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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 112	Edmonton, Saturday, February 13, 2016	No. 03
APPOINTMENTS
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
January 24, 2016 
Honourable Judge Lloyd Eric Malin
For a term to expire on January 23, 2017.
February 28, 2016 
Honourable Judge Douglas G. Rae
For a term to expire on February 27, 2017.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 297/2015
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Catherine A. Fraser 
Administrator.	December 18, 2015
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective January 1, 2016, the land described in Appendix A and shown on 
the sketch in Appendix B is separated from Beaver County and annexed to 
the Village of Ryley,
(b)	any taxes owing to Beaver County at the end of December 31, 2015 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
Village of Ryley together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in 
respect of those taxes, and the Village of Ryley upon collecting those taxes, 
penalties and costs must pay them to Beaver County, and
(c)	the assessor for the Village of Ryley must assess, for the purposes of 
taxation in 2017 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it,
and makes the Order in Appendix C.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
______________
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM  
BEAVER COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF RYLEY
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION NINE (9), TOWNSHIP FIFTY 
(50), RANGE SEVENTEEN (17), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT PLAN 7521617.
 
APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREAS
ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF RYLEY
 
 
APPENDIX C
ORDER
1	In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2	For the purposes of taxation in 2016 and in each subsequent year up to and 
including December 31, 2030, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Village of Ryley on the same basis as if they 
had remained in Beaver County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Village of Ryley in respect of each assessment 
class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements 
to it using
(i)	the municipal tax rate established by Beaver County, or 
(ii)	the municipal tax rate established by the Village of Ryley,
whichever is lower.
3	Where, in any taxation year, a portion of the annexed land 
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created 
(i)	as a result of subdivision,
(ii)	as a result of separation of title by registered plan of subdivision, or
(iii)	by instrument or any other method that occurs at the request of or 
on behalf of the landowner,
(b)	is redesignated, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, under 
the Village of Ryley's Land Use Bylaw to another designation, or
(c)	is connected, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, to the 
Village of Ryley's water and sewer services, 
section 2 ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that 
portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
4	After section 2 ceases to apply to the annexed land or a portion of it, the 
annexed land or portion and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the following year in 
the same manner as other property of the same assessment class in the 
Village of Ryley is assessed and taxed.
 
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Culture and Tourism
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period July 1 to September 30, 2015
Function: Alberta Foundation for the Arts / Edmonton Arts Council Board Reception 
Date: September 3, 2015 
Amount: $1,085.55 
Purpose: Opportunity for the Edmonton Arts Council and the Alberta Foundation for 
the Arts to network. 
Location: Prince of Wales Armoury, Edmonton, AB 
BU #: 027
Function: Ammy Awards Gala 
Date: September 29, 2015 
Amount: $3,246.00 
Purpose: To recognize and celebrate the achievement of visitor information centres 
and their staff in the areas of individual, visitor services, operational, and facility 
excellence. 
Location: Lethbridge Lodge Hotel and Conference Centre, Lethbridge, AB 
BU #: 022
_______________
Alberta Sport Connection
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1 to September 30, 2015
Function: 2015 Team Alberta Appreciation Night for Western Canada Summer 
Games - Phase 1 
Date: August 8, 2015 
Amount: $8,492.21 
Purpose: The Appreciation Night is to recognize the contributions of the coaches, 
managers, parents and family of Team Alberta. 
Location: Shell Place, Fort McMurray, AB 
BU #: 029
Function: 2015 Western Canada Summer Games Mission Gathering 
Date: August 9, 2015 
Amount: $2,378.08 
Purpose: Alberta hosted a mission gathering for all the provinces and territories' 
Mission Staff teams. 
Location: Paddy McSwiggins Irish Pub, Fort McMurray, AB 
BU #: 029
 
