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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 111	Edmonton, Monday, November 30, 2015	No. 22
APPOINTMENTS
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
December 9, 2015 
The Honourable Judge Francis Lawrence Maloney
For a term to expire on December 8, 2016.
RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
Resignation of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
October 1, 2015
Honourable Judge Thomas Richard Goodson
Retirement of Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
November 9, 2015 
Honourable Judge Nancy Anne Flatters
 
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Culture and Tourism
Ministerial Order
(Historical Resources Act)
21/15
I, David Eggen, Minister of Culture and Tourism, pursuant to Section 20(15) of the 
Historical Resources Act, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9, HEREBY RESCIND that portion of 
the Frank Slide Provincial Historic Resource designation dated December 14, 1995, 
registered in Alberta Land Titles as instrument 961 010 560, with respect to the lands 
legally described as Descriptive Plan 1313104, Block 6, Lot 26.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 1st day of November, 2015.
David Eggen, Minister of Culture and Tourism
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2335
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism intends to 
make an Order that the site known as the: 
Government of Canada Building, together with the land legally described as:
Plan H 
Block 18 
Lot 20 to 29 inclusive 
excepting thereout - all that portion of lot 29 which lies west of a line drawn from a 
point on the north boundary of the said lot 0.25 feet easterly from the north west 
corner thereof to a point on the south boundary of the said lot 0.17 feet easterly from 
the south west corner thereof excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in the City of Red Deer, Alberta
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The Government of Canada Building 
in Red Deer is significant as an excellent example of mid-twentieth century federal 
government architecture, for its association with the growth of federal government 
services and programs in the post-war period and for its association with Red Deer's 
emergence as one of Alberta's primary urban centres.
The Government of Canada Building is an excellent example of the type and style of 
buildings being designed and built by the federal government's Department of Public 
Works in the mid-twentieth century. The Government of Canada was establishing 
similar buildings in other centres across Canada from the late-1940s to the mid-1950s. 
Although there was no single standard plan for these buildings, they all featured a 
high degree of similarity in basic form, design and function. Designed in a simplified 
Classical Moderne style, these buildings retained their monumental appearance, but 
did away with the towers, arches and ornamentation that characterized government 
buildings of previous decades. Instead they focused on function and simplicity, 
demonstrated by strong vertical and horizontal lines; simple, stylized pilasters; and 
repeating, grid-like fenestration patterns. While many of the period's similar federal 
buildings were clad entirely in stone, the building in Red Deer, like two others in 
Quebec (Saint-J‚r“me and Rimouski), features red brick walls and stone highlights. 
These contrasting materials further enhance the building's classical pedigree, 
although in a highly simplified, sleek and modern manner befitting the 1950s, 
successfully combining a forward-looking appearance and a sense of efficiency with 
the solidity and monumentality of traditional government building architecture.
The Government of Canada Building was constructed to provide a centralized 
location for the administration and delivery of Canada's growing social security 
system. The inter-war and post-war periods saw an expansion of existing national 
social security programs, such as old-age pensions, veteran's affairs and employment 
insurance, and the creation of new programs, notably family allowances. To provide 
local delivery of services and more efficient administration, the federal government 
combined these programs with other, more established services, such as the post 
office and the police services, in centralized administrative buildings located in 
medium-sized cities and regional service centres. Where necessary, such as in Red 
Deer and about 14 other centres across Canada, substantial, purpose-built government 
buildings were constructed to accommodate program staff in previously underserved 
areas. When the building opened in 1951, its main tenants were the Canadian Postal 
Service, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Employment Insurance 
Commission, with space also provided for other services and departments, such as the 
Department of Agriculture, taxation offices, and customs and immigration services. A 
similar, but smaller federal building was also built in Grande Prairie. The building is 
an example of how Canada's expanding social security system was managed and 
delivered across the country and particularly in emerging centres such as Red Deer 
and Grande Prairie.
The Government of Canada Building in Red Deer replaced a smaller structure built in 
1902, demonstrating that Red Deer was emerging as the primary service centre for the 
region. Since its incorporation as a city in 1913, Red Deer had remained small and 
lagged behind Alberta's other cities. Over the late-1940s and through the 1950s, Red 
