticipated due to unforeseen site conditions, and a bonus earned by the contractor for 
minimizing project duration and traffic disruption.   As the junction facilitates large 
traffic volumes at a key economic link in the highway network, the typical rates for 
penalty/bonus in the contract were increased by a factor of four. 
Contract Amount: $1,706,651 
% Increase: 60.5 
Amount of Increase: $1,032,206 
Date Approved: September 5, 2012


Contract No: 7857/10 
Contractor: Sandstar Construction Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves cold milling, asphalt concrete pavement 
and other work on Hwy. 660 and Hwy. 892.  The contract increase is a result of 
adding work to the contract to address pavement deterioration at five intersections 
resulting from heavy traffic increases. 
Contract Amount: $5,398,961 
% Increase: 19.7 
Amount of Increase: $1,060,525 
Date Approved: June 26, 2013
Contract No: 10666 
Contractor: Kichton Contracting Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves slide repair, construction of a concrete 
pile wall and other work on South Dunvegan Hill adjacent to Hwy. 2 north of 
Rycroft. The contract increase is a result of adding work to the contract to address 
another slide that occurred adjacent to the project site after heavy rains. 
Contract Amount: $2,207,500 
% Increase: 18.3 
Amount of Increase: $403,964 
Date Approved: December 4, 2012
Contract No: 799310 
Contractor: Ruel Brothers, Division of E Construction Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves grading, bridge culverts, granular base 
course, asphalt concrete pavement, street lighting, and other work on Hwy. 2 and 
Hwy. 688 southeast of Peace River. The contract increase is a result of the completed 
work exceeding the estimated quantity of work required. 
Contract Amount: $10,051,893 
% Increase: 10.7 
Amount of Increase: $1,077,173 
Date Approved: December 13, 2012
Contract No: 13479 
Contractor: deGraaf Excavating Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves upgrades to the main canal between 
Belly River and the St. Mary Reservoir. The contract increase is a result of adding 
improvements to the project to reduce future maintenance costs. 
Contract Amount: $1,571,000 
% Increase: 12.3 
Amount of Increase: $193,380 
Date Approved: December 13, 2012


Contract No: 13005 
Contractor: MJB Enterprises Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves headgate rehabilitation on the Cavan 
Lake Headworks System. The contract increase is a result of adding improvements to 
the project to facilitate remote operation of the system, rather than manual operation, 
and other miscellaneous items. 
Contract Amount: $727,740 
% Increase: 16.0 
Amount of Increase: $116,779 
Date Approved: December 17, 2012
Contract No: 14386 
Contractor: West-Can Seal Coating Inc. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves Crack Repair, Chip Seal and Graded 
Aggregate Coat and other work for Hwy. 2, Hwy. 36 and Hwy. 901. The contract 
increase is a result of adding Hwy. 506 to the project to address its deterioration. 
Contract Amount: $1,859,036 
% Increase: 29.2 
Amount of Increase: $543,150 
Date Approved: July 5, 2013
Contract No: 12269 
Contractor: LaFarge Canada Inc. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves bridge rehabilitation and other work for 
a bridge carrying Hwy. 831 over the North Saskatchewan River, south of 
Waskatenau. The contract increase is a result of additional work required over what 
was originally anticipated due to subsurface site conditions. 
Contract Amount: $1,623,765 
% Increase: 13.1 
Amount of Increase: $212,905 
Date Approved: March 25, 2014
Contract No: 15000 
Contractor: deGraaf Excavating Ltd. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves rock weir construction and other work 
for the Carseland-Bow River Headworks System Dyke at Johnson's Island on the 
Bow River. The contract increase is a result of additional work required over what 
was originally anticipated due to changing site conditions associated with continuing 
high water flows. 
Contract Amount: $500,000 
% Increase: 56.3 
Amount of Increase: $281,513 
Date Approved: August 27, 2013


