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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 111	Edmonton, Saturday, November 14, 2015	No. 21
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
September 14, 2015 
Brothers, Stephen Arthur of Calgary 
Clark, Sara Nicole of Drumheller 
El Ferro, Harbie of Calgary 
Elter, Rhonni Agnes of Peace River 
Faulmino, Priscila of Edmonton 
Giorgi, Amanda Lena of Fort McMurray 
Groenen, Jill Elaine of Red Deer 
Kristensen, Lisa Pamela Diane of Edmonton 
O'Keefe, Jonathan Daniel of Calgary 
Relling, Noreen Valerie of Peace River 
West, Caitlain Joy of Calgary
Appointment of Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
October 22, 2015 
Ren‚e Roberta Mariette Cochard, Q.C.
Reappointment of Part-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
August 30, 2015 
Johnson, Elwood Eric Plhan
 
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
November 22, 2015 
The Honourable Judge Harry Allan Bridges
For a term to expire on November 21, 2016.
November 22, 2015 
The Honourable Judge Evan Darrell Riemer
For a term to expire on November 21, 2016.
CHANGES OF NAME
Change of Name of Non-Presiding Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
October 19, 2015 
Torrens, Mandy Lynn to Woollacott, Mandy Lynn
TERMINATIONS
Termination of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
October 19, 2015 
Beamish, Jennifer Arlene 
Bourque, Nadine 
Goodbrand, Ashley Meagan 
Swelin, Janis Ethel 
Terlecki, Caron Nan-Margaret 
Yee, Michael Jonathan
 
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Forestry
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0021 119 011
N.W. 6-13-15-W4M
061 493 576
0022 263 677
N.W. 30-14-19-W4M
961 132 880
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Agriculture and Rural Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015 
(in order of event date)
Function: Dinner Meeting with Japanese VIP Meat Processors Group (Maruha 
Group) 
Date: March 18, 2014 
Amount: $850.07 
Purpose: To discuss and advance Maruha Group's trade and investment interests. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
 
Function: Getting Into Farmer's Markets 
Date: April 9, 16, 30, 2014 
Amount: $4,291.70 
Purpose: Examination of selling food products at Alberta approved farmers' markets. 
Location: Grande Prairie, Millarville & Leduc, Alberta
Function: Minister Ritz Mission to South Korea 
Date: April 11-18, 2014 
Amount: $838.73 
Purpose: International engagement and promotion of Alberta as a key supplier of 
quality, agri-food products. Dinner debrief with trade mission participants from 
Alberta. 
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Function: Industry Days 2014 
Date: May 3, 2014 
Amount: $7,722.92 
Purpose: Annual event to engage with the owners and managers of provincially 
licensed meat facilities.  An opportunity to share information, collaborate on issues 
and identify items for discussion. 
Location: Red Deer, Alberta
Function: Seoul Food Show Trade Mission 
Date: May 7-18, 2014 
Amount: $2,466.52 
Purpose: International engagement and promotion of Alberta as a key supplier of 
quality, agri-food products. Lunch debrief, dinner debrief and networking dinner 
reception during Food Show. 
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Function: Poultry Research Centre Open House: The Science Behind the Hen House 
Doors 
Date: May 14, 2014 
Amount: $2,720.93 
Purpose: Students of Poultry Research Centre (PRC) present posters of research 
results and researcher program updates. Invited participants include those in the PRC 
Adopt-a-Hen program; poultry allied industry members; poultry farmers; PRC 
researchers and students; and government staff. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Seminar - National Restaurant Association Show 
Date: May 18, 2014 
Amount: $964.16 
Purpose: Brief companies on the opportunities and challenges in the food service 
sector in the Midwest / Upper Midwest and Eastern United States. 
Location: Chicago, Illinois
 
Function: Ministerial Mission and Food Barley Trade and Technical Mission 
Date: May 20 & 29, 2014 
Amount: $2,476.87 
Purpose: To meet with key Japanese industry stakeholders during two missions to 
gather information on opportunities and collaboration and identify challenges. 
Location: Tokyo & Oita, Japan
Function: Dairy Research and Extension Consortium of Alberta (DRECA) 
Symposium 2014 "Building the Connections" 
Date: May 21, 2014 
Amount: $7,405.55 
Purpose: DRECA is a partnership between Alberta Milk, University of Alberta (U of 
A), University of Calgary (U of C) and Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) 
and is used as a platform for dairy research collaboration and support. ARD hosted 
the symposium in 2014. Researchers from U of A, U of C, Alberta Milk committee 
members - staff and producers, ARD (researchers, staff from Chief Provincial Vet's 
office, extension and business development personnel, etc.) veterinarians, etc. 
Location: Nisku, Alberta
Function: Minister's Asia Mission to Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Singapore 
Date: May 22 - June 4, 2014 
Amount: $1,217.18 
Purpose: Hosting of agri-food government and industry representatives from Alberta, 
Canada; China; and Singapore. 
Location: Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Singapore
Function: Alberta Delegation Lunch in Singapore and Investor Dinners 
Date: June 13-22, 2014 
Amount: $682.67 
Purpose: Dinners with Hong Kong and Singapore investors and partners.  Lunch for 
members of the Alberta Delegation in Singapore.  To attract firms capital and 
investment to Alberta. 
Location: Singapore
Function: Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development Participation in Minister 
Ritz's Mission to China 
Date: June 13-22, 2014 
Amount: $630.32 
Purpose: Assistant Deputy Minister Jamie Curran represented Agriculture and Rural 
Development in the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Ministerial mission 
to China in June 2014. Hospitality covered AAFC cost-recovery for in-market 
receptions and events, as well as meals with key industry and government 
stakeholders. 
Location: Beijing & Guangzhou, China
 
Function: Canada Food West 2014 - networking reception 
Date: June 16, 2014 
Amount: $11,027.87 
Purpose: This networking reception was a component of the Canada Food West 
tabletop showcase, a New West Partnership initiative. This component brought 
together 60 Western Canadian companies (approximately 90-95 representatives) with 
40 qualified international buyers, as well as government representatives. This 
reception allowed companies to continue discussions which began during the daytime 
tabletop event. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: 4-H Consultations 
Date: June 17, 18 & 24, 2014 
Amount: $2,445.11 
Purpose: To provide stakeholders input regarding a proposal submitted to the 
Minister. 
Location: Strathmore, Stettler, Grande Prairie & Leduc, Alberta
Function: Turkey Outgoing Mission; lunch and dinner meetings with key clients 
Date: June 19 - July 1, 2014 
Amount: $737.65 
Purpose: International engagement and promotion of Alberta as a key supplier of 
quality, agri-food products. 
Location: Ankara, Izmir, Erzurum, Gaziantep & Istanbul
Function: United States Agriculture/International Livestock Congress and Stampede 
International Reception 
Date: July 7-10, 2014 
Amount: $1,692.93 
Purpose: Support the Consulates of Minneapolis and Denver's incoming Mandatory 
Country of Origin Labelling (mCOOL) advocacy mission of United States beef 
producers from Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming and Colorado consisting of 
roundtables on mCOOL and beef production, including tours, the International 
Livestock Congress and International Reception. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Coalition Call-to-Action 
Date: July 14, 2014 
Amount: $1,423.34 
Purpose: Bring together Edmonton farmer's market management, agricultural 
producers and farmer's market stakeholders to commit to the value of collaboration to 
improve industry growth and reach. Identify stakeholders and their roles. Establish 
core working group. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
 