Function: 2015 Team Alberta Appreciation Night for Western Canada Summer 
Games - Phase 2 
Date: August 13, 2015 
Amount: $9,791.73 
Purpose: The Appreciation Night is to recognize the contributions of the coaches, 
managers, parents and family of Team Alberta. 
Location: Shell Place, Fort McMurray, AB 
BU #: 029
Function: Alberta Future Leaders Community and Sponsor Recognition Day 
Date: August 25, 2015 
Amount: $7,506.76 
Purpose: To provide luncheon and refreshments for Alberta Future Leaders 
Community and Sponsorship Recognition Day. 
Location: Riverdale Community League, Edmonton, AB 
BU #: 029
Energy
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Pembina Cardium 
Agreement No. 18" and that the Unit became effective on November 1, 2015.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  Strathcona County 
Consideration:  $1.00 
Land Description:  Plan 1027079, Block 1, Lot 7.  Excepting thereout all mines and 
minerals.
Justice and Solicitor General
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
Edmonton Police Service 
Kirby, Andrew Lee 
Leach, Todd Anthony Mark
(Date of Designation January 8, 2016)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Cousineau, Olivier 
Dunbar, Jeffrey Lawrence 
Edgar, William Edward 
Firmston, Larry 
Flundra, Sherri Allison 
Fung, King-Fai Kevin 
Hardy, Dylan Fredrick 
Gallant, Robert Joseph 
Gratton, Stephanie Lauren 
Greenland, Gavin Neal 
Hansen, Katherine Ann 
Howson, Matthew Edward Wesley 
Illi, David Edward 
Kyle, Kristopher Blaine 
Macintyre, Dustin Jay 
Organ, Resus Bernard 
Pitcher, Nathan Philip 
Proulx, Ryan Norman 
Reed, Martin Conrad 
Sauve, Daniel Gregory 
Smith, Steven Derek 
Spaans, Sarah Gene 
Valade, Christopher Francis Claude 
Wierenga, Jason Andrew 
Zielke, Wilma Leanne
(Date of Designation January 25, 2016)
Municipal Affairs
Notice of the Mailing of the 
2015 Assessment Year 
2016 Tax Year 
Linear Property Assessment Notices
(Municipal Government Act)
Pursuant to Section 311 of the Municipal Government Act Revised Statutes of Alberta 
2000 Chapter M-26 as amended, the 2015 Assessment Year Linear Property 
Assessment Notices have been sent to all assessed linear property owners with copies 
to the affected municipalities.  All assessed persons are deemed to have received their 
linear property assessment notices as a result of the publication of this notice.
The linear property assessment roll is open for viewing year round. A copy can be 
found at the:
Assessment Services Branch 
15th Floor Commerce Place 
10155 - 102 Street, Edmonton, AB 
T5J 4L4 
Questions concerning linear property assessment notices can be directed to the 
Assessment Services Branch of Municipal Affairs at (780) 422-1377 or toll free at 
310-0000. Dial 310-0000 before dialing the office's area code and telephone number.  
Calling by cell phone?  Start with one of the toll-free codes, and then punch in the 
office's area code and telephone number:  *310 (Roger's Wireless) #310 (Bell and 
Telus).
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Behr Energy Services Ltd., Accreditation No. A000889, Order No. 2971
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations for Fire.
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code including investigations.
Accredited Date: January 21, 2016	Issued Date: January 21, 2016.
 