Contract No: 14196 
Contractor: G.T.S. Constructors Inc. 
Reason for Increase: This contract involves bridge rehabilitation and other work for 
a bridge carrying the eastbound lane(s) of Memorial Drive over Hwy. 2 in the city of 
Calgary. The contract increase is a result of quantity of work increasing over what 
was originally anticipated due to unforeseen subsurface site conditions, and a bonus 
earned by the contractor for minimizing project duration and traffic disruption.  As 
the junction facilitates large traffic volumes at a key economic link in the highway 
network, the typical rates for penalty/bonus in the contract were increased by a factor 
of four. 
Contract Amount: $1,952,993 
% Increase: 39.6 
Amount of Increase: $773,857 
Date Approved: November 8, 2013
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 Reub-Roy 
Builders Limited on January 23, 2015.
Sandra L. Manning, Barrister & Solicitor.
Notice of Winding-Up
(Winding-up and Restructuring Act)
In the matter of the winding-up of the insurance business in Canada of 
Reliance Insurance Company- Canadian Branch ("Reliance Canada")
Important notice regarding a proposed settlement and discharge of all 
claims and potential claims in connection with insurance policies issued 
to or for the benefit of Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited ("ITCAN") and 
its related entities
On December 3, 2001, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the "Court") ordered 
the winding-up of Reliance Canada, under the provisions of the Winding-up and 
Restructuring Act.  The Court appointed KPMG Inc. as liquidator (the "Liquidator").
This Notice is being given pursuant to the Order of the Court made July 15, 2015 (the 
"Directions Order").  The Liquidator hereby gives notice that it has brought a 
motion (the "ITCAN Approval Motion") returnable before the Court on November 
2, 2015, or such other date as may be set by the Court.  The ITCAN Approval 
Motion and the relief sought therein may affect you and any claims or potential 
claims that you may have against Reliance Canada, or any of its related parties, 
arising by virtue of or in connection with policies of insurance issued by Reliance 
Canada (the "Reliance Policies") to or for the benefit of ITCAN.
The ITCAN Approval Motion seeks an Order of the Court approving the full and final 
settlement and release agreement dated June 17, 2015 entered into by Reliance 
Canada and ITCAN, and other related relief.  This relief includes a declaration that 
any and all claims or potential claims against Reliance Canada and its related parties, 
in connection with or arising by virtue of claims against ITCAN or entities related to 
ITCAN which may be insured by the Reliance Policies, will be deemed to be 
completely released and discharged.  The foregoing includes (but is not limited to) 
any claims in connection with the Reliance Policies pursuant to the direct action 
provisions of the Code Civil du Qu‚bec or any other statutory provisions granting 
rights of recovery against Reliance Canada.
This Notice and the summary herein of the ITCAN Approval Motion do not 
replace and are not a substitute for the materials filed in support of the ITCAN 
Approval Motion.  You may obtain a copy of such materials, as well as a copy of 
the Directions Order, from the Liquidator's website at 
www.relianceinsurance.ca or from the undersigned.
Please note that the Directions Order provides that any person who intends to 
appear and make submissions at the hearing of the ITCAN Approval Motion 
("Responding Party") shall serve a Notice of Appearance, in the form attached 
to the Directions Order, on counsel for the Liquidator, so as to be received by 
such counsel on or before September 16, 2015.
Further, the Directions Order provides that any Responding Party who will rely 
on responding materials at the hearing of the ITCAN Approval Motion shall, on 