Deer experienced tremendous growth in population and significance, primarily due to 
the discovery of oil in regions surrounding the city. The city's population doubled 
between 1945 and 1950 and nearly quadrupled by 1955. The building's presence in 
downtown Red Deer serves as tangible recognition of Red Deer's growth and 
significance.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 3rd day of November, A.D. 2015.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
_______________
File: Des. 2336
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism intends to 
make an Order that the site known as the: 
Lethbridge Federal Building, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 4353S 
Block 43 
Lot 24 to 27 Inclusive 
excepting thereout all mines and minerals 
and the right to work the same
and municipally located in the City of Lethbridge, Alberta
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The Lethbridge Federal Building is 
significant as an excellent example of pre-World War One monumental federal 
architecture. It also strongly reflects the expectations of Lethbridge's development 
into a major urban centre prior to World War One.
The Lethbridge Federal Building is architecturally significant as an excellent example 
of early twentieth-century monumental federal architecture. Built in 1912-13, the 
Lethbridge Federal Building was constructed during one of the most dynamic periods 
of public works construction in Canadian history (1900-14), when the federal 
government sought to establish a strong and visible presence in communities across 
the country. This was especially crucial in the new provinces of Alberta and 
Saskatchewan, where monumental federal buildings served as a powerful symbol of 
Canadian authority and the transition from frontier settlement to modern, urban 
development. Post offices were the signature buildings of this program, and the 
Lethbridge Federal Building shares many features that were common among federal 
post offices in this period, including the corner-lot siting, the stylistically-identical 
dual facades, and the corner clock tower. The building's Beaux Arts design with 
classical revival elements, such as rusticated stonework, alternating round and 
pedimented dormers on the upper level, and Ionic pilasters, convey a sense of 
stateliness, dignity and authority. The building thus met the functional need for 
improved postal facilities and expanded federal office space, but its design and 
construction clearly reflect the goals and priorities of federal public works 
architecture in the years leading up to World War One.
The building also reflects the expectations of Lethbridge's development into a major 
urban centre prior to World War One. Lethbridge's political and economic elite put 
significant pressure on the federal government to design a building worthy of the 
city's growing importance as a commercial and railway centre. The scale of the 
Lethbridge Federal Building is larger than what was necessary for a city the size of 
Lethbridge, an architectural choice that reflected the federal government's aspirations 
for the city's continued growth into a major urban centre. The building immediately 
became a local landmark and a source of pride for the people of Lethbridge, who 
viewed the monumental structure as a clear acknowledgement of their city's current 
importance and auspicious future. The city's growth stalled in the 1920s, but the 
Lethbridge Federal Building stands as a powerful symbol of the tremendous 
prosperity and boundless confidence of the pre-World War One boom years in 
Alberta.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 3rd day of November, A.D. 2015.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2316 
MO 18/15
I, David Eggen, Minister of Culture and Tourism, pursuant to Section 20(1) of the 
Historical Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, hereby:
1.	Designate the site known as the:
Maccoy Homestead, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 1410433 
Block 3 
Lot 2 
excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in the Town of High River, Alberta
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to Section 20, Subsection (9) of that Act, no person 
shall destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE or remove any historic object from a PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of Section 20, subsections (11) 
and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the above 
mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other 
disposition of the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed sale 
or other disposition on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an 
order under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister of 
the inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is 
transferred to the person.
Signed at Edmonton, Alberta, this 14 day of October, 2015.
David Eggen, Minister. 
Energy
Declaration of Withdrawal from Unit Agreement
(Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulations)
The Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown in Right of Alberta hereby declares 
and states that the Crown in right of Alberta has withdrawn as a party to the 
agreement entitled "Provost Dina Agreement No. 5" effective October 31, 2014.
Raksha Acharya, for Minister of Energy.
_______________
The Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown in Right of Alberta hereby declares 
and states that the Crown in right of Alberta has withdrawn as a party to the 
agreement entitled "Rivercourse Sparky Agreement" effective October 31, 2015.
Raksha Acharya, for Minister of Energy.
 