Corporate Accreditation - Cancellation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Blaze Energy Ltd., Accreditation No. C000815, Order No. 2577
Is to cease administer under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
		Issued Date: January 25, 2016.
Alberta Securities Commission
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102  
SYSTEM FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 9, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102  
SYSTEM FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD
PART 1 
DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
Definitions 
1. (1) In this Instrument,
"annual information form" means an "AIF" as defined by National Instrument 51-102 
Continuous Disclosure Obligations or an annual information form for the purposes of 
Part 9 of National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure;
"initial filer profile" means a filer profile filed in accordance with subsection 5.1(1) of 
National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval 
(SEDAR);
"issuer bid", 
(a)	except in Ontario, means an issuer bid to which Part 2 of Multilateral 
Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids applies, and
(b)	in Ontario, means a "formal issuer bid" as defined by subsection 89(1) 
of the Securities Act (Ontario); 
"shelf prospectus" means a prospectus filed under National Instrument 44-102 Shelf 
Distributions;
"take-over bid", 
(a)	except in Ontario, means a take-over bid to which Part 2 of Multilateral 
Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids applies, and
(b)	in Ontario, means a "formal take-over bid" as defined by subsection 
89(1) of the Securities Act (Ontario).
(2) In this Instrument, a term referred to in Column 1 of the following table has the 
meaning ascribed to it in the Instrument referred to in Column 2 opposite that term.

Column 1 
Defined Term
Column 2 
Instrument
CPC instrument
National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus 
Exemptions
firm filer
National Instrument 31-102 National 
Registration Database
individual filer
National Instrument 31-102 National 
Registration Database
long form prospectus
National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus 
Requirements
MJDS prospectus
National Instrument 71-101 The 
Multijurisdictional Disclosure System
NRD
National Instrument 31-102 National 
Registration Database
principal jurisdiction
Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System
principal regulator
Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System
rights offering circular
Section 2.1 of National Instrument 45-106 
Prospectus Exemptions
SEDAR
National Instrument 13-101 System for 
Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval 
(SEDAR)
short form prospectus
National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus 
Requirements
sponsoring firm
National Instrument 33-109 Registration 
Information, in Form 33-109F4 Registration of 
Individuals and Review of Permitted Individuals
Inconsistency with other instruments 
2. If there is any conflict or inconsistency between this Instrument and National 
Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) 
or National Instrument 31-102 National Registration Database, this Instrument 
prevails.
 
PART 2 
SEDAR SYSTEM FEES
Local system fees 
3. In Qu‚bec, a person or company making the type of filing described in Column C 
of Appendix A with the Autorit‚ des march‚s financiers must pay to the Autorit‚ des 
march‚s financiers the system fee specified in Column D of that Appendix.
System fees  
4. (1) A person or company making a filing, in the local jurisdiction, of the type 
described in Column B of Appendix B, and of the category referred to in Column A  
of that Appendix, must pay to the securities regulatory authority the system fee 
specified in Column C or D of that Appendix, as the case may be.
(2) Despite subsection (1), if a person or company pays a fee referred to in item 1 or 2 
of Appendix B, the person or company is not required to pay a fee with respect to any 
other filing referred to in that item made during the calendar year in which the 
payment was made.
(3) Despite subsection (1), in the calendar year that a person or company files its 
initial filer profile, the fee referred to in item 1 or 2 of Appendix B is prorated in 
accordance with the following formula:
A ž B /12, where
A = the amount referred to in item 1 or 2 of Appendix B, as applicable, and 
B = the number of months remaining in the calendar year following the month in 
which the initial filer profile was filed.
4.1 System fees for filings that do not require a principal regulator - (1) A person or 
company making a filing of the type described in Column B of Appendix C, and of 
the category referred to in Column A of that Appendix, must pay the system fee 
specified in Column C of that Appendix. The system fee is payable to, and allocated 
among, the securities regulatory authorities with whom the filing is required under 
National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval 
(SEDAR).
PART 3 
NRD SYSTEM FEES
Enrolment Fee 
5. If the local jurisdiction is a firm filer's principal jurisdiction, the firm filer must pay 
to the securities regulatory authority an enrolment fee of $500 upon enrolment in 
NRD. 
NRD submission fee 
6.(1) A firm filer must pay an NRD system fee in respect of an individual filer to the 
securities regulatory authority in the local jurisdiction if 
(a)	the firm filer is the sponsoring firm for the individual filer, and 
(b)	through the filing of a Form 33-109F4 Registration of Individuals and 
Review of Permitted Individuals, the individual filer registers or 
reactivates their registration in the local jurisdiction.
(2) The NRD system fee payable to the securities regulatory authority under 
subsection (1) by a sponsoring firm in respect of an individual filer is, 
(a)	if the securities regulatory authority is the principal regulator of the 
individual filer, $75.00, and
(b)	in any other case, $20.50.
Annual NRD system fee 
7. On December 31 of each year, a firm filer must pay an annual NRD system fee to 
the securities regulatory authority in the local jurisdiction equal to the total of the 
following:
(a)	if the securities regulatory authority in the local jurisdiction is the 
principal regulator of one or more individuals who are individual filers 
on that date, and for which the firm filer is the sponsoring firm in that 
jurisdiction, 
$75.00 ž the number of those individuals, and
(b)	if there are individual filers on that date for which the securities 
regulatory authority in the local jurisdiction is not the principal 
regulator, and for which the firm filer is the sponsoring firm in that 
jurisdiction, 
$20.50 ž the number of those individuals.
PART 4 
PAYMENT OF FEES
Means of payment 
8. A fee under section 3, 4, 4.1, 6 or 7 must be paid through SEDAR or NRD, as the 
case may be.
PART 5 
EXEMPTION
Exemption 
9. (1)	The regulator or the securities regulatory authority may grant an exemption 
from this Instrument, in whole or in part, subject to such conditions or restrictions as 
may be imposed in the exemption.
(2) Despite subsection (1), in Ontario, only the regulator may grant such an 
exemption.
(3) Except in Ontario, an exemption referred to in subsection (1) is granted under the 
statute referred to in Appendix B of National Instrument 14-101 Definitions, opposite 
the name of the local jurisdiction.
PART 6 
EFFECTIVE DATE
Effective Date 
10. This Instrument comes into force on March 1, 2016.
Appendix A - Local SEDAR System Fees
(Section 3)
Column A 
Local 
Jurisdiction
Column B 
Category of 
Filing
Column C 
Type of Filing
Column D 
System Fee 
Qu‚bec