Function: Commercial Manure Applicator Workshop 
Date: July 15, 2014 
Amount: $739.69 
Purpose: Attendance at the Commercial Manure Applicator Workshop is a pre-
requisite to access funding under the Growing Forward 2 - Confined Feeding 
Operation Stewardship Program. This workshop will ensure all potential applicants 
have the same basic understanding of the legislation and regulations that govern their 
business in the province, as well as recommended practices for handling, hauling and 
land applying manure in an environmentally responsible and safe manner. 
Location: Olds, Alberta
Function: Century Farm & Ranch Recognition Events 
Date: July 9, 16, 26, August 2 & 20, 2014 
Amount: $13,415.22 
Purpose: To recognize the 2013 recipients of the Century Farm & Ranch Award. 
Location: Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Red Deer, Camrose & Lloydminster, Alberta
Function: Kazakhstan Outgoing Mission; lunch and dinner meetings with key clients 
Date: August 3-10, 2014 
Amount: $945.38 
Purpose: International engagement and promotion of Alberta as a key supplier of 
quality, agri-food products. 
Location: Astana, Almaty, & Kostanay/ Kazakhstan
Function: Harper's Bazaar Magazine incoming delegation 
Date: August 9-15, 2014 
Amount: $617.02 
Purpose: Harper's Bazaar China visited Alberta to profile Alberta's agriculture and 
environment in their Green Journey column. A Chinese celebrity was featured in a 10 
page photo shoot of Alberta, showcasing farms and scenery near Calgary and Banff. 
This project helped Alberta producers to capitalize on safety and health value for the 
province's agri-food products in this priority market, by highlighting Alberta's 
landscape in which these foods are grown and produced. 
Location: Calgary & Banff, Alberta
Function: Brazil Outgoing Mission to Expointer / Advocacy Market Development 
Meetings 
Date: August 30 - September 13, 2014 
Amount: $746.63 
Purpose: International engagement and promotion of Alberta as a key supplier of 
quality, agri-food products. 
Location: Porto Alegre, Sao Paolo, Brazil
Function: Alberta's Food Processing Champion Session 
Date: September 17, 2014 
Amount: $2,220.95 
Purpose: To promote Alberta as an investment and import destination to Japanese 
stakeholders. 
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Function: Best Practices Mission 
Date: September 23-26, 2014 
Amount: $26,090.10 
Purpose: The Best Practice Mission is part of the Growing Forward 2 Productivity 
Improvement project. This mission is organized by Agriculture and Rural 
Development staff and will give the opportunity to Alberta agri-food processors to 
tour four different manufacturing facilities outside Alberta. The purpose is to 
showcase companies that are more advanced and can clearly demonstrate lean 
thinking principles in order to assist Alberta companies to continue on their lean 
journey. 
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Function: Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame Award Ceremony Banquet 
Date: October 3, 2014 
Amount: $22,078.99 
Purpose: Minister to honour individuals who have made outstanding contributions to 
agriculture and rural development to exemplify leadership and accomplishment. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Public Policy Forum Annual Western Dinner 
Date: October 23, 2014 
Amount: $2,500.00 
Purpose: Presentation of the Peter Lougheed Award for Leadership in Public Policy 
presented in recognition of exceptional Western Canadian policy leadership with a 
national impact. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Poultry Forum Event 
Date: October 23, 2014 
Amount: $1,354.30 
Purpose: Growing Forward 2 Research Opportunities and Innovation Internal 
Initiatives has allocated funds for a poultry forum series through the "Poultry Skills 
and Knowledge Development -Western Poultry Conference and Poultry Forum 
Series" project. The forum will bring experts on poultry nutrition together with 
producers in an informal setting that allows for a more personal question and answer 
period than is found in large conference settings. The premise is to allow for a greater 
degree of knowledge transfer, both from experts as well as other producers. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Getting Into Farming Workshop 
Date: October 30, 2014 
Amount: $1,170.16 
Purpose: Participants in the workshop will gain knowledge about farming, financing, 
production, etc. Topics will include resources, contacts, mentorships, working on 
farms, educational courses. 
Location: Airdrie, Alberta
 
Function: Farmfair International 2014 
Date: November 4-8, 2014 
Amount: $2,542.48 
Purpose: Provide lunch to welcome international guests to Alberta and provide an 
overview of agriculture trade in Alberta. Diversifying markets to expand the 
economy, building Alberta's reputation as a global citizen, and preparing Albertans 
for success in the global community. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Outgoing Mission to India 
Date: November 17-28, 2014 
Amount: $770.85 
Purpose: International engagement and promotion of Alberta as a key supplier of 
quality, agri-food products and services, advocacy for market access. 
Location: Delhi, Mumbai & Chandigarh, India
Function: Japan and Korea Food Trade Mission and Tabletop Showcase Event 
Date: November 19, 2014 
Amount: $4,550.68 
Purpose: The Japan and Korea Food Trade Mission is an approved Growing Forward 
2 funded project. This project comprises of a five-day program designed for 
Alberta/Canadian companies to meet with and promote their products targeted food 
importers for the retail, foodservice and food manufacturing channels in the Japanese 
and Korean markets. 
Location: Osaka, Japan
Function: Continuous Improvement Workshop 
Date: November 25, 2014 
Amount: $4,417.00 
Purpose: Find out how your business can add value while limiting waste, change 
practices to increase efficiency. Apply lean thinking principles, tools and processes 
from field to market and incorporate a culture of learning. 
Location: Leduc, Alberta
Function: Southeast Asia Livestock Mission 
Date: December 4-20, 2014 
Amount: $1,206.23 
Purpose: Hosting during the Southeast Asia Livestock Mission to the Philippines and 
Vietnam. This mission will seek to grow opportunities in Southeast Asia for Alberta 
providers of livestock, genetics, feed and related equipment through seminars and 
targeted industry and government outreach. Hosting also for meetings with Chinese 
livestock industry and government officials, as well as future project partners. 
Location: Manila, Philippines, Hanoi, Vietnam, Wuhan & Beijing, China
 
Function: 2015 Legislative Agriculture Chairs (LAC) Summit 
Date: January 2-4, 2015 
Amount: $5,270.36 
Purpose: The 50 US State of Agriculture Chairs, Canada's Ministers of Agriculture, 
the federal government and industry representatives gather annually to informally 
discuss agriculture legislation, bi-lateral trade barriers (US COOL) and the current 
state of our respective agriculture sectors in order to promote policy solutions to 
issues. 
Location: Clearwater, Florida, USA
Function: Gulfood Mission, including Beef Promo Project, Bahrain Matchmaking 
event and Saudi Retail Ready Products 
Date: February 6-20, 2015 
Amount: $30,871.29  
Purpose: Diversifying markets to expand the economy and preparing Albertans for 
success in the global community. Promote Canada as a cohesive supplier of premium 
products through Alberta's participation at Gulfood 2015. Promote Alberta beef in 
collaboration with Canadian Consulate in Dubai and Canada Beef Inc. 
Location: Dubai, Bahrain & Saudi Arabia
Function: Kazakhstan Farmers and Deputy Governor of Aytrau Incoming Mission 
Date: February 22-28, 2015 
Amount: $7,028.98 
Purpose: As a follow up from Alberta's continued engagement with Kazakhstan and 
the 2013 Ministerial Mission, a delegation of 25 farmers and cattle buyers including 
Deputy Governor of Aytrau is visiting Alberta. This focuses on increasing Alberta's 
cattle exports to Kazakhstan by profiling Alberta's expertise in the livestock sector. 
Location: Calgary & Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Social License in Agriculture 
Date: March 11, 2015 
Amount: $2,025.25 
Purpose: Increase knowledge and understanding of social license, identify and 
understand drivers of social license, and how can the agriculture industry develop 
strategies to gain social license with consumers. 
Location: Leduc, Alberta
Function: Seeding the BioEconomy: Growing Alberta BioClusters 
Date: March 12, 2015 
Amount: $7,513.36 
Purpose: This event is to connect businesses, economic development authorities and 
academia together from across Alberta in the bio industrial industry to identify 
opportunities to build on existing resources and enable businesses to collaborate and 
grow utilizing agricultural resources for value added products and processing. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
 
Function: 2015 Agra Middle East Mission 
Date: March 15-25, 2015 
Amount: $2,916.12 
Purpose: Diversifying markets to expand the economy and preparing Albertans for 
success in the global community. Promote Canada as a cohesive supplier of premium 
products through Alberta's participation at 2015 Agra Middle East Trade Show. 
Promote Alberta's forage/equipment manufacturers in United Arab Emirates and 
Saudi Arabia. 
Location: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia
Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency
Hosting Expenses Over $600.00 
For the time period April 1,2014 - March 31, 2015 
(in order of event date)
Function: ALMA Board Dinner 
Date: May 28, 2014 
Amount: $752.60 
Purpose: Board working dinner including guest speakers. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Alberta Cattle Feeders' Association - 2014 Big on Beef - The Surreal 
Experience 
Date: June 13, 2014 
Amount: $2,000.00 
Purpose: To network with key beef industry representatives. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: ALMA Board Dinner 
Date: September 30, 2014 
Amount: $2,172.42 
Purpose: Board working dinner including guest speakers. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: ALMA Board Dinner 
Date: January 27, 2015 
Amount: $1,689.33 
Purpose: Board working dinner including guest speakers. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: ALMA Board Dinner 
Date: March 24, 2015 
Amount: $1,640.79 
Purpose: Board working dinner including guest speakers. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
 
Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  The City of Calgary 
Consideration:  $791,000.00 
Land Description:  Plan 1510721, Block 41, Lot 7.  Excepting thereout all mines and 
minerals.  Area:  0.596 Hectares (1.47 Acres) more or less.
Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
Payment made between April 1, 2014 and September 30, 2015
Function: Canadian Association of Administrators of Labour Law (CAALL) 
Mediation and Conciliation Committee Annual Meeting 
Date: May 13, 2014 
Amount: $795.05 
Purpose: Welcome dinner to CAALL members. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) Dinner 
Date: May 21, 2014 
Amount: $3,802.65 
Purpose: Discussed with business/community leaders and Canadian Forces military 
personnel about JSTL employment initiatives, including "Base to Business" and 
"Helmets to Hard Hats." 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Work Safe Alberta OHS Awards Luncheon 
Date: May 21, 2014 
Amount: $2,578.39 
Purpose: Recognized and awarded employers and individuals who have created 
healthier and safer workplaces. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Guiding Innovation: Evaluations, Outcomes and Lessons Learned 
Date: October 23, 2014 
Amount: $1,177.75 
Purpose: Symposium for knowledge sharing and learning of "English as a Second 
Language" private and government stakeholders. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
 
Function: 2015 Annual Conference of Labour Board Chairs and Administrators  
Date: June 17 to 19, 2015 
Amount: $1,900.08 
Purpose: Hosted annual Labour Board Chairs and Administrators conference. The 
cost for this conference was fully recovered from registration fees paid by attendees 
from other Boards. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: Work Safe Alberta OHS Awards Luncheon 
Date: May 8, 2015 
Amount: $1,696.50 
Purpose: Recognized and awarded employers and individuals who have created 
healthier and safer workplaces. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Municipal Affairs
Ministerial Order No. MAG:016/15
(Municipal Government Act)
I, Deron Bilous, Minister of Municipal Affairs, under Ministerial Order MAG:016/15 
made pursuant to the Municipal Government Act and the applicable regulations, have 
established the following:
The 2015 Alberta Assessment Quality Minister's Guidelines; and
The 2015 Recording and Reporting Information for Assessment Audit and Equalized 
Assessment Manual.
Copies of the 2015 Alberta Assessment Quality Minister's Guidelines and the 2015 
Recording and Reporting Information for Assessment Audit and Equalized 
Assessment Manual are available to the public on the Alberta Municipal Affairs 
website below:
http://municipalaffairs.alberta.ca/mc_property_assessment_and_taxation_legislation. 
cfm and at the Alberta Queen's Printer Bookstore.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on October 21, 2015.
 