or before October 13, 2015: (i) serve such responding materials on counsel for 
the Liquidator and on each Responding Party, and (ii) file such materials with 
the Court.
KPMG Inc., 
Liquidator, Reliance Insurance Company  
Canadian Branch 
Bay-Adelaide Centre 
333 Bay Street, Suite 4600 
Toronto, ON M5H 2S5
Janine M. Bradley, Senior Manager
_______________
Dans l'affaire de la liquidation des activit‚s d'assurance au Canada de la 
Succursale canadienne de la Reliance Insurance Company (" Reliance 
Canada ")
Avis important concernant une proposition de paiement lib‚ratoire de 
toutes les r‚clamations actuelles et potentielles effectu‚es dans le 
cadre de polices d'assurance ‚mises au nom ou au b‚n‚fice d'Imperial 
Tobacco Canada Limit‚e (" ITCAN ") et de ses parties li‚es 
Le 3 d‚cembre 2001, la Cour sup‚rieure de justice de l'Ontario (la " Cour ") a 
ordonn‚ la liquidation de Reliance Canada, en vertu de la Loi sur les liquidations et 
les restructurations. KPMG Inc. a ‚t‚ nomm‚ liquidateur (le " liquidateur ") par la 
Cour.
Le pr‚sent avis est signifi‚ en application d'une ordonnance de la Cour d‚livr‚e le 
15 juillet 2015 (l'" ordonnance d'instructions "). Le liquidateur fait savoir par la 
pr‚sente qu'il a pr‚sent‚ une requˆte (la " requˆte d'approbation ITCAN ") 
rapportable devant la Cour le 2 novembre 2015, ou … une autre date d‚termin‚e par la 
Cour. La requˆte d'approbation ITCAN et les mesures r‚paratoires r‚clam‚es 
peuvent avoir des incidences pour vous et toute r‚clamation actuelle ou 
potentielle que vous pourriez pr‚senter ou avoir pr‚sent‚e contre Reliance 
Canada, ou l'une ou l'autre de ses parties li‚es, en vertu ou en cons‚quence de 
polices d'assurance ‚mises par Reliance Canada (les " polices Reliance ") au nom 
ou au b‚n‚fice d'ITCAN.
La requˆte d'approbation ITCAN vise … obtenir une ordonnance de la Cour autorisant 
l'accord de rŠglement lib‚ratoire int‚gral et d‚finitif ‚tabli en date du 17 juin 2015 
entre Reliance Canada et ITCAN, et d'autres mesures r‚paratoires connexes. Ces 
derniŠres comprennent une d‚claration selon laquelle Reliance Canada et ses parties 
li‚es sont r‚put‚es ˆtre entiŠrement lib‚r‚es et d‚gag‚es de toute responsabilit‚ … 
l'‚gard de toute r‚clamation actuelle ou potentielle en vertu ou en cons‚quence de 
r‚clamations faites … l'encontre d'ITCAN ou de ses parties li‚es qui seraient couvertes 
par les polices Reliance, y compris (sans s'y limiter) toute r‚clamation faite dans le 
cadre des polices Reliance, en application des dispositions du Code civil du Qu‚bec 
concernant le recours direct ou de toute autre disposition l‚gislative accordant des 
droits de recouvrement contre Reliance Canada.
Le pr‚sent avis et le sommaire de la requˆte d'approbation ITCAN qui y est 
pr‚sent‚ ne remplacent pas les documents d‚pos‚s … l'appui de la requˆte 
d'approbation ITCAN et ne peuvent s'y substituer. Vous pouvez obtenir une 
copie desdits documents ou de l'ordonnance d'instructions sur le site du 
liquidateur, … l'adresse www.relianceinsurance.ca, ou auprŠs de la soussign‚e.
Veuillez prendre note qu'en vertu de l'ordonnance d'instructions, toute 
personne ayant l'intention d'assister et de pr‚senter des observations … 
l'audience de la requˆte d'approbation ITCAN (la " partie intim‚e ") doit, pour 
ˆtre entendue par le conseil du liquidateur, signifier … ce dernier un avis de 
comparution, au moyen du formulaire joint … l'ordonnance d'instructions, le ou 
avant le 16 septembre 2015.
L'ordonnance d'instructions pr‚voit en outre que toute partie intim‚e qui entend 
utiliser des documents … l'appui de son intervention lors de l'audience de la 
requˆte d'approbation ITCAN doit, le ou avant le 13 octobre 2015 : a) signifier 
les documents en question au conseil du liquidateur et … chacune des parties 
intim‚es, et b) d‚poser les documents en question auprŠs de la Cour.