Securities 
Offerings

Prospectus distribution to person 
outside Qu‚bec, if made from 
within Qu‚bec (section 12 of 
Securities Act (Qu‚bec))

$130.00

Appendix B - Other SEDAR System Fees
(Section 4)
Item
Column A 
Category of Filing
Column B 
Type of Filing 
Column C 
System Fee 
Payable to 
Principal 
Regulator
Column D 
System Fee 
Payable to 
Each Other 
Securities 
Regulatory 
Authority
1
Annual filing fee for 
continuous disclosure 
- investment funds 
Note: Excludes the 
annual information 
form and all other 
filings listed 
separately in items 3 
to 21.
Initial filer profile or 
annual financial 
statements (for 
investment funds)
$495.00
N/A
2
Annual filing fee for 
continuous disclosure
Note: Excludes the 
annual information 
form and all other 
filings listed 
separately in items 3 
to 21.
Initial filer profile or 
annual financial 
statements ( for reporting 
issuers other than 
investment funds)
$705.00
$74.00
3
Investment fund 
issuers / securities 
offerings
Simplified prospectus, 
annual information form 
and fund facts (National 
Instrument 81-101 
Mutual Fund Prospectus 
Disclosure) 
$585.00, 
which 
applies in 
total to a 
combined 
filing, if one 
annual 
information 
form and 
one 
simplified 
prospectus 
are used to 
qualify the 
investment 
fund 
securities of 
more than 
one 
investment 
fund for 
distribution
$162.50, 
which 
applies in 
total to a 
combined 
filing, if one 
annual 
information 
form and 
one 
simplified 
prospectus 
are used to 
qualify the 
investment 
fund 
securities of 
more than 
one 
investment 
fund for 
distribution
4