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
EES Inspections Inc, Accreditation No. A000885, Order No. 2961
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act for Elevators.
Accredited Date: October 26, 2015	Issued Date: October 26, 2015.
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Tidewater Midstream Infrastructure Ltd, Accreditation No. C000883, Order No. 
2954
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.
Accredited Date: October 27, 2015	Issued Date: October 27, 2015.
Joint Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Municipal District of Taber, Town of Vauxhall, Accreditation No. J000886, Order 
No. 2965
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 Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code, including investigations.   Excluding 
Part 4 requirements for tank storage of flammable and combustible liquids. Excluding 
any or all things, processes or activities located on all existing and future industrial 
facilities that are owned by or under the care and control of an accredited 
corporations.
Accredited Date: October 27, 2015	Issued Date: October 27, 2015.
Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Taber, Accreditation No. M000118, Order No. 0474
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 Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code including investigations.  Excluding 
Part 4 requirements for Tank storage of flammable and combustible liquids.
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: December 5, 2002	Issued Date: October 22, 2015.
Municipal Accreditation - Cancellation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Municipal District of Taber, Accreditation No M000441, Order No. 0978
Due to the voluntary withdrawal from accreditation, is to cease administration under 
the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code, including investigations, including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
Excluding Part 4 requirements for tank storage for flammable and combustible 
liquids.
Date: October 27, 2015.
 
Pursuant to section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Vauxhall, Accreditation No M000258, Order No. 0561
Due to the voluntary withdrawal from accreditation, is to cease administration under 
the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code, including investigations, including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
Date: October 27, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 11-102  
PASSPORT SYSTEM
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 11-102 PASSPORT SYSTEM
1.	Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	Appendix D is amended by repealing the following:
Rights offering 
requirements
NI 45-101
3.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102  
SYSTEM FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
 
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102  
SYSTEM FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD
1.	Multilateral Instrument 13-102 System Fees for SEDAR and NRD is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Subsection 1(2) is amended by replacing 
rights offering
National Instrument 45-101 Rights 
Offerings
with
rights offering circular
Section 2.1 of National Instrument 45-106 
Prospectus Exemptions
3.	Column B of Item 13 of Appendix B is amended by replacing "Rights 
offering material" with "Rights offering circular". 
4.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 13-101  
SYSTEM FOR ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT ANALYSIS AND RETRIEVAL 
(SEDAR)
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 13-101 
SYSTEM FOR ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT ANALYSIS AND RETRIEVAL 
(SEDAR)
1.	National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and 
Retrieval (SEDAR) is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Paragraph II.A.(a) of Appendix A is amended by 
a.	repealing items 17 and 18, and  
b.	adding the following items:
19.	Rights Offering - Circular 
20.	Rights Offering - Minimal Connection.
3.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 41-101  
GENERAL PROSPECTUS REQUIREMENTS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 41-101  
GENERAL PROSPECTUS REQUIREMENTS
1.	National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	The following Part is added after section 8.3:
PART 8A: Rights Offerings
Application and definitions
8A.1(1)	This Part applies to an issuer that files a preliminary or final prospectus to 
distribute rights. 
(2)	In this Part, 
"additional subscription privilege" means a privilege, granted to a holder of a 
right, to subscribe for a security not subscribed for by any holder under a basic 
subscription privilege;
"basic subscription privilege" means a privilege to subscribe for the number or 
amount of securities set out in a rights certificate held by the holder of the 
rights certificate;
"managing dealer" means a person or company that has entered into an 
agreement with an issuer under which the person or company has agreed to 
organize and participate in the solicitation of the exercise of the rights issued 
by the issuer; 
"market price" means, for securities of a class for which there is a published 
market,
(a)	except as provided in paragraph (b),
(i)	if the published market provides a closing price, the simple 
average of the closing price of securities of that class on the 
published market for each of the trading days on which 
there was a closing price falling not more than 20 trading 
days immediately before the day as of which the market 
price is being determined, or
(ii)	if the published market does not provide a closing price, 
but provides only the highest and lowest prices of securities 
of the class traded, the average of the simple averages of 
the highest and lowest prices of securities of the class on 
the published market for each of the trading days on which 
there were highest and lowest prices falling not more than 
20 trading days immediately before the day as of which the 
market price is being determined, or
(b)	if trading of securities of the class on the published market has 
occurred on fewer than 10 of the immediately preceding 20 
trading days, the average of the following amounts established for 
each of the 20 trading days immediately before the day as of 
which the market price is being determined: 
(i)	the average of the closing bid and closing ask prices for 
each day on which there was no trading;
(ii)	if the published market
(A)	provides a closing price of securities of the class for 
each day that there was trading, the closing price, or
(B)	provides only the highest and lowest prices, the 
average of the highest and lowest prices of securities 
of that class for each day that there was trading; 
"published market" means, for a class of securities, a marketplace on which the 
securities are traded, if the prices at which they have been traded on that 
marketplace are regularly
(a)	disseminated electronically, or
(b)	published in a newspaper or business or financial publication of 
general and regular paid circulation; 
"soliciting dealer" means a person or company whose interest in a distribution 
of rights is limited to soliciting the exercise of the rights by holders of those 
rights;
"stand-by commitment" means an agreement by a person or company to 
acquire the securities of an issuer not subscribed for under the basic 
subscription privilege or the additional subscription privilege.
(3)	For the purpose of the definition of "market price", if there is more than one 
published market for a security and 
(a)	only one of the published markets is in Canada, the market price 
is determined solely by reference to that market,
(b)	more than one of the published markets is in Canada, the market 
price is determined solely by reference to the published market in 
Canada on which the greatest volume of trading in the particular 
class of securities occurred during the 20 trading days 
immediately before the date as of which the market price is being 
determined, and 
(c)	none of the published markets are in Canada, the market price is 
determined solely by reference to the published market on which 
the greatest volume of trading in the particular class of securities 
occurred during the 20 trading days immediately before the date 
as of which the market price is being determined.
Filing of prospectus for a rights offering
8A.2	(1) An issuer must not file a prospectus for a distribution of rights unless all of 
the following apply:
(a)	in addition to qualifying the distribution of the rights, the 
prospectus qualifies the distribution of the securities issuable 
upon the exercise of the rights;
(b)	if there is a managing dealer, the managing dealer complies with 
section 5.9 as if the dealer were an underwriter; 
(c)	the exercise period for the rights is at least 21 days after the date 
on which the prospectus is sent to security holders;
(d)	the subscription price for a security to be issued upon the exercise 
of a right is,
(i)	if there is a published market for the security, lower than 
the market price of the security on the date of the final 
prospectus, or
(ii)	if there is no published market for the security, lower than 
the fair value of the security on the date of the final 
prospectus unless the issuer restricts all of its insiders from 
increasing their proportionate interest in the issuer through 
the exercise of the rights distributed under the prospectus 
or through a stand-by commitment.
(2)	If subparagraph (1)(d)(ii) applies, the issuer must deliver to the regulator or, in 
Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority independent evidence of fair value. 
Additional subscription privilege
8A.3	An issuer must not grant an additional subscription privilege to a holder of a 
right unless all of the following apply:
(a)	the issuer grants the additional subscription privilege to all 
holders of a  right;
(b)	each holder of a right is entitled to receive, upon the exercise of 
the additional subscription privilege, the number or amount of 
securities equal to the lesser of
(i)	the number or amount of securities subscribed for by the 
holder under the additional subscription privilege, and
(ii)	the number calculated in accordance with the following 
formula:
x(y/z) where 
x = the aggregate number or amount of securities available 
through unexercised rights after giving effect to the basic 
subscription privilege; 
y = the number of rights exercised by the holder under the 
basic subscription privilege;
z = the aggregate number of rights exercised under the 
basic subscription privilege by holders of the rights that 
have subscribed for securities under the additional 
subscription privilege;
(c)	all unexercised rights have been allocated on a pro rata basis to 
holders who subscribed for additional securities under the 
additional subscription privilege; 
(d)	the subscription price for the additional subscription privilege is 
the same as the subscription price for the basic subscription 
privilege.
Stand-by commitments
8A.4	If an issuer enters into a stand-by commitment for a distribution of rights, all of 
the following apply:
(a)	the issuer must grant an additional subscription privilege to all 
holders of a right;
(b)	the issuer must deliver to the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the 
securities regulatory authority evidence that the person or 
company providing the stand-by commitment has the financial 
ability to carry out the stand-by commitment; 
(c)	the subscription price under the stand-by commitment must be the 
same as the subscription price under the basic subscription 
privilege. 
 