Human Services
Office of the Public Trustee
Property being held by the Public Trustee for a period of Ten (10) Years 
(Public Trustee Act)
Section 11 (2)(b)
Name of Person Entitled 
to Property

Description 
 of Property 
held and its 
value or 
estimated value

Property part of 
deceased person's  
Estate or held under 
Court Order: 
Deceased's Name 
Judicial District Court 
File Number

Public Trustee 
Office 
 
Additional 
Information 

Child of Richard Arthur 
Sheward
Share of estate 
$8,801.66 plus 
interest. Current 
balance as at 
November 6, 
2015 
$10,523.39
Arthur Herbert 
Sheward, date of death 
December 6, 2003 
Judicial District-
Medicine Hat AB 
Court File No. SES08 
17626
Richard Arthur 
Sheward died 
May 17, 2003 
at Medicine Hat 
AB.
Missing Beneficiaries of 
Alexander Dikun
Cash 
$218,526.90
Letters of 
Administration 
Judicial District-
Lethbridge 
Court File Number 
5124
Alexander 
Dikun d.o.b. 
July 30, 1902  
in Ukraine, 
d.o.d. March 
30, 1985 in 
Lethbridge, 
AB.

 
Justice and Solicitor General
2014 Annual Report
(Electronic Interception) 
(Section 195(5) of the Criminal Code)
1.	The number of applications made for authorizations or warrants sought on behalf of 
Attorney General of Alberta:



Applications 
Made
Applications 
Refused
Authorizations 
Granted Total
Authorizations 
Granted subject to 
Conditions
a)
Section 184.4
emergency 
interceptions	28
3
0
1
0
b)
Section 185
by Crown 
Agent	28
15
0
15
9
c)
Section 188 
by specially 
designated 
peace officer
0
0
0
0
d)
Section 
487.01(5)
6
0
6
0

2.	The number of applications made for renewals of provincial authorizations. Please 
note this is strictly referring to renewals rather than situations where a new order 
with revisions was made on the same investigation.

a)
Section 186  Authorizations (interception)
0
b)
Section 487.01(4) Warrants (video surveillance)
0

3.	The number of persons identified in an authorization against whom proceedings were 
commenced at the instance of the Attorney General of Alberta in respect of:
a)
an offence specified in the authorization
12
b)
an offence other than an offence specified in the authorization but in 
respect of which an authorization may be given
5
c)
An offence in respect of which an authorization may not be given
8










4.	The number of persons not identified in an authorization against whom proceedings 
were commenced at the instance of the Attorney General of Alberta in respect of:

a)
an offence specified in the authorization
4
b)
an offence other than an offence specified in the authorization but in 
respect of which an authorization may be given
5
c)
an offence other than an offence specified in such an authorization 
and for which no such authorization may be given
1
And whose commission or alleged commission of the offence became known to a 
peace officer as a result of an interception of a private communication under an 
authorization.

5.	The average period for which authorizations were given, and for which renewals 
thereof were granted.

a)
authorizations
60
days
b)
renewals
0
days

6.	The number of authorizations that by virtue of one or more renewals thereof were 
valid for the specified durations, please use total days (original applications plus any 
renewals excluding any gaps between authorizations and renewals).

a)
for more than 60 days
0
b)
for more than 120 days
0
c)
for more than 180 days
0
d)
for more than 240 days
0

7.	The number of notifications given pursuant to Section 196:      48

8.	The offences in respect of which authorizations were given, specifying the number of 
authorizations given in respect of each such offence. 	*Please name the Criminal Code 
Section in the first column and the number of authorizations for that section in the 
second column:

Statute:  Criminal Code of Canada
Section
Number of 
Authorizations
Section
Number of 
Authorizations
Section
Number of 
Authorizations
139(1)
1
344
3


235
13
354
1


235(1)
1
380(1)(b)
1


240
6
433
1


244(a)
1
434
6


267
1
462.31(1)
1


271
1
465(1)(c)
2


279(1)
1
467.00
1



 
9.	A count of all named places specified in an authorization that fall within the 
following categories; and the number of  authorizations in which each class of place 
was specified.


No. of Places Named 
in Authorization
No. of
Authorization
Premises:  Residential Permanent: 
                   Residential Temporary: 
                   Non-Residential
19 
1 
1
14 
1
1
Vehicles:   Private: 
                   Commercial
24 
6
13 
6
Other 
Places:       Correctional/Police/Custodial facility
25
15

10.	The number of authorizations that included the following method(s) of interception.

a)
telecommunications
17
b)
microphone
16
c)
video
8
d)
Other (body pack):
1

11.	The number of persons arrested whose identity became known to a peace officer as a 
result of an interception under an authorization:

2


12.	The number of criminal proceedings commenced at the instance of the Attorney 
General in Alberta in which private communications obtained by interception under 
an authorization were adduced in evidence and the number of such proceedings that 
resulted in a conviction:

a)
Criminal proceedings with interceptions adduced in evidence
9
b)
resultant convictions to date
4

13.	The number of criminal investigations in which information obtained as a result of 
the interception of a private communication under an authorization was used although 
the private communication was not adduced in evidence in criminal proceedings 
commenced at the instance of the Attorney General as a result of the investigation.

4


14.	The number of prosecutions commenced against officers or servants of Her Majesty 
in Right of Canada or members of the Canadian Forces for offences under Section 
184 or Section 193:

0


 
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
Edmonton Police Service 
Fonteyne, Brendan Levi
(Date of Designation November 4, 2015)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Campbell, Ian Robert 
Clark, Ronald Andrew 
Grant, Dustin Steven 
Hand, David Keith 
Thalhofer, Paul Weldon
(Date of Designation November 4, 2015)
Safety Codes Council
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Penn West Petroleum, Accreditation No. C000249, Order No. 1484
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: December 4, 2003	Issued Date: November 2, 2015.
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Suncor Logistics Corporation (SELC), Accreditation No. C000239, Order No. 
1329
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: March 15, 2001	Issued Date: November 2, 2015.
Joint Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Ponoka County, Town of Rimbey, Summer Village of Parkland Beach 
Accreditation No. J000129, Order No. 0602
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 21, 1995	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 Ponoka, Accreditation No. M000406, Order No. 2968
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 19, 1995	Issued Date: November 5, 2015.
 