KPMG Inc., 
Liquidateur de Reliance Insurance Company -   
Succursale canadienne 
Bay Adelaide Centre 
333 Bay Street, Suite 4600 
Toronto (Ontario)  M5H 2S5
Janine M. Bradley, directrice principale
_______________
In the matter of the winding-up of the insurance business in Canada of 
Reliance Insurance Company- Canadian Branch ("Reliance Canada")
Important notice regarding a proposed settlement and discharge of all 
claims and potential claims in connection with insurance policies issued 
to or for the benefit of Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. ("RBH") and its 
related entities
On December 3, 2001, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the "Court") ordered 
the winding-up of Reliance Canada, under the provisions of the Winding-up and 
Restructuring Act.  The Court appointed KPMG Inc. as liquidator (the "Liquidator").
This Notice is being given pursuant to the Order of the Court made July 15, 2015 (the 
"Directions Order").  The Liquidator hereby gives notice that it has brought a 
motion (the "RBH Approval Motion") returnable before the Court on November 2, 
2015, or such other date as may be set by the Court.  The RBH Approval Motion 
and the relief sought therein may affect you and any claims or potential claims 
that you may have against Reliance Canada, or any of its related parties, arising 
by virtue of or in connection with policies of insurance issued by Reliance 
Canada (the "Reliance Policies") to or for the benefit of RBH.
The RBH Approval Motion seeks an Order of the Court approving the full and final 
settlement and release agreement dated May 7, 2015 entered into by Reliance Canada 
and RBH, and other related relief.  This relief includes a declaration that any and all 
claims or potential claims against Reliance Canada and its related parties, in 
connection with or arising by virtue of claims against RBH or entities related to RBH 
which may be insured by the Reliance Policies, will be deemed to be completely 
released and discharged.  The foregoing includes (but is not limited to) any claims in 
connection with the Reliance Policies pursuant to the direct action provisions of the 
Code Civil du Qu‚bec or any other statutory provisions granting rights of recovery 
against Reliance Canada.
This Notice and the summary herein of the RBH Approval Motion do not 
replace and are not a substitute for the materials filed in support of the RBH 
Approval Motion.  You may obtain a copy of such materials, as well as a copy of 
the Directions Order, from the Liquidator's website at 
www.relianceinsurance.ca or from the undersigned.
Please note that the Directions Order provides that any person who intends to 
appear and make submissions at the hearing of the RBH Approval Motion 
("Responding Party") shall serve a Notice of Appearance, in the form attached 
to the Directions Order, on counsel for the Liquidator, so as to be received by 
such counsel on or before September 16, 2015.
Further, the Directions Order provides that any Responding Party who will rely 
on responding materials at the hearing of the RBH Approval Motion shall, on or 
before October 13, 2015: (i) serve such responding materials on counsel for the 
Liquidator and on each Responding Party, and (ii) file such materials with the 
Court.
KPMG Inc., 
Liquidator, Reliance Insurance Company  
Canadian Branch 
Bay-Adelaide Centre 
333 Bay Street, Suite 4600 
Toronto, ON M5H 2S5
Janine M. Bradley, Senior Manager
_______________
Dans l'affaire de la liquidation des activit‚s d'assurance au Canada de la 
Succursale canadienne de la Reliance Insurance Company (" Reliance 
Canada ")
Avis important concernant une proposition de paiement lib‚ratoire de 
toutes les r‚clamations actuelles et potentielles effectu‚es dans le 
cadre de polices d'assurance ‚mises au nom ou au b‚n‚fice de 
Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. (" RBH ") et de ses parties li‚es 
Le 3 d‚cembre 2001, la Cour sup‚rieure de justice de l'Ontario (la " Cour ") a 
ordonn‚ la liquidation de Reliance Canada, en vertu de la Loi sur les liquidations et 
les restructurations. KPMG Inc. a ‚t‚ nomm‚ liquidateur (le " liquidateur ") par la 
Cour.
Le pr‚sent avis est signifi‚ en application d'une ordonnance de la Cour d‚livr‚e le 15 
juillet 2015 (l'" ordonnance d'instructions "). Le liquidateur fait savoir par la 
pr‚sente qu'il a pr‚sent‚ une requˆte (la " requˆte d'approbation RBH ") 
rapportable devant la Cour le 2 novembre 2015, ou … une autre date d‚termin‚e par la 
Cour. La requˆte d'approbation RBH et les mesures r‚paratoires r‚clam‚es 
peuvent avoir des incidences pour vous et toute r‚clamation actuelle ou 
potentielle que vous pourriez pr‚senter ou avoir pr‚sent‚e contre Reliance 
Canada, ou l'une ou l'autre de ses parties li‚es, en vertu ou en cons‚quence de 
polices d'assurance ‚mises par Reliance Canada (les " polices Reliance ") au nom 
ou au b‚n‚fice de RBH.
La requˆte d'approbation RBH vise … obtenir une ordonnance de la Cour autorisant 
l'accord de rŠglement lib‚ratoire int‚gral et d‚finitif ‚tabli en date du 7 mai 2015 
entre Reliance Canada et RBH, et d'autres mesures r‚paratoires connexes. Ces 
derniŠres comprennent une d‚claration selon laquelle Reliance Canada et ses parties 
li‚es sont r‚put‚es ˆtre entiŠrement lib‚r‚es et d‚gag‚es de toute responsabilit‚ … 
l'‚gard de toute r‚clamation actuelle ou potentielle en vertu ou en cons‚quence de 
r‚clamations faites … l'encontre de RBH ou de ses parties li‚es qui seraient couvertes 
par les polices Reliance, y compris (sans s'y limiter) toute r‚clamation faite dans le 
cadre des polices Reliance, en application des dispositions du Code civil du Qu‚bec 
concernant le recours direct ou de toute autre disposition l‚gislative accordant des 
droits de recouvrement contre Reliance Canada.
Le pr‚sent avis et le sommaire de la requˆte d'approbation RBH qui y est 
pr‚sent‚ ne remplacent pas les documents d‚pos‚s … l'appui de la requˆte 
d'approbation RBH et ne peuvent s'y substituer. Vous pouvez obtenir une copie 
desdits documents ou de l'ordonnance d'instructions sur le site du liquidateur, … 
l'adresse www.relianceinsurance.ca, ou auprŠs de la soussign‚e.
Veuillez prendre note qu'en vertu de l'ordonnance d'instructions, toute 
personne ayant l'intention d'assister et de pr‚senter des observations … 
l'audience de la requˆte d'approbation RBH (la " partie intim‚e ") doit, pour 
ˆtre entendue par le conseil du liquidateur, signifier … ce dernier un avis de 
comparution, au moyen du formulaire joint … l'ordonnance d'instructions, le ou 
avant le 16 septembre 2015.
L'ordonnance d'instructions pr‚voit en outre que toute partie intim‚e qui entend 
utiliser des documents … l'appui de son intervention lors de l'audience de la 
requˆte d'approbation RBH doit, le ou avant le 13 octobre 2015 : a) signifier les 
documents en question au conseil du liquidateur et … chacune des parties 
intim‚es, et b) d‚poser les documents en question auprŠs de la Cour.
KPMG Inc., 
Liquidateur de Reliance Insurance Company -   
Succursale canadienne 
Bay Adelaide Centre 
333 Bay Street, Suite 4600 
Toronto (Ontario)  M5H 2S5
Janine M. Bradley, directrice principale
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Birch Hills County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Birch Hills County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Administration Office 
of Birch Hills County, located at 4601 - 50th Street in Wanham, Alberta, on Monday, 
October 5, 2015, at 1:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Hamlet
Linc
1
5
3310KS
Eaglesham
0017609033
1