Appointment of depository
8A.5 	If an issuer has stated in a prospectus that no security will be issued upon the 
exercise of a right unless a stand-by commitment is provided, or unless 
proceeds of no less than the stated minimum amount are received by the issuer, 
all of the following apply: 
(a)	the issuer must appoint a depository to hold all money received 
upon the exercise of the rights until either the stand-by 
commitment is provided or the stated minimum amount is 
received and the depository is one of the following:
(i)	a Canadian financial institution;
(ii)	a registrant in the jurisdiction in which the funds are 
proposed to be held that is acting as managing dealer 
for the distribution of the rights, or, if there is no 
managing dealer for the distribution of the rights, 
that is acting as a soliciting dealer; 
(b)	the issuer and the depository must enter into an agreement, the 
terms of which require the depository to return the money referred 
to in paragraph (a) in full to the holders of rights that have 
subscribed for securities under the distribution of the rights if the 
stand-by commitment is not provided or if the stated minimum 
amount is not received by the depository during the exercise 
period for the rights. 
Amendment
8A.6 	If an issuer has filed a final prospectus for a distribution of rights, the issuer 
must not change the terms of the distribution.. 
3.	Paragraph 9.2(b) is amended by deleting "and" at the end of subparagraph 
(ii), by  replacing the "." with ";" and by adding the following 
subparagraphs:
(iv)	Evidence of financial ability - the evidence of financial ability 
required to be delivered under section 8A.4 if it has not 
previously been delivered; and
(v)	Evidence of fair value - the evidence of fair value required to be 
delivered under subsection 8A.2(2) if it has not previously been 
delivered..
4.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
 
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 44-101  
SHORT FORM PROSPECTUS DISTRIBUTIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 44-101  
SHORT FORM PROSPECTUS DISTRIBUTIONS
1.	National Instrument 44-101 Short Form Prospectus Distributions is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Paragraph 4.2(b) is amended by deleting "and" at the end of subparagraph 
(ii), by replacing the "." with "," and by adding the following subparagraphs:
(iv)	the evidence of financial ability required to be delivered 
under section 8A.4 of NI 41-101 if it has not previously 
been delivered, and
(v)	the evidence of fair value required to be delivered under 
subsection 8A.2(2) of NI 41-101 if it has not previously 
been delivered..
3.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-102  
RESALE OF SECURITIES
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-102 RESALE OF SECURITIES
1.	National Instrument 45-102 Resale of Securities is amended by this 
Instrument.
 
2.	Appendix E is amended by replacing "section 2.1 [Rights offering]" with:
*	section 2.1	[Rights offering - reporting issuer]
*	section 2.1.1	[Rights offering - stand-by commitment]
*	section 2.1.2	[Rights offering - issuer with a minimal  
		connection to Canada].
3.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-106  
PROSPECTUS EXEMPTIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-106 PROSPECTUS EXEMPTIONS
1.	National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	Section 2.1 is replaced with the following:
Rights offering - reporting issuer


2.1 (1) In this section and sections 2.1.1, 2.1.2, 2.1.3 and 2.1.4, 
"additional subscription privilege" means a privilege, granted to a holder of 
a right, to subscribe for a security not subscribed for by any holder under a 
basic subscription privilege; 
"basic subscription privilege" means a privilege to subscribe for the number 
or amount of securities set out in a rights certificate held by the holder of the 
rights certificate;
"closing date" means the date of completion of the distribution of the 
securities issued upon exercise of the rights issued under this section; 
"listing representation" means a representation that a security will be listed or 
quoted, or that an application has been or will be made to list or quote the 
security, either on an exchange or on a quotation and trade reporting system, in 
a foreign jurisdiction; 
"listing representation prohibition" means the provisions of securities 
legislation set out in Appendix C;
"managing dealer" means a person that has entered into an agreement with an 
issuer under which the person has agreed to organize and participate in the 
solicitation of the exercise of the rights issued by the issuer; 
"market price" means, for securities of a class for which there is a published 
market,
(a)	except as provided in paragraph (b),
(i)	if the published market provides a closing price, the simple 
average of the closing price of securities of that class on the 
published market for each of the trading days on which 
there was a closing price falling not more than 20 trading 
days immediately before the day as of which the market 
price is being determined, or
(ii)	if the published market does not provide a closing price, 
but provides only the highest and lowest prices of securities 
of the class traded, the average of the simple averages of 
the highest and lowest prices of securities of the class on 
the published market for each of the trading days on which 
there were highest and lowest prices falling not more than 
20 trading days immediately before the day as of which the 
market price is being determined, or
(b)	if trading of securities of the class on the published market has 
occurred on fewer than 10 of the immediately preceding 20 
trading days, the average of the following amounts established for 
each of the 20 trading days immediately before the day as of 
which the market price is being determined: 
(i)	the average of the closing bid and closing ask prices for 
each day on which there was no trading;
(ii)	if the published market
(A)	provides a closing price of securities of the class for 
each day that there was trading, the closing price, or
(B)	provides only the highest and lowest prices, the 
average of the highest and lowest prices of securities 
of that class for each day that there was trading; 
"published market" means, for a class of securities, a marketplace on which 
the securities are traded, if the prices at which they have been traded on that 
marketplace are regularly
(a)	disseminated electronically, or
(b)	published in a newspaper or business or financial publication of 
general and regular paid circulation; 
"rights offering circular" means a completed Form 45-106F15 Rights 
Offering Circular for Reporting Issuers;
"rights offering notice" means a completed Form 45-106F14 Rights Offering 
Notice for Reporting Issuers;
"secondary market liability provisions" means the provisions of securities 
legislation set out in Appendix D opposite the name of the local jurisdiction;
"soliciting dealer" means a person whose interest in a distribution of rights is 
limited to soliciting the exercise of the rights by holders of those rights; 
"stand-by commitment" means an agreement by a person to acquire the 
securities of an issuer not subscribed for under the basic subscription privilege 
or the additional subscription privilege;
"stand-by guarantor" means a person who agrees to provide the stand-by 
commitment.
(2) For the purpose of the definition of "market price", if there is more than one 
published market for a security and 
(a)	only one of the published markets is in Canada, the market price is 
determined solely by reference to that market,
(b)	more than one of the published markets is in Canada, the market price is 
determined solely by reference to the published market in Canada on 
which the greatest volume of trading in the particular class of securities 
occurred during the 20 trading days immediately before the date as of 
which the market price is being determined, and 
(c)	none of the published markets are in Canada, the market price is 
determined solely by reference to the published market on which the 
greatest volume of trading in the particular class of securities occurred 
during the 20 trading days immediately before the date as of which the 
market price is being determined.
(3) The prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution by an issuer, of a right 
to purchase a security of the issuer's own issue, to a security holder of the issuer if all 
of the following apply:
(a)	the issuer is a reporting issuer in at least one jurisdiction of Canada; 
(b)	if the issuer is a reporting issuer in the local jurisdiction, the issuer has 
filed all periodic and timely disclosure documents that it is required to 
have filed in that jurisdiction as required by each of the following:
(i)	applicable securities legislation;
(ii)	an order issued by the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities 
regulatory authority; 
(iii)	an undertaking to the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities 
regulatory authority; 
(c)	before the commencement of the exercise period for the rights, the issuer 
files and sends the rights offering notice to all security holders, resident 
in Canada, of the class of securities to be issued upon exercise of the 
rights; 
(d)	concurrently with filing the rights offering notice, the issuer files a rights 
offering circular;
(e)	the basic subscription privilege is available on a pro rata basis to the 
security holders, resident in Canada, of the class of securities to be 
distributed upon the exercise of the rights;
(f)	in Qu‚bec, the documents filed under paragraphs (c) and (d) are 
prepared in French or in French and English;
(g)	the subscription price for a security to be issued upon the exercise of a 
right is: 
(i)	if there is a published market for the security, lower than the 
market price of the security on the day the rights offering notice is 
filed, or
(ii)	if there is no published market for the security, lower than the fair 
value of the security on the day the rights offering notice is filed 
unless the issuer restricts all of its insiders from increasing their 
proportionate interest in the issuer through the exercise of the 
rights distributed or through a stand-by commitment;
(h)	if the distribution includes an additional subscription privilege, all of the 
following apply:
(i)	the issuer grants the additional subscription privilege to all 
holders of the rights; 
(ii)	each holder of a right is entitled to receive, upon the exercise of 
the additional subscription privilege, the number or amount of 
securities equal to the lesser of
(A)	the number or amount of securities subscribed for by the 
holder under the additional subscription privilege, and
(B)	the number or amount calculated in accordance with the 
following formula:
x(y/z) where 
x = the aggregate number or amount of securities available 
through unexercised rights after giving effect to the basic 
subscription privilege; 
y = the number of rights exercised by the holder under the 
basic subscription privilege;
z = the aggregate number of rights exercised under the 
basic subscription privilege by holders of the rights that 
have subscribed for securities under the additional 
subscription privilege;
(iii)	all unexercised rights have been allocated on a pro rata basis to 
holders who subscribed for additional securities under the 
additional subscription privilege;
(iv)	the subscription price for the additional subscription privilege is 
the same as the subscription price for the basic subscription 
privilege; 
(i)	if the issuer enters into a stand-by commitment, all of the following 
apply:
(i)	the issuer has granted an additional subscription privilege to all 
holders of the rights;
(ii)	the issuer has included a statement in the rights offering circular 
that the issuer has confirmed that the stand-by guarantor has the 
financial ability to carry out its stand-by commitment; 
(iii)	the subscription price under the stand-by commitment is the same 
as the subscription price under the basic subscription privilege; 
(j)	if the issuer has stated in its rights offering circular that no security will 
be issued upon the exercise of a right unless a stand-by commitment is 
provided, or unless proceeds of no less than the stated minimum amount 
are received by the issuer, all of the following apply: 
(i)	the issuer has appointed a depository to hold all money received 
upon the exercise of the rights until either the stand-by 
commitment is provided or the stated minimum amount is 
received and the depository is one of the following:
(A)	a Canadian financial institution; 
(B)	a registrant in the jurisdiction in which the funds are 
proposed to be held that is acting as managing dealer for 
the distribution of the rights or, if there is no managing 
dealer for the distribution of the rights, that is acting as a 
soliciting dealer; 
(ii)	the issuer and the depository have entered into an agreement, the 
terms of which require the depository to return the money referred 
to in subparagraph (i) in full to the holders of rights that have 
subscribed for securities under the distribution of the rights if the 
stand-by commitment is not provided or if the stated minimum 
amount is not received by the depository during the exercise 
period for the rights;
(k)	the rights offering circular contains the following statement: 
"There is no material fact or material change about [name of 
issuer] that has not been generally disclosed". 
(4) An issuer must not file an amendment to a rights offering circular filed under 
paragraph (3)(d) unless
(a)	the amendment amends and restates the rights offering circular, 
(b)	the issuer files the amended rights offering circular before the earlier of
(i)	the listing date of the rights, if the issuer lists the rights for 
trading, and
(ii)	the date the exercise period for the rights commences, and
(c)	the issuer issues and files a news release explaining the reason for the 
amendment concurrently with the filing of the amended rights offering 
circular.
(5) On the closing date or as soon as practicable following the closing date, the issuer 
must issue and file a news release containing all of the following information:
(a)	the aggregate gross proceeds of the distribution;
(b)	the number or amount of securities distributed under the basic 
subscription privilege to
(i)	all persons who were insiders before the distribution or became 
insiders as a result of the distribution, as a group, to the 
knowledge of the issuer after reasonable inquiry, and
(ii)	all other persons, as a group;  
(c)	the number or amount of securities distributed under the additional 
subscription privilege to 
(i)	all persons who were insiders before the distribution or became 
insiders as a result of the distribution, as a group, to the 
knowledge of the issuer after reasonable inquiry, and
(ii)	all other persons, as a group;
(d)	the number or amount of securities distributed under any stand-by 
commitment;
(e)	the number or amount of securities of the class issued and outstanding as 
of the closing date; 
(f)	the amount of any fees or commissions paid in connection with the 
distribution. 
(6) Subsection (3) does not apply to a distribution of rights if any of the following 
apply:
(a)	there would be an increase of more than 100% in the number, or, in the 
case of debt, the principal amount, of the outstanding securities of the 
class to be issued upon the exercise of the rights, assuming the exercise 
of all rights issued under a distribution of rights by the issuer during the 
12 months immediately before the date of the rights offering circular; 
(b)	the exercise period for the rights is less than 21 days, or more than 90 
days, and commences after the day the rights offering notice is sent to 
security holders;  
(c)	the issuer has entered into an agreement that provides for the payment of 
a fee to a person for soliciting the exercise of rights by holders of rights 
that were not security holders of the issuer immediately before the 
distribution under subsection (3) and that fee is higher than the fee 
payable for soliciting the exercise of rights by holders of rights that were 
security holders at that time..
3.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following sections:
Rights offering - stand-by commitment