Seniors
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending September 30, 2015
Date of Function: June 02, 2015 
Name of Function: Community Celebration of Minister's Seniors Service Awards 
Nominees 
Purpose: Community event to honour and celebrate the nominees for the 2015 
Minister's Seniors Service Awards.  The event recognizes individuals and 
organizations that volunteer to support Alberta seniors. 
Cost: $730.00 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date of Function: June 03, 2015 
Name of Function: Community Celebration of Minister's Seniors Service Awards 
Nominees 
Purpose: Community event to honour and celebrate the nominees for the 2015 
Minister's Seniors Service Awards.  The event recognizes individuals and 
organizations that volunteer to support Alberta seniors. 
Cost: $821.62 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date of Function: June 05, 2015 
Name of Function: Community Celebration of Minister's Seniors Service Awards 
Nominees 
Purpose: Community event to honour and celebrate the nominees for the 2015 
Minister's Seniors Service Awards.  The event recognizes individuals and 
organizations that volunteer to support Alberta seniors. 
Cost: $634.32 
Location: Leduc, Alberta
Date of Function: June 05, 2015 
Name of Function: Community Celebration of Minister's Seniors Service Awards 
Nominees 
Purpose: Community event to honour and celebrate the nominees for the 2015 
Minister's Seniors Service Awards.  The event recognizes individuals and 
organizations that volunteer to support Alberta seniors. 
Cost: $770.63 
Location: Fairview, Alberta
 