9320186

0024280067
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.
Birch Hills County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% deposit to be paid at public auction (nonrefundable to successful bidder), 
balance within 10 days of public auction. All payments shall be by cash or certified 
cheque.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and Birch Hills County 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of 
services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, 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 Birch Hills County. 
No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Properties will be removed from the public auction list at such time full payment of 
tax arrears and costs are received.
Birch Hills County shall collect Title Registration Fees from the purchaser upon final 
payment at the rate charged by Land Titles Office.
Dated at Wanham, Alberta, July 10, 2015.
Harold Northcott, CAO.
______________
Mackenzie County
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Mackenzie County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers 
located at 4511 - 46 Avenue in the Hamlet of Fort Vermilion, Alberta, on 
Wednesday, September 30, 2015, at 1:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
Linc
11
01
2938RS
942278712
0019473875
09
01
842 0527
842046720D
0011166295
17
01
842 0527
842046720K
0011171196
18
01
842 0527
842046720L
0011171204
21
01
842 0527
842046720O
0011171238
22
01
842 0527
842046720P
0011171246
23
01
084 0527
842046720Q
0011171254
03
08
2938RS
052236049
0012886198
24
02A
902 2917
022234589
0015539969
11
33
042 5759
122084377
0030738900
13
18
072 0008
082023252
0032158479
49
05
892 1752
012162126
0010859379
52
05
892 1752
932124543001
0010861251
10
02
Carcajou
092400497
0016410581
09
23
062 6286
072114638
0031966765
35
01
782 0147
022312134
0013949227
21