2.1.1	The prospectus requirement does not apply to the distribution of a security by 
an issuer to a stand-by guarantor as part of a distribution under section 2.1 if the 
stand-by guarantor acquires the security as principal. 
Rights offering - issuer with a minimal connection to Canada



2.1.2(1) The prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution by an issuer, of a 
right to purchase a security of the issuer's own issue, to a security holder of the issuer 
if all of the following apply:
(a)	to the knowledge of the issuer after reasonable inquiry,
(i)	the number of beneficial holders of the class for which the rights 
are issued that are resident in Canada does not constitute 10% or 
more of all holders of that class, and
(ii)	the number or amount of securities of the issuer of the class for 
which the rights are issued that are beneficially held by security 
holders that are resident in Canada does not constitute, in the 
aggregate, 10% or more of the outstanding securities of that class;
(b)	all materials sent to any other security holders for the distribution of the 
rights are concurrently filed and sent to each security holder of the issuer 
that is resident in Canada;
(c)	the issuer files a written notice that it is relying on this exemption and a 
certificate that states that, to the knowledge of the person signing the 
certificate after reasonable inquiry, 
(i)	the number of beneficial holders of the class for which the rights 
are issued that are resident in Canada does not constitute 10% or 
more of all holders of that class, and
(ii)	the number or amount of securities of the issuer of the class for 
which the rights are issued that are beneficially held by security 
holders that are resident in Canada does not constitute, in the 
aggregate, 10% or more of the outstanding securities of that class.
(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(c), a certificate of an issuer must be signed, 
(a)	if the issuer is a limited partnership, by an officer or director of the 
general partner of the issuer, 
(b)	if the issuer is a trust, by a trustee or officer or director of a trustee of the 
issuer, or
(c)	in any other case, by an officer or director of the issuer. 
Rights offering - listing representation exemption
2.1.3 The listing representation prohibition does not apply to a listing representation 
made in a rights offering circular for a distribution of rights conducted under section 
2.1.2 if the listing representation is not a misrepresentation. 
Rights offering - civil liability for secondary market disclosure
2.1.4 (1) The secondary market liability provisions apply to
(a)	the acquisition of an issuer's security pursuant to the exemption from the 
prospectus requirement set out in section 2.1, and
(b)	the acquisition of an issuer's security pursuant to the exemption from the 
prospectus requirement set out in section 2.42 if the security previously 
issued by the issuer was acquired pursuant to the exemption set out in 
section 2.1.
(2) For greater certainty, in British Columbia, the classes of acquisitions referred to in 
subsection (1) are prescribed classes of acquisitions under paragraph 140.2(b) of the 
Securities Act (British Columbia)..
4.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following appendices:
Appendix C 
to 
National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions 
Listing Representation Prohibitions
JURISDICTION
SECURITIES LEGISLATION REFERENCE
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) of the Securities Act 
(Northwest Territories)
NOVA SCOTIA
Subsection 44(3) of the Securities Act (Nova 
Scotia)
NUNAVUT
Subsection 147(1) of the Securities Act (Nunavut)
ONTARIO
Subsection 38(3) of the Securities Act (Ontario)
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Subsection 147(1) of the Securities Act (Prince 
Edward Island)
QU�BEC
Subsection 199(4) of the Securities Act (Qu‚bec)
SASKATCHEWAN
Subsection 44(3) of The Securities Act, 1988 
(Saskatchewan)
YUKON
Subsection 147(1) of the Securities Act (Yukon).

 
Appendix D 
to 
National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions 
Secondary Market Liability Provisions
JURISDICTION
SECURITIES LEGISLATION REFERENCE
ALBERTA
Part 17.01 of the Securities Act (Alberta)
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Part 16.1 of the Securities Act (British Columbia)
MANITOBA
Part XVIII of The Securities Act (Manitoba)
NEW BRUNSWICK
Part 11.1 of the Securities Act (New Brunswick)
NEWFOUNDLAND AND 
LABRADOR
Part XXII.1 of the Securities Act (Newfoundland 
and Labrador)
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES
Part 14 of the Securities Act (Northwest 
Territories)
NOVA SCOTIA
Sections 146A to 146N of the Securities Act 
(Nova Scotia)
NUNAVUT
Part 14 of the Securities Act (Nunavut)
ONTARIO
Part XXIII.1 of the Securities Act (Ontario)
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Part 14 of the Securities Act (Prince Edward 
Island)
QU�BEC
Division II of Chapter II of Title VIII of the 
Securities Act (Qu‚bec)
SASKATCHEWAN
Part XVIII.1 of The Securities Act, 1988 
(Saskatchewan)
YUKON
Part 14 of the Securities Act (Yukon).