Service Alberta
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
September 1, 2015  
Haajar, Muhammad to Muhammad, Haajar
September 2, 2015 
Tsen Tso, Individual has only one name to Chuktsang, Tsen Tso 
Tenzin Geleck, Individual has only one name to Chuktsang, Tenzin Geleck 
Tenzin Topden, Individual has only one name to Chuktsang, Tenzin Topden 
Pema Thinley Dorjee, Individual has only one name to Chuktsang, Pema Thinley 
Dorjee 
Nguyen, Thi Thuy Lieu to Nguyen, Lieu 
Jansen, Kelsey Lynne to Dokis-Jansen, Kelsey Lynne 
Nguyen, Xuan Huong to Nguyen, Julie Huong
September 3, 2015 
Qurat-Ul-Ain, Individual has only one name to Aslam, Quratulain
September 4, 2015 
Narayan Prasad Khana, Individual has only one name to Khanal, Narayan Prasad
September 9, 2015 
Gravel, Matthew Everett to Moric, Matthew Everett 
Becker, Scarlett Shirley to Gattinger, Scarlett Shirley 
Newhook, Caleb Nicholas Lee to Kerr, Caleb Nicholas Lee 
Cameron-Dumont, Denver Gary to Cameron-Dumont, Didi Giovanna 
Morozova, Anastasia to Forsyth, Anastasia Stacy 
Lo, King Cheuk Kissinger to Lo, Cameron King Cheuk 
Verdeflor-Estigoy, Zervil Austin to Estigoy, Zervil Austin
September 10, 2015 
Perkins, Violet Anne to Whaley-Perkins, Violet Anne 
Krahn, Kayla Ann to Von Leetswood, Ashe 
Lysova, Liudmila to Shirdast, Liudmila 
Bevan, Harlow Madison Louise to Milliken, Harlow Madison Louise 
Easley, Brittany Anne Yvonne to Phillpotts, Brittany Anne Yvonne
September 11, 2015 
Pauls, Carter Ethan to Rosaine Sailer, Carter Ethan 
Bagheri-Zadeh, Seyed-Mehdi to Bagheri, Daniel 
Bagheri, Arnieka to Bagheri, Arnika Isabella 
Henry, Kiana Cassandra to Henry, Parker Forrest
September 14, 2015 
Kim, Boo Dong to Kim, Andy Boodong 
Kim, Sunghyun to Kim, Andrew Sunghyun 
Tollestrup, Richard Dwayne to Tollestrup, Richard John 
Bilsborrow, Cheah Tyler to Bilsborrow Hinds, Cheah Tyler 
Wing, Willie Shui-Wai to Wing, Mina Shui-Wai 
Olejarnik, Maria Sophia to Bartel, Maria Sophia 
Livingstone, Paul Toe to Koli‚, Paul Junior 
Vo, Kim Thanh Lan to Milne, Lan Thanh Kim 
Scott, Savannah Renae to Peterson, Savannah Renae 
Scott, Brooklyn Renae to Peterson, Brooklyn Renae 
Naumczyk, Wyatt Gordon to Bowers, Wyatt Gordon 
Kallo, Fanta to Nabe, Bintou 
Conde, Fatou to Conde, Fatoumata 
Zilic, Elvira to Zekovic, Elvira 
Stewart, Nathan Reginald Donald to MacDonald, Nathan Reginald 
Stewart, Nevaeh-Gabriella Victoria Josphine to MacDonald, Nevaeh-Gabriella 
Victoria Josphine 
Saif, Muskan to Cheema, Muskan 
Saif, Maham to Cheema, Maham 
Starlight-Amos, Jada Kendra Dawn to Starlight, Jada Kendra Dawn 
Podojil, Pavel to Mara, Pavel 
Samoylov, Dmitri to Goosen, Dmitri 
Weisbeck, Hailee Isobel to Meadows, Hailee Isobel
September 15, 2015 
Goonasekera, Minalsha Roshen to Goonasekera, Shanuk Shane 
Goonasekera, Minalshi Rozan to Goonasekera, Shanuki Rozan 
Kader, Masuod to Al-Jaf, Masuod Kader
September 16, 2015 
Young, Jena-Marie Beatrice to Lyons, Jena-Marie Beatrice 
Gill, Tejinder Singh to Gill, Tejinder Singh Ricky
September 17, 2015 
Kolotilina, Ioulia to Kolotilina, Julia 
Roth, Justin Curtis to Roth, Rachel Rose 
Li, Jun Fen to Li, Lily 
Sinclaire, Brooks to Sinclaire, Doyale Bud 
Khera, Sapandeep Kaur to Bhandal, Supandeep Kaur 
Kerr-Lazeski, Steven Michael to Lazeski, Steven Michael 
Ledrew, Kyle RJ Samual to Kuipers, Kyle RJ Samual 
Parkin, Isabella Anna Destiny Nicole to Nicole, Anna Destiny 
Dalangin, Marivic Andal to Ebreo, Marivic Dalangin 
Caipang, Mark David Cruz to Cruz, Malachi David 
Cowles, Dane Adam David to Richter, Dane Adam David 
Saeed, Hayat Mohamed to Mohamed, Hayat Mohamed
September 18, 2015 
Weiser, Nickolaus Garry Alexander to McArthur, Nickolaus Garry Andrew
September 22, 2015 
Addeme, Noah Addeme to Jackson, Noah Jeffrey 