922 2231
012245548
0023137110

M
RG
TWP
SEC
Q
C of T
Linc
5
12
107
17
NE
072539948
0022124028
5
18
110
30
NE
112065291022
0026130195
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid, and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.  Additional conditions of 
building demolition and leveling of lot and/or repair of unsightly conditions will 
apply.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Mackenzie 
County makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, 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 Mackenzie County.  
No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.  This 
list is subject to deletions.
Mackenzie County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Certified Cheque or Money Order.
Deposit: $1,000.00 (Non-refundable to the successful bidder) at time of the sale.
Balance: To be paid to Mackenzie County within 30 (thirty) calendar days of the date 
of the auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at the Hamlet of Fort Vermilion, Alberta.
Joulia Whittleton, Chief Administrative Officer.
Municipal District of Provost No. 52
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Provost No. 52 will offer for sale, by public auction to be 
held in the Municipal Administration Building at Provost, Alberta, on Thursday, 
October 8, 2015, at 10:00 a.m., the following parcels of land:
Pt. of Sec.
Sec
Twp
Rge
Mer
N.W.
6
40
9
W4 (160 Acres)





Plan
Block
Lot

8321528
7
2

(Hamlet of Cadogan)
4255AC
2
A

(Hamlet of Rosyth)
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Municipal District of Provost No. 52 may, after the public auction, become the 
owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: CASH or CERTIFIED CHEQUE.
The above property may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Provost, Alberta, July 17, 2015.
Tyler Lawrason, Administrator.
______________
Town of Black Diamond
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Town of Black Diamond will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Municipal 
Office, Town of Black Diamond, Alberta, on Monday, October 26, 2015, at 10:00 
a.m., the following parcels:
Roll No
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
62300
2
4
8111593
821 140 176
147800
8
8
613910
111 062 794
Redemption of a parcel of land offered for sale may be effected by certified payment 
of all arrears, penalties and costs at any time prior to the auction.
Each parcel of land offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Municipality 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the suitability of the 
lands for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
GST will apply to all properties subject to GST sold at the auction.
The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current 
year.
The successful bidder must, at the time of the sale, make a non-refundable ten percent 
(10%) deposit in cash, certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality, with 
the balance of the purchase price due within thirty (30) days of the sale.
No terms or conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
municipality.
The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated 
officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any parcel of land 
offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to bid for or buy a parcel of land 
on behalf of the municipality.
If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property 
cannot be sold at the public auction.
Once the property is declared sold to another individual at public auction the previous 
owner has no further right to pay the tax arrears. 
The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the auction.
The purchaser will be required to execute a Sale Agreement in form and substance 
provided by the municipality.
The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.
The purchaser will be responsible for the transfer registration fee.
The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
Joanne Irwin, Chief Administrative Office.
______________
Town of Bonnyville
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Bonnyville will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town of 
Bonnyville Council Chambers, Bonnyville, Alberta, on Thursday, October 8, 2015, at 
10:30 a.m., the following lands:
Certificate of 
Title
Legal Description 
Plan; Block; Lot
Roll Number
042209010
435EO;;10
00112400
132163259
4668NY;19;23
00177900
012227814
5752MC;9;32
00204600
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Bonnyville makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject property for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The Town of Bonnyville may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque payable by the end of day October 8th, 
2015.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Bonnyville, Alberta, July 27, 2015.
Mark Power, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Daysland
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Town of Daysland will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Municipal Office, 
Town of Daysland, Alberta, on Friday, October 9, 2015, at 10:00 a.m., the following 
parcels:
Roll No
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
240
17
1
7107X
022 272 383
297
14 - 17
14
7274S
072 244 192
498
1
-
8221993
942 238 364
Redemption of a parcel of land offered for sale may be effected by certified payment 
of all arrears, penalties and costs at any time prior to the auction.
Each parcel of land offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Municipality 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the suitability of the 
lands for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
GST will apply to all properties subject to GST sold at the auction.
The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current 
year.
The successful bidder must, at the time of the sale, make a non-refundable ten percent 
(10%) deposit in cash, certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality, with 
the balance of the purchase price due within thirty (30) days of the sale.
No terms or conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
municipality.