 
5.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following forms: 
Form 45-106F14 
Rights Offering Notice for Reporting Issuers
This is the form of notice you must use for a distribution of rights under section 2.1 of 
National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions. In this form, a distribution of 
rights is sometimes referred to as a "rights offering". 
PART 1	GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Deliver this rights offering notice to each security holder eligible to receive rights 
under the rights offering. Using plain language, prepare the rights offering notice 
using a question-and-answer format.
Guidance
We do not expect the rights offering circular to be longer than 10 pages.  

PART 2	THE RIGHTS OFFERING NOTICE
1.	Basic information 
State the following with the bracketed information completed: 
"[Name of issuer] 
Notice to security holders - [Date]"
If you have less than 12 months of working capital and are aware of material 
uncertainties that may cast significant doubt upon your ability to continue as a going 
concern, include the following language in bold immediately below the date of the 
rights offering notice:
"We currently have sufficient working capital to last [insert the number of 
months of working capital as at the date of the rights offering circular] 
months. We require [insert the percentage of the rights offering required 
to be taken up]% of the offering to last 12 months."
2.	Who can participate in the rights offering? 
State the record date and identify which class of securities is subject to the offering.
3.	Who is eligible to receive rights? 
List the jurisdictions in which the issuer is offering rights. 
Explain how a security holder in a foreign jurisdiction can acquire the rights and the 
securities issuable upon the exercise of the rights.
4.	How many rights are we offering?
State the total number of rights offered.
5.	How many rights will you receive?
State the number of rights a security holder on the record date will receive for every 
security held as of the record date.
6.	What does one right entitle you to receive?
State the number of rights required to acquire a security upon the exercise of the 
rights. Also state the subscription price.
7.	How will you receive your rights?
Include a rights certificate with the rights offering notice if the rights offering notice 
is being delivered to a registered security holder and direct the security holder's 
attention to this certificate. 
If you are delivering the rights offering notice to a security holder in a foreign 
jurisdiction, provide instructions on how that security holder can receive its rights 
certificate.
8.	When and how can you exercise your rights?
State when the exercise period ends for security holders who have their rights 
certificate. 
Also, provide instructions on how to exercise the rights to security holders whose 
securities are held in a brokerage account. 
9.	What are the next steps?
Include the following statement, using wording substantially similar to the following:
"This document contains key information you should know about [insert 
name of issuer]. You can find more details in the issuer's rights offering 
circular. To obtain a copy, visit [insert name of issuer]'s profile on the 
SEDAR website, visit [insert the website of the issuer], ask your dealer 
representative for a copy or contact [insert name of contact person of the 
issuer] at [insert the phone number or email of the contact person of the 
issuer]. You should read the rights offering circular, along with [insert 
name of issuer]'s continuous disclosure record, to make an informed 
decision."
10. Signature
Sign the rights offering notice. State the name and title of the person signing the rights 
offering notice.


Form 45-106F15 
Rights Offering Circular for Reporting Issuers
PART 1	INSTRUCTIONS
1.	Overview of the rights offering circular  
This is the form of circular you must use for a distribution of rights under section 2.1 
of National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions. In this form, a distribution of 
rights is sometimes referred to as a "rights offering".
The objective of the rights offering circular is to provide information about the rights 
offering and details on how an existing security holder can exercise the rights. 
Prepare the rights offering circular using a question-and-answer format.  
Guidance
We do not expect the rights offering circular to be longer than 10 pages.  

2.	Incorporating information by reference 
You must not incorporate information into the rights offering circular by reference. 
3.	Plain language 
Use plain, easy to understand language in preparing the rights offering circular. Avoid 
technical terms but if they are necessary, explain them in a clear and concise manner.
4.	Format 
Except as otherwise stated, use the questions presented in this form as headings in the 
rights offering circular. To make the rights offering circular easier to understand, 
present information in tables. 
5.	Omitting information 
Unless this form indicates otherwise, you are not required to complete an item in this 
form if it does not apply.
6.	Date of information 
Unless this form indicates otherwise, present the information in this form as of the 
date of the rights offering circular. 
7.	Forward-looking information 
If you disclose forward-looking information in the rights offering circular, you must 
comply with Part 4A.3 of National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure 
Obligations.
PART 2	SUMMARY OF OFFERING
8.	Required statement 
State in italics, at the top of the cover page, the following:
"This rights offering circular is prepared by management. No securities regulatory 
authority or regulator has assessed the merits of these securities or reviewed this 
circular. Any representation to the contrary is an offence. 
This is the circular we referred to in the [insert date of the rights offering notice] 
rights offering notice, which you should have already received. Your rights certificate 
and relevant forms were enclosed with the rights offering notice. This circular should 
be read in conjunction with the rights offering notice and our continuous disclosure 
prior to making an investment decision."
Guidance
We remind issuers and their executives that they are liable under secondary market 
liability provisions for the disclosure in this rights offering circular. 

9.	Basic disclosure about the distribution 
Immediately below the statement referred to in item 8, state the following with the 
bracketed information completed: 
"Rights offering circular						[Date]
[Name of Issuer]"
If you have less than 12 months of working capital and are aware of material 
uncertainties that may cast significant doubt upon your ability to continue as a going 
concern, state the following in bold immediately below the name of the issuer:
"We currently have sufficient working capital to last [insert the number of 
months of working capital as at the date of the rights offering circular] 
months. We require [insert the percentage of the rights offering required 
to be taken up]% of the offering to last 12 months."
10.	Purpose of the rights offering circular 
State the following in bold: 
"Why are you reading this circular?"
Explain the purpose of the rights offering circular. State that the rights offering 
circular provides details about the rights offering and refer to the rights offering 
notice that you sent to security holders.  
11.	Securities offered 
State the following in bold:
"What is being offered?"
Provide the number of rights you are offering to each security holder under the rights 
offering. If your outstanding share capital includes more than one class or type of 
security, identify which security holders are eligible to receive rights. Include the 
record date the issuer will use to determine which security holders are eligible to 
receive rights. 
12.	Right entitlement 
State the following in bold:
"What do[es] [insert number of rights] right[s] entitle you to receive?"
Explain what the security holder will receive upon the exercise of the rights. Also 
include the number of rights needed to acquire the underlying security.
13.	Subscription price 
State the following in bold:
"What is the subscription price?"
Provide the price a security holder must pay to exercise the rights. If there is no 
published market for the securities, either explain how you determined the fair value 
of the securities or explain that no insider will be able to increase their proportionate 
interest through the rights offering. 
Guidance
Refer to paragraph 2.1(3)(g) of  NI 45-106 which provides that the subscription price 
must be lower than the market price if there is a published market for the securities. If 
there is no published market, either the subscription price must be lower than the fair 
value of the securities or insiders are not permitted to increase their proportionate 
interest in the issuer through the rights offering.
14.	Expiry of offer 
State the following in bold: 
"When does the offer expire?"
Provide the date and time that the offer expires.
Guidance
Refer to paragraph 2.1(6)(b) of  NI 45-106 which provides that the prospectus 
exemption is not available where the exercise period for the rights is less than 21 days 
or more than 90 days after the day the rights offering notice is sent to security holders. 

15.	Description of the securities 
State the following in bold: 
"What are the significant attributes of the rights issued under the rights 
offering and the securities to be issued upon the exercise of the rights?"
Describe the significant attributes of the rights and securities to be issued upon 
exercise of the rights. Include in the description the number of outstanding securities 
of the class of securities issuable upon exercise of the rights, as of the date of the 
rights offering circular. 
16.	Securities issuable under the rights offering 
State the following in bold:
"What are the minimum and maximum number or amount of [insert type 
of security issuable upon the exercise of the rights] that may be issued 
under the rights offering?"
Provide the minimum, if any, and maximum number or amount of securities that may 
be issuable upon the exercise of the rights.
17.	Listing of securities 
State the following in bold:
"Where will the rights and the securities issuable upon the exercise of the 
rights be listed for trading?"
Identify the exchange(s) and quotation system(s), if any, on which the rights and 
underlying securities are listed, traded or quoted. If no market exists, or is expected to 
exist, state the following in bold: 
"There is no market through which these [rights and/or underlying 
securities] may be sold."
PART 3	USE OF AVAILABLE FUNDS 
18.	Available funds 
State the following in bold:	
"What will our available funds be upon the closing of the rights offering?"
Using the following table, disclose the available funds after the rights offering. If you 
plan to combine additional sources of funding with the offering proceeds to achieve 
your principal capital-raising purpose, provide details about each additional source of 
funding. 
If there is no minimum offering or stand-by commitment, or if the minimum offering 
or stand-by commitment represents less than 75% of the rights offering, include 
threshold disclosure if only 15%, 50% or 75% of the entire offering is taken up.
Disclose the amount of working capital deficiency, if any, of the issuer as of the most 
recent month end. If the available funds will not eliminate the working capital 
deficiency, state how you intend to eliminate or manage the deficiency. If there has 
been a significant change in the working capital since the most recently audited 
annual financial statements, explain those changes.
Guidance
We would consider a significant change to include a change in the working capital 
that results in material uncertainty regarding the issuer's going concern assumption, 
or a change in the working capital balance from positive to deficiency or vice versa. 