Neudorf, Jacy Tyasia Rayne to Reddecopp, Jacy Tyasia Rayne 
Harbidge, Kelsen Rhys to Alloway, Kelsen James 
Ferguson, Grace Harmony to Boylan, Grace Harmony 
Champagne, Chanell Mary Frances to Stewart, Chanell Champagne 
Dadi, Nagash Desta to Dadi, Nageso Desta 
Wang, Honglian to Wang, Rainy 
Bassingthwaite, Caylen Cole to Jacques, Caylen Cole 
Fairservice, Morgan Alyssa Ruby to Strom, Morgan Alyssa Ruby
September 23, 2015 
Nieman, Chelsey Melissa to Taylor, Chelsey Melissa
September 24, 2015 
Corcoran, Bradley Patrick to Lynch, Bradley Patrick 
Dube, Stephanie Louise to Lynch, Stephanie Louise 
Corcoran, Kayden Bradley to Lynch, Kayden Bradley 
Corcoran, Gracie Mai to Lynch, Gracie Mai 
Corcoran, Callie Annalise to Lynch, Callie Annalise 
Braet-Wozak, Aleah Gabrielle to Neale, Aleah Gabrielle
September 28, 2015 
Snodgrass, Taylor-Jay Keith to Taylor, Taylor-Jay Keith 
Fraser, Brandy Marie to Janes, Brandie Marie 
Winkel, Emma Kyler to Bonner, Emma Kyler
September 29, 2015 
Arndt, Lyle Edward to Murphy, Lyle Edward 
Hawes, Spencer Leslie to Kovacs, Spencer Leslie Hawes 
Hawes, Victoria Hannah Kovacs to Kovacs, Victoria Hannah Hawes 
Gan, Siok Huey to Gan, Karen 
Kinzer, Ashley Marie to Smith, Ashley Marie 
Cai, Jyun-Hao to Thong, Jacob Jyun Le
September 30, 2015 
Louis-Soosay, Chael Chris Adrius to Louis, Chael Chris Adrius 
Jaspreet Singh, Individual has only one name to Randhawa, Jaspreet Singh 
Oikawa, Aaron Jules Loiselle to Loiselle-Oikawa, Aaron Jules 
Oikawa, �lise Magdalen Loiselle to Loiselle-Oikawa, �lise Magdalen 
Bruised Head, Roana Hayley to Starlight, Rona Hayley 
Bruised Head, Altuve Hazely to Starlight, Altuve Hazely 
Mukoko, Zulu Basemba to Manzambi, Jude 
Kwiatkowski, Mikaela Emily to Miller, Mikaela Emily 
Blanchette-Kehler, Rylan Jason Paul to Kehler, Rylan Jason Paul
October 1, 2015 
Musa, Abud Haroon to Musa, Abdu Haroon 
Harris, Jamie John to Willis, Jamie Shawn
October 2, 2015 
Mirkhaidarov, Natalya to Schurr, Natalya 
Ehsan, Md Mustakim to Ehsan, Mahib Mustaqim 
Ramacciotti Botelho, Ricardo to Botelho Reis, Ricardo Ramacciotti
October 5, 2015 
Carbrey, Malia June to Towns, Malia June
October 6, 2015 
Cabacungan, Rac to Tan, Rac Cabacungan 
Sampol, Lenalyn Belgica to Tan, Lenalyn Belgica 
Cabacungan, Marc Laurence to Tan, Marc Laurence 
Born with A Tooth-Spence, Shawnassie Letitia Marie to Spence, Shawnassie Letitia 
Marie 
Zeng, Zi Hao to Zeng, Leo Zihao 
Banay Banay, Angel Sophia to Hong, Angel Sophia Banay Banay
October 8, 2015 
Al-Najam, Samir to Al-Mubarak, Adel 
Spencer-Ferguson, Sylas Bernard to Ferguson, Sylas Bernard 
Spencer-Ferguson, Declan Allan to Ferguson, Declan Allan 
Spencer-Ferguson, Bella Mavis to Ferguson, Bella Mavis
October 9, 2015 
Cholo, Damian Julien to Ruzic, Kristian Julian 
Redwood, Savannah Alexandrea to Ruzic, Katie Alexandrea 
Redwood, Nevaeh Angelina to Ruzic, Kira Nevaeh 
Depatie, Canndas Lucienne Marie to Depatie, Candace Lucienne Marie 
Walker, Dorothy Lynda Roberta to Walker, Lynda Dorothy Roberta
October 13, 2015 
Li, Jia Hui to Li, Carol Jiahui 
Zaidi, Usman Uzair to Syed, Usman Uzair 
Mandeville, Carol Roberta Rose to Schofield, Carol Roberta Rose 
Curry, Sunjay Singh to Curry, Simon Singh
October 14, 2015 
Jung, Jinhwoi to Jung, Sebastian Jinhwoi 
Jung, Mina to Jung, Marie-Anne Mina-Kim 
Uselman, Donna Holly to Uselman, Dawna Holly 
Toomey, Scott James Alexander to Mueller, Scott James Alexander 
Phinney, Margaret Marlene to Phinney, Hudson Havelock 
Bekele, Abera Getachew to Meles, Tesfahiwot 
Bekele, Ebenezer Abera to Meles, Ebenezer 
Bekele, Diana Abera Get to Meles, Diana 
Bekele, Lidya Abera to Meles, Lidya 
Lowe, Anastazya Margery Grace to Truemner, Anastazya Grace 
Bahadur Singh, Individual only has one name to Baryar, Bahadur Singh 