The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated 
officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any parcel of land 
offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to bid for or buy a parcel of land 
on behalf of the municipality.
If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property 
cannot be sold at the public auction.
Once the property is declared sold to another individual at public auction the previous 
owner has no further right to pay the tax arrears. 
The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the auction.
The purchaser will be required to execute a Sale Agreement in form and substance 
provided by the municipality.
The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.
The purchaser will be responsible for the transfer registration fee.
The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
Rod Krips, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Redwater
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Redwater will offer for sale, by public auction, in the office of the Town 
of Redwater, 4924-47 Street, Redwater, Alberta, on Tuesday, October 20, 2015, at 
10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
1
18
1473HW
042 229 277
7
2
896TR
072 582 642
22
24
782 0086
032 089 949
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 as" basis and the Town of 
Redwater 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 of Redwater.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the land to be sold.
The Town of Redwater may become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at 
the public auction, immediately after the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque, payable immediately following the public auction.  
GST will apply to all applicable lands.
Redemption may be effective by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Redwater, Alberta, July 7, 2015.
Debbie Hamilton, Town Manager.
______________
Town of Stony Plain
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Town of Stony Plain will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Municipal Office, 
Town of Stony Plain, Alberta, on Friday, November 6, 2015, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following parcels:
Roll No
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
93400
25
-
9525186
072 018 687
93500
24
-
9525186
072 012 446
126100
65
1
8220181
102 236 170
390822
-
22
0622309
062 391 654
390870
-
70
0622309
062 430 303
644600
105
2
0740361
102 284 158
Redemption of a parcel of land offered for sale may be effected by certified payment 
of all arrears, penalties and costs at any time prior to the auction.
Each parcel of land offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Municipality 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the suitability of the 
lands for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
GST will apply to all properties subject to GST sold at the auction.
The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current 
year.
The successful bidder must, at the time of the sale, make a non-refundable ten percent 
(10%) deposit in cash, certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality, with 
the balance of the purchase price due within thirty (30) days of the sale.
No terms or conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
municipality.
The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated 
officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any parcel of land 
offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to bid for or buy a parcel of land 
on behalf of the municipality.
If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property 
cannot be sold at the public auction.
Once the property is declared sold to another individual at public auction the previous 
owner has no further right to pay the tax arrears. 
The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the auction.
The purchaser will be required to execute a Sale Agreement in form and substance 
provided by the municipality.
The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.
The purchaser will be responsible for the transfer registration fee.
The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
Sharleen Horchuk, Financial Services Manager.


Town of Sundre
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Sundre will offer for sale, by public auction (sealed bids), at the Town 
Office, 717 Main Avenue W., Sundre, Alberta, on Wednesday, October 7, 2015, at 
9:00 a.m., the following lands:
Linc #
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll #
0026708420
14
3
9610892
2522.000
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Sundre 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 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 will be considered other than those specified by the Town of Sundre.
The Town of Sundre may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: All bids must be presented in a sealed envelope; Cash or Certified cheque.  A 
10% deposit is payable upon the acceptance of the bid at the public auction.  The 
balance of the accepted bid is due within thirty days from the date of the auction or 
the deposit will be forfeited and the Town will consider the next bid.  Purchaser must 
pay October 8 - Dec. 31, 2015 taxes within 30 days of purchase.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears and taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at the Town of Sundre, Alberta, August 15, 2015.
Dave Dubauskas, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Youngstown
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Youngstown will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 
Youngstown, Alberta, on Tuesday, October 6, 2015, at 11:00 a.m., the following 
lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
3-5
5
7490AP
10 & 11
18
5377AV
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Village of Youngstown may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque. Subject to Schedule A of By-law 500.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Youngstown, Alberta, July 27, 2015.
Emma Garlock, Municipal Administrator.






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