Long form prospectus
$715.00
$212.50
5
Investment fund 
issuers / continuous 
disclosure
Annual information form 
(National Instrument 81-
106 Investment Fund 
Continuous Disclosure) 
for investment fund if 
not a short form 
prospectus issuer
$455.00
N/A
6
Investment fund 
issuers / continuous 
disclosure
Annual information form 
(National Instrument 81-
106 Investment Fund 
Continuous Disclosure) 
for investment fund if 
short form prospectus 
issuer
$2,655.00
N/A
7
Investment fund 
issuers / exemptions 
and other 
applications
Exemptions and other 
applications (National 
Instrument 81-102 
Investment Funds) 
$195.00
$40.00
8

Exemptions and other 
applications in 
connection with a 
prospectus filing
$195.00
$82.50
9
Other issuers / 
securities offerings
Short form prospectus 
(National Instrument 44-
101 Short Form 
Prospectus 
Distributions)
$390.00
$115.00
10

Shelf prospectus 
$390.00
$115.00
11

MJDS Prospectus 
(National Instrument 71-
101 The 
Multijurisdictional 
Disclosure System)
$390.00
$115.00
12

Long form prospectus 
$715.00
$212.50
13

Rights offering circular
$325.00
$115.00
14

Prospectus governed by 
CPC instrument (TSX 
Venture Exchange)
$715.00
$212.50
15
Other issuers / 
continuous disclosure
Annual information 
form, if neither an 
investment fund nor a 
short form prospectus 
issuer
$455.00
N/A
16

Annual information 
form, if a short form 
prospectus issuer (other 
than an investment fund) 
$2,655.00
N/A
17
Exemptions and other 
applications (if not an 
investment fund)
Exemptions and other 
applications in 
connection with 
prospectus filing
$195.00
$82.50
18
Other issuers / going 
private / related party 
transactions
Going private transaction 
filings
$325.00
$115.00
19

Related party transaction 
filings
$325.00
$115.00
20
Other issuers / 
securities acquisitions
Issuer bid filings
$195.00
$82.50
21
Third party filers / 
third party filings
Take-over bid filings
$195.00
$82.50

Appendix C - Other SEDAR System Fees 
(for filings that do not require a principal regulator)
(Section 4.1)
Item 
Column A  
Category of Filing 
Column B  
Type of Filing 
Column C 
System 
Fee 
Payable 
1 
Investment fund issuers / 
exempt market offerings and 
disclosure

Report of Exempt Distribution 
$25.00 
2 
Other issuers / exempt 
market offerings and 
disclosure

Report of Exempt Distribution 
$25.00

Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 24-102  
CLEARING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on November 10, 2015 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
 