Assuming 
minimum 
offering or 
stand-by 
commitment 
only
Assuming 
15% of 
offering
Assuming 
50% of 
offering
Assuming 
75% of 
offering
Assuming 
100% of 
offering
A
Amount to 
be raised by 
this offering
$
$
$
$
$
B
Selling 
commissions 
and fees
$
$
$
$
$
C
Estimated 
offering 
costs (e.g., 
legal, 
accounting, 
audit)
$
$
$
$
$
D
Available 
funds: D = 
A - (B+C)
$
$
$
$
$
E.
Additional 
sources of 
funding 
required
$
$
$
$
$
F.
Working 
capital 
deficiency
$
$
$
$
$
G.
Total: G = 
(D+E) - F
$
$
$
$
$

 
19.	Use of available funds 
State the following in bold: 
"How will we use the available funds?"
Using the following table, provide a detailed breakdown of how you will use the 
available funds. Describe in reasonable detail each of the principal purposes, with 
approximate amounts. 
Description 
of intended 
use of 
available 
funds listed 
in order of 
priority.
Assuming 
minimum 
offering or 
stand-by 
commitment 
only
Assuming 
15% of 
offering
Assuming 
50% of 
offering
Assuming 
75% of 
offering
Assuming 
100% of 
offering

$
$
$
$
$

$
$
$
$
$
Total: 
Equal to G 
in the 
available 
funds in 
item 18
$
$
$
$
$
If there is no minimum offering or stand-by commitment, or if the minimum offering 
or stand-by commitment represents less than 75% of the rights offering, include 
threshold disclosure if only 15%, 50% or 75% of the entire offering is taken up.
Instructions:
1.	If the issuer has significant short-term liquidity requirements, discuss, 
for each threshold amount (i.e., 15%, 50% and 75%), the impact, if any, 
of raising that amount on its liquidity, operations, capital resources and 
solvency.  Short-term liquidity requirements include non-discretionary 
expenditures for general corporate purposes and overhead expenses, 
significant short-term capital or contractual commitments, and 
expenditures required to achieve stated business objectives.
When discussing the impact of raising each threshold amount on your 
liquidity, operations, capital resources and solvency, include all of the 
following in the discussion:
*	which expenditures will take priority at each threshold, and 
what effect this allocation would have on your operations 
and business objectives and milestones;
*	the risks of defaulting on payments as they become due, and 
what effect the defaults would have on your operations;
*	an analysis of your ability to generate sufficient amounts of 
cash and cash equivalents from other sources, the 
circumstances that could affect those sources and 
management's assumptions in conducting this analysis.
State the minimum amount required to meet the short-term liquidity 
requirements. In the event that the available funds could be less than the 
amount required to meet the short-term liquidity requirements, describe 
how management plans to discharge its liabilities as they become due. 
Include the assumptions management used in its plans.
If the available funds could be insufficient to cover the issuer's short-
term liquidity requirements and overhead expenses for the next 12 
months, include management's assessment of the issuer's ability to 
continue as a going concern. If there are material uncertainties that cast 
significant doubt upon the issuer's ability to continue as a going 
concern, state this fact in bold.
2.	If you will use more than 10% of available funds to reduce or retire 
indebtedness and the indebtedness was incurred within the two 
preceding years, describe the principal purposes for which the 
indebtedness was used. If the creditor is an insider, associate or affiliate 
of the issuer, identify the creditor and the nature of the relationship to 
the issuer and disclose the outstanding amount owed.
3.	If you will use more than 10% of available funds to acquire assets, 
describe the assets. If known, disclose the particulars of the purchase 
price being paid for or being allocated to the assets or categories of 
assets, including intangible assets. If the vendor of the asset is an 
insider, associate or affiliate of the issuer, identify the vendor and nature 
of the relationship to the issuer, and disclose the method used to 
determine the purchase price.
4.	If any of the available funds will be paid to an insider, associate or 
affiliate of the issuer, disclose in a note to the use of available funds 
table in item 19 the name of the insider, associate or affiliate, the 
relationship to the issuer, and the amount to be paid. 
5.	If you will use more than 10% of available funds for research and 
development of products or services,  
a.	describe the timing and stage of research and development that 
management anticipates will be reached using the funds, 
b.	describe the major components of the proposed programs you will 
use the available funds for, including an estimate of anticipated 
costs,
c.	state if you are conducting your own research and development, 
are subcontracting out the research and development or are using 
a combination of those methods, and
d.	describe the additional steps required to reach commercial 
production and an estimate of costs and timing. 
6.	If you may reallocate available funds, include the following statement:
"We intend to spend the available funds as stated. We will reallocate 
funds only for sound business reasons."
20.	How long will the available funds last? 
State the following in bold:
"How long will the available funds last?"
Explain how long management anticipates the available funds will last. If you do not 
have adequate funds to cover anticipated expenses for the next 12 months, state the 
sources of financing that the issuer has arranged but not yet used. Also, provide an 
analysis of the issuer's ability to generate sufficient amounts of cash and cash 
equivalents in the short term and the long term to maintain capacity, and to meet 
planned growth or to fund development activities. You should describe sources of 
funding and circumstances that could affect those sources that are reasonably likely to 
occur. If this results in material uncertainties that cast significant doubt upon the 
issuer's ability to continue as a going concern, disclose this fact. 
If you expect the available funds to last for more than 12 months, state this 
expectation.
PART 4	INSIDER PARTICIPATION
21.	Intention of insiders 
State the following in bold:
"Will insiders be participating?"
Provide the answer. If "yes", provide details of insiders' intentions to exercise their 
rights, to the extent known to the issuer after reasonable inquiry.
22.	Holders of at least 10% before and after the rights offering  
State the following in bold:
"Who are the holders of 10% or more of our securities before and after 
the rights offering?"
 
Provide this information in the following tabular form, to the extent known to the 
issuer after reasonable inquiry: 
Name 
Holdings before the 
offering
Holdings after the 
offering
[Name of security holder]
[State the number or 
amount of securities held 
and the percentage of 
security holdings this 
represents]
[State the number or 
amount of securities held 
and the percentage of 
security holdings this 
represents]
PART 5	DILUTION
23.	Dilution 
State the following in bold:
"If you do not exercise your rights, by how much will your security 
holdings be diluted?"
Provide a percentage in the rights offering circular and state the assumptions used, as 
appropriate.
PART 6	STAND-BY COMMITMENT
24.	Stand-by guarantor 
State the following in bold:
"Who is the stand-by guarantor and what are the fees?"
Explain the nature of the issuer's relationship with the stand-by guarantor including 
whether, and the basis on which, if applicable, the stand-by guarantor is a related 
party of the issuer. Describe the stand-by commitment and the material terms of the 
basis on which the stand-by guarantor may terminate the obligation under the stand-
by commitment. 
Instructions:
In determining if a stand-by guarantor is a related party, you should refer to the 
issuer's GAAP which has the same meaning as in National Instrument 52-107 
Acceptable Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards.
25.	Financial ability of the stand-by guarantor 
State the following in bold:
"Have we confirmed that the stand-by guarantor has the financial ability 
to carry out its stand-by commitment?"
If the offering has a stand-by commitment, state that you have confirmed that the 
stand-by guarantor has the financial ability to carry out its stand-by commitment. 
26.	Security holdings of the stand-by guarantor  
State the following in bold:
"What are the security holdings of the stand-by guarantor before and 
after the rights offering?"
Provide this information in the following tabular form, to the extent known to the 
issuer after reasonable inquiry: 
Name 
Holdings before the 
offering
Holdings after the 
offering if the stand-by 
guarantor takes up the 
entire stand-by 
commitment
[Name of stand-by 
guarantor]
[State the number or 
amount of securities held 
and the percentage of 
security holdings this 
represents]
[State the number or 
amount of securities held 
and the percentage of 
security holdings this 
represents]
PART 7	MANAGING DEALER, SOLICITING DEALER AND 
UNDERWRITING CONFLICTS 
27.	The managing dealer, the soliciting dealer and their fees 
State the following in bold:
"Who is the [managing dealer/soliciting dealer] and what are its fees?"
Identify the managing dealer, if any, and the soliciting dealer, if any, and describe the 
commissions or fees payable to them.
28.	Managing dealer/soliciting dealer conflicts 
State the following in bold:
"Does the [managing dealer/soliciting dealer] have a conflict of interest?"
If disclosure is required by National Instrument 33-105 Underwriting Conflicts, 
include that disclosure.
PART 8	HOW TO EXERCISE THE RIGHTS
29.	Security holders who are registered holders 
State the following in bold:
"How does a security holder that is a registered holder participate in the 
rights offering?"
Explain how a registered holder can participate in the rights offering.
 