Jin, Jinghai to Kim, Lucy 
Ascah, Blake Edward Brayden to Ascah, Brayden Blake Edward 
Bianchini, Morgan Lee to Smith-Steinbach, Morgan Lee 
Mahmood, Qasid to Mahmood, Qasid Rana 
Mahmood, Salmana to  Mahmood, Salmana Rana 
Graham, William John Anthony to Graham-Hauck, William John Anthony
October 15, 2015 
Yusuf, Farah Abdiwali to Yusuf, Farhan Abdiwali 
Connolly, Edward Terrance to Connolly, Edward Terrence 
Kaur, Manjeet to Sran, Manjeet Kaur 
Singh, Shahbaj to Sran, Shahbaj Singh 
Kaur, Shubhkiran to Sran, Shubhkiran Kaur 
Hare, Dallan Matthew to McCoy, Dallan Matthew 
Liu, Shi Kui to Li, Jicun 
Sidhu, Rohandeep Singh to Dhillon-Sidhu, Rohandeep Singh 
Sidhu, Nishaan Singh to Dhillon-Sidhu, Nishaan Singh 
Regier, Sherryl Ann to Bohna, Sherryl Anne 
Kruk, Connor Thomas to Kruk, Cassidy Treasa 
Brown, Carolyn Mae to Lister, Carolyn Mae 
Lalsin, Tyrone Lee to Larson, Tyrone 
Raheem, Abdur Mohamed to Raheem, Abdul Rehman 
Brown, Kalib Peter Seref to Slater, Kalib Peter-Seref
October 16, 2015 
Sokolova, Nadiya Ihorivna to Sokolova, Nadia 
Lo, Pen Wen to Lo, Mike 
Diego, Jazz Brad Pitt to Diego, Jazz 
Jolin, Sean Elliott to Spears, Sean Elliott 
Ho, Nhuan Bang to Ho, Bonnie 
Lin, Kuai-Hua to Youn, Helen 
Kreutzenstein, Joshua Evan to Day, Kerk Joshua 
Cardines, Gillian-Raine to Ordona, Gillian-Raine 
Raymond, Ayden Delos to Raymond Johnson, Ayden Delos 
Kim, Dong Hyun to Kim, Chris Donghyun 
Kim, Seunghyun to Kim, Sean Seunghyun 
Exner Johnson, Heidi Jessica to Exner, Adelheide Jessica Theowulf 
Ridgeway, Terra-Lee Dawn to Pittman, Terra-Lee Dawn 
Ridgeway, Lakisha Margaret to Pittman, Lakisha Margaret 
Lee, Cordell Darryl to Lloyd, Cordell Darryl Lee 
Brown, Randi Judith Ann to Westwell, Randi Judith Ann 
MacDonald, Ashley Emma to MacDonald, Devon Xavier Leonard 
Campbell-Sinclair, Sofia Nevaeh to Sinclair, Sailor Nevaeh 
Takahara, Riley Eric to McLean, Riley Eric 
LaSalle, Abbigail Peyton to McLean, Abbigail Peyton 
Emsley, Brooklyn Amber to Wraight, Brooklyn Amber 
Soper, Ryan Edward John to Soptak, Ryan Edward John 
McIsaac, Brandy Lynn to McIsaac, Dane Kaiden 
Komorowski, Aleksandra to Landberg, Aleksandra 
Saha, Sweety to Saha, Mithila 
Gubaydullina, Liliya to Sokolov, Liliya 
Yue, Shan to Yue, Yvette Shan 
Lunggay, Nathaniel Ragunjan to Zarate, Nathaniel Lunggay 
Figg, Sarah Esther Dawn to Butt, Sarah Esther Dawn 
Zongo, Alexandre to Nzongo, Alexandre 
Wiznura, Nora Elizabeth Gillese to Wiznura, Declan Emmet Gillese 
Mukhammad-Anvar, Sanavbarkhon to Kodirova, Sanavbar 
Dhaliwal, Sundeep Kaur to Dhaliwal, Sandi 
Saks-Loutfi, Delon to Saks, Delon 
Ruttan, Tamara Lei to Starr, Tamara Lei 
Riggan, Dylan Andrew Burns to Burns Owen, Dylan Andrew 
McMullen-Geyer, Liliko Rose to McMullen, Liliko Rose 
Nguyen, Tam Thanh to Nguyen, Quote Tam Thanh
October 20, 2015 
Harpunit Singh, Individual only has one name to Mann, Harpunit Singh 
Vassan, Gurpreet Kaur to Mann, Gurpreet Kaur 
Singh, Bhavneer to Mann, Bhavneer Singh 
Abdulahi, Ahmed Khadar Mohamed to Abdullahi, Ahmed Mohamed 
Plantinos, Nelly Ann U to Bandarlipe, Nelly Ann Plantinos 
Bildfell, Robert Kim to Bildfell, Kim Robert 
Paulson, Daniel Owen to Paulson, Lynn Catherine 
Moore, Jade Devon to Moore-Jackson, Jade Devon 
Liu, Si Xian to Liu, Crystal Sixian 
Pechawis, Kyra Muriel to Pechawis-Brannick, Kyra Muriel 
Vadakkekurikkattu John, Thomas to John, Thomas V 
Constantineau, Gary Richard Clayton to Harman-Desjardins, Gary Richard 
Mitov Pecher, Stefan Ivan to Pecher, Stefan Ivan 
Mitov Pecher, Alexander Kamil to Pecher, Alexander Kamil 
Doric, Nina to Doric, Nee Drina 
Bouchard, Kaiden Brittney Jay to Kellerman, Kaiden Brittney Jay 
Gill, Manpreet Kaur to Sidhu, Manpreet Kaur 
Allingham, Kayla Mary Hug to Hug, Kayla Mary 