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 24-102  
CLEARING AGENCY REQUIREMENTS
PART 1 
DEFINITIONS, INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION
Definitions
1.1 In this Instrument
"accounting principles" means accounting principles as defined in National 
Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards;
"auditing standards" means auditing standards as defined in National Instrument 52-
107 Acceptable Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards;
"board of directors" means, in the case of a recognized clearing agency that does not 
have a board of directors, a group of individuals that acts for the clearing agency in a 
capacity similar to a board of directors;
"central counterparty" means a person or company that interposes itself between the 
counterparties to securities or derivatives transactions in one or more financial 
markets, acting functionally as the buyer to every seller and the seller to every buyer 
or the counterparty to every party;
"central securities depository" means a person or company that provides centralized 
facilities as a depository of securities, including securities accounts, central 
safekeeping services and asset services, which may include the administration of 
corporate actions and redemptions;
"exempt clearing agency" means a clearing agency that has been granted a decision of 
the securities regulatory authority pursuant to securities legislation exempting it from 
the requirement in such legislation to be recognized by the securities regulatory 
authority as a clearing agency;
"link" means, in relation to a clearing agency, contractual and operational 
arrangements that directly or indirectly through an intermediary connect the clearing 
agency and one or more other systems for the clearing, settlement or recording of 
securities or derivatives transactions;
"participant" means a person or company that has entered into an agreement with a 
clearing agency to access the services of the clearing agency and is bound by the 
clearing agency's rules and procedures;
"PFMI Disclosure Framework Document" means a disclosure document completed 
substantially in the form of Annex A: FMI disclosure template of the December 2012 
report Principles for financial market infrastructures: Disclosure framework and 
Assessment methodology published by the Committee on Payments and Market 
Infrastructures and the International Organization of Securities Commissions, as 
amended, supplemented or superseded from time to time, or a similar disclosure 
document required to be completed regularly and disclosed publicly by a clearing 
agency in accordance with the regulatory requirements of a foreign jurisdiction in 
which the clearing agency is located;
"PFMI Principle" means a principle, including applicable key considerations, in the 
April 2012 report Principles for financial market infrastructures published by the 
Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures and the International 
Organization of Securities Commissions, as amended from time to time;
"publicly accountable enterprise" means a publicly accountable enterprise as defined 
in Part 3 of National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles and 
Auditing Standards;
"securities settlement system" means a system that enables securities to be transferred 
and settled by book entry according to a set of predetermined multilateral rules.
Interpretation - Affiliated Entity, Controlled Entity and Subsidiary Entity
1.2 (1) In this Instrument, a person or company is considered to be an affiliated entity 
of another person or company if one is a subsidiary entity of the other or if both are 
subsidiary entities of the same person or company, or if each of them is a controlled 
entity of the same person or company.
(2) In this Instrument, a person or company is considered to be controlled by a person 
or company if
(a)	in the case of a person or company,
(i)	voting securities of the first-mentioned person or company 
carrying more than fifty percent of the votes for the election of 
directors are held, otherwise than by way of security only, by or 
for the benefit of the other person or company, and
(ii)	the votes carried by the securities are entitled, if exercised, to 
elect a majority of the directors of the first-mentioned person or 
company;
(b)	in the case of a partnership that does not have directors, other than a 
limited partnership, the second-mentioned person or company holds 
more than fifty percent of the interests in the partnership; or
(c)	in the case of a limited partnership, the general partner is the second-
mentioned person or company.
(3) In this Instrument, a person or company is considered to be a subsidiary entity of 
another person or company if
(a)	it is a controlled entity of
(i)	that other,
(ii)	that other and one or more persons or companies, each of which is 
a controlled entity of that other, or
(iii)	two or more persons or companies, each of which is a controlled 
entity of that other; or
(b)	it is a subsidiary entity of a person or company that is the other's 
subsidiary entity.
Interpretation - Extended Meaning of Affiliated Entity
1.3 For the purposes of the PFMI Principles, a person or company is considered to be 
an affiliate of a participant, the person or company and the participant each being 
described in this section as a "party", where,
(a)	a party holds, otherwise than by way of security only, voting securities 
of the other party carrying more than 20 percent of the votes for the 
election of directors, or
(b)	in the event paragraph (a) is not applicable,
(i)	a party holds, otherwise than by way of security only, an interest 
in the other party that allows it to direct the management or 
operations of the other party; or
(ii)	financial information in respect of both parties is consolidated for 
financial reporting purposes.
Interpretation - Clearing Agency
1.4 For the purposes of this Instrument, in Qu‚bec, a clearing agency includes a 
clearing house, a central securities depository and a settlement system within the 
meaning of the Qu‚bec Securities Act and a clearing house and a settlement system 
within the meaning of the Qu‚bec Derivatives Act.
Application
1.5 (1) Part 3 applies to a recognized clearing agency that operates as any of the 
following:
(a)	a central counterparty;
(b)	a central securities depository;
(c)	a securities settlement system.
(2) Unless the context otherwise indicates, Part 4 applies to a recognized clearing 
agency whether or not it operates as a central counterparty, central securities 
depository or securities settlement system.
(3) In Qu‚bec, if there is a conflict or an inconsistency between section 2.2 and the 
provisions of the Qu‚