30.	Security holders who are not registered holders 
State the following in bold:
"How does a security holder that is not a registered holder participate in 
the rights offering?"
Explain how a security holder who is not a registered holder can participate in the 
rights offering.
31.	Eligibility to participate 
State the following in bold:
"Who is eligible to receive rights?"
List the jurisdictions in which you are making the rights offering. 
Explain how a security holder in a foreign jurisdiction can acquire the rights and 
securities issuable upon the exercise of the rights.
32.	Additional subscription privilege 
State the following in bold:
"What is the additional subscription privilege and how can you exercise 
this privilege?"
Describe the additional subscription privilege and explain how a holder of rights who 
has exercised the basic subscription privilege can exercise the additional subscription 
privilege.
33.	Transfer of rights 
State the following in bold:
"How does a rights holder sell or transfer rights?"
Explain how a holder of rights can sell or transfer rights. If the rights will be listed on 
an exchange, provide further details related to the trading of the rights on the 
exchange. 
34.	Trading of underlying securities 
State the following in bold:
"When can you trade securities issuable upon the exercise of your rights?"
State when a security holder can trade the securities issuable upon the exercise of the 
rights.
35.	Resale restrictions 
State the following in bold:
"Are there restrictions on the resale of securities?"
If the issuer is offering rights in one or more jurisdictions where there are restrictions 
on the resale of securities, include a statement disclosing when those rights and 
underlying securities will become freely tradable and that until then such securities 
may not be resold except pursuant to a prospectus or prospectus exemption, which 
may be available only in limited circumstances.
36.	Fractional securities upon exercise of the rights 
State the following in bold:
"Will we issue fractional underlying securities upon exercise of the 
rights?"
Respond "yes" or "no" and explain (if necessary).
PART 9	APPOINTMENT OF DEPOSITORY
37.	Depository 
State the following in bold:
"Who is the depository?"
If the rights offering is subject to a minimum offering amount, or if there is a stand-by 
commitment, state the name of the depository you appointed to hold all money 
received upon exercise of the rights until the minimum offering amount or stand-by 
commitment is received or until the money is returned. 
38.	Release of funds from depository 
State the following in bold:
"What happens if we do not raise the [minimum offering amount] or if we 
do not receive funds from the stand-by guarantor?"
If the offering is subject to a minimum offering amount, or if there is a stand-by 
commitment, state that you have entered into an agreement with the depository under 
which the depository will return the money held by it to holders of rights that have 
already subscribed for securities under the offering, if you do not raise the minimum 
offering amount or receive funds from the stand-by guarantor.
PART 10	FOREIGN ISSUERS
39.	Foreign issuers 
State the following in bold:
"How can you enforce a judgment against us?"
If the issuer is incorporated, continued, or otherwise organized under the laws of a 
foreign jurisdiction or resides outside of Canada, state the following: 
"[The issuer] is incorporated, continued or otherwise organized under the laws 
of a foreign jurisdiction or resides outside of Canada. It may not be possible for 
investors to enforce judgments obtained in Canada against any person or 
company that is incorporated, continued or otherwise organized under the laws 
of a foreign jurisdiction or resides outside of Canada."
PART 11	ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
40.	Additional information 
State the following in bold:
"Where can you find more information about us?"
Provide the SEDAR website address and state that a security holder can access the 
issuer's continuous disclosure from that site. If applicable, provide the issuer's 
website address. 
PART 12	MATERIAL FACTS AND MATERIAL CHANGES
41.	Material facts and material changes 
State the following in bold:
"There is no material fact or material change about the issuer that has not 
been generally disclosed."
If there is a material fact or material change about the issuer that has not been 
generally disclosed, add disclosure of that material fact or material change. 
Guidance
Issuers should be aware that disclosing a material change in the rights offering 
circular does not relieve the issuer of the requirement to issue a news release and file 
a material change report as required by Part 7 of NI 51-102.

6.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
Erratum
The following notice which was published in the October 31, 2015 issue of the 
Alberta Gazette contained errors.  It should have read as follows:
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 58-101  
DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on August 12, 2015 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
 
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 58-101  
DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES
1.	National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended in the definition of "venture issuer" by adding 
"Aequitas NEO Exchange Inc.," after "Toronto Stock Exchange,".
3.	Section 1.3 is amended by replacing paragraph (c) with the following: 
(c)	an exchangeable security issuer or credit support issuer that is exempt 
under section 13.3 or 13.4 of NI 51-102, as applicable; and .
4.	This Instrument comes into force on November 17, 2015.
Alberta Securities Commission
REPEAL OF NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-101  
RIGHTS OFFERINGS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
REPEAL OF NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 45-101  
RIGHTS OFFERINGS
1.	National Instrument 45-101 Rights Offerings is repealed by this Instrument.
2.	This Instrument comes into force on December 8, 2015.
Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Effective October 26, 2015, Transamerica Life Canada changed its name to ivari.
David Sorensen 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
Certificate of Registration
(Loan and Trust Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Registration was issued to HSBC Trust 
Company (Canada) (and in French, Soci‚t‚ de Fiducie HSBC (Canada)) effective 
October 21, 2015.
James Flett, Executive Director Financial Institutions Policy
Letters Patent of Discontinuance
(Loan and Trust Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that Letters Patent of Discontinuance were issued to Mancal 
Trust Company discontinuing its incorporation and registration under Alberta's 
Loan and Trust Corporation Act effective August 17, 2015.
The company has been continued as Gryphon Management Services Inc. under the 
Canada Business Corporations Act as of that date.
James Flett, Executive Director Financial Institutions Policy
New Company Notice
Notice is hereby given that the XL Specialty Insurance Company became licensed 
to transact Accident and Sickness; Aircraft; Automobile; Boiler and Machinery; 
Credit, Liability; Marine; Property; Surety insurance on October 8, 2015.
David Sorensen, Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Buchanan 
Creek Contractors Ltd. on October 28, 2015.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on October 28, 2015.
Christopher John Strom, Director.
 
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Delcourt 
Developments Ltd. on October 21, 2015.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on October 21, 2015.
Greg Stewart
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to PD 
Canadian Enterprises ULC on June 23, 2015.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on June 23, 2015.
Christopher Neufeld, Solicitor for the Company.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Town of Drumheller
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Drumheller will offer for sale, by public auction, at Drumheller Town 
Hall, Drumheller, Alberta, on Friday, January 22nd, 2016, at 11:00 a.m., the following 
lands:
Lot
Blk
Plan
Title Number
Address
3&N 1/2 of 4
12
2089BN
981391412
413 - 4 Street East
6
49
7251CK
041009917
745 - 3 Avenue West
Unit 14

0514281
101305100
3 Garden Way
11
1
8017GH
081306012
109 - 7 Avenue Southeast
9
3
3734JK
041192051
1024 - 12 Avenue Southeast
8
13
7910367
101342369
1625 - 4 Avenue Southwest
8
11
1110970
151053736+7
812 - 3 Street Southwest
7
11
1110970
151053736+6
816 - 3 Street Southwest
6
11
1110970
151053736+5
820 - 3 Street Southwest
5
11
1110970
151053736+4
823 - 3 Street Southwest
2
11
1110970
151053736+1
811 - 3 Street Southwest
1
11
1110970
151053736
955 - 3 Street Southwest
14&15
7
5808GX
121089642
540 Centre Street
10-12
2
3815EC
971380952
117 - 1 Street
A
1
7611000
061513269
572 Hunter Drive
E
1
7611000
111175766
502 Hunter Drive

R
3421ED
091295608
5335 Highway 10
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.
This land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis.  The Town of 
Drumheller 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.
The Town of Drumheller may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or cash equivalent.
GST will apply on lands 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 Drumheller, Alberta, October 15, 2015.
Barbara Miller, CGA, Director of Corporate Services.
______________
Town of Sylvan Lake
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Sylvan Lake will offer for sale, by public auction, at Municipal 
Government Building, 5012 48 Avenue in the Council Chambers, Sylvan Lake, 
Alberta, on Tuesday, February 9, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
Address
31
2
772-1521
112086168
7 Garden Court

82
892-2950
072314215
82 Point West Resort
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Sylvan Lake 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 develop 
ability of the subject lands for any intended use by the Purchaser.
These parcels will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid, and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The Town of Sylvan Lake may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Payment in Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque. 10% deposit and balance 
within 30 days of date of Public Auction. GST may apply.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Sylvan Lake, Alberta, November 14, 2015.
Betty Osmond, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Vegreville
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Vegreville will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town 
Administration Building, 4829 - 50th Street, Vegreville, Alberta, on Wednesday, 
January 20, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Certificate of Title
38
89
RN80 (LXXX)
072 126 784
5
8
2483P
072 486 512
14
32
1966AB
002 380 928
16A
Z
2731NY
082 349 399
10B
15
0928262
092 305 351
The parcels will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an 'as is", "where is" basis, and the Town of 
Vegreville 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 develop 
ability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The Town of Vegreville may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Vegreville, Alberta, October 23, 2015.
Jody Quickstad, Town Manager.
______________
Village of Gadsby
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Gadsby will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 
Gadsby, Alberta, on Tuesday, December 29, 2015, at 2:00 p.m., the following parcel:
Lots
Block
Plan
Linc
C of T
9
6
153Z
002 624336
002 337 164
12-14
6
153Z
0010868966
952 271 181
Includes a house and garage.
20 & 21
1
153Z
0021192034
072 025 225
These parcels will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.  These parcels will be 
offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis.
Terms: Certified Cheque or Bank Draft at time of sale.  GST does not apply to this 
sale.
The Village of Gadsby may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment, by Certified Cheque or Bank Draft, of all 
arrears of taxes, penalties, and costs at any time prior to the date of the Public 
Auction.
Dated at Gadsby, Alberta, October 28, 2015.
Carla Tuck, CAO.






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