Seymour, Chelsea-Anne Mary Margaret to Seymour, William Edward 
Brown, Jessica Ellen to Dawn, Jesi Agnes 
Knelssen, Tonny Klassen to Knelssen Klassen, Tonny 
Bennett, Mary Rejeanne Linda to Bennett, Lynda Rejeanne 
Panday, Parashar Prachi to Panday, Prachi P 
Aleu, Adim Chan to Maduok, Deng 
Morin-McCallum, Kourtney Aaliyah to Morin, Kourtney Aaliyah 
Gonzalez Oblitas, Carolina Daniela to Gonzalez Oblitas, Salma Carolina 
Li, Guangzhou to Li, Joe Guangzhou
October 21, 2015 
Wieler Wall, Joseph to Wieler, Joseph 
Wieler, Billy Wall to Wieler, Billy 
Chouhdry, Mubashir Muhammad to Syed-Chaudhry, Mubashir Muhammad 
Chaudhry, Saira Ahmad to Syed-Chaudhry, Sarah Ahmad 
Chaudhry, Daniyal Ahmad to Syed-Chaudhry, Daniel Ahmad 
Chaudhry, Daiyan Hizqeel Ahmad to Syed-Chaudhry, Dayaan Hizqeel Ahmad 
Sun, Andrew Lee to Sun, Andy Lee 
Vineeth Kumar, Avaneesh Krishna to Vineeth, Avaneesh Krishna 
Gill, Komal Jai to Gill, Komal Kaur 
Lediet, Megan Maxine to Graham, Megan Maxine 
Abdolmohammadi, Niloufar to Abdo, Niloufar 
Liu, Chen to Liu, Linda Chen 
Bekele Hailesilassie, Samuel to Hailesilassie, Samuel 
Chartier, Sarah LaRay to Hajas, Sarah-LaRay May 
Two Youngmen Blackrider, Daykian Isaac Fenton to Twoyoungmen, Daykian Isaac 
Fenton 
Hasan, Katherine Grace to Pounds, Katherine Grace 
Foster, Matthew Allen to Foster-McDiarmid, Matthew Allen 
Ma, Yong Yi to Ma, Alice Yong Yi 
Edwards, Mark Anthony to White, Mark Anthony 
Casuga, Alyssa Ashley to Arabe, Alyssa Ashley
Bustamante, Kirsten Lean to Tremocha, Kirsten Lian 
Wingert, Cody McKenzie to Bell, Cody McKenzie 
Ngodab, Marok Njiwaji to Njiwaji, Marok Ngodab 
Farah, Mohamed Abdulla to Melekh, Haim David 
Marchinova, Viera to Marchin, Viera 
Kitchen Johnson, Charlotte Ann Francis to Johnson, Charlotte Ann Francis Kitchen 
Lavoie, Ryan Joseph Wills to Wills, Ryan Joseph 
Tebb, Joanna Rachel to Taylor, Jenna Rachel 
Eidelkhani, Shahla to Joshani, Shahla 
Wright, Deborah Jean to Karrah, Deborah Jean
October 22, 2015 
Wong, Yan Wing to Wong, Kenneth Yan Wing 
Zimmer, Eli Jerome to Johnson, Shawn-Eli Lee 
Huang, Yutian to Huang, William Yutian 
Ali, Ibrahim Isse to Ali, Omar Isse 
Asadi Babukani, Seyed Iman to Asadi, Iman 
Williams, Crystal Ann to Williams, Francis Angela 
Rozina, Individual has only one name to Ali, Rozina Karim 
Karim, Zoha to Ali, Zoha Karim 
Stafford-Mayer, David Allan to McEwen, David Allan 
Laboucan, Jaryn Camden to Ribbonleg, Jaryn Camden 
Wentzell, Scott Wayne to Laird, Scott Wayne 
Wentzell, Joshua Levi to Laird, Joshua Levi 
Chichak, Kohl Darren to Chichak, Nichole Ann 
Magallano, Darrell Steve to Falconite, Darrell Steve 
Park, Ji Hye to Park, Claire Jihwi 
Gruber, Nathan Kenneth Douglas to Caffrey, Nathaniel 
Giese, Cassandra Samatha to Metcalfe, Cassandra Samatha 
Kukulewich, Andrew Jonathan Campbell to Iannone, Andrew Jonathan Campbell
 
October 23, 2015 
Laarhuis, Deminicus Jozep to Laarhuis, Dominic Joseph 
Deng, Qiyou to Deng, Halen 
Nguyen, Nga Thi Thao to Nguyen, Stephanie Thi Thao 
Dietrich, Kristen Edward to Jensen, Kristen Cole
October 26, 2015 
Timothy, Tiyana Rae Fernandez to Timothy-Joson, Tiyana Rae 
Timothy, Saydi Joy Bebault to Timothy-Joson, Saydi Joy
October 30, 2015 
Hetherington, Zane Douglas to Nolin, Zane Douglas
Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Notice is hereby given that Security Insurance of Hartford withdrew from the 
Province of Alberta pursuant to section 53 of the Insurance Act.
Effective November 2, 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 Stonewall 
Resources Limited on October 23, 2015.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on November 12, 2015.
Donald L. Jackson, President.




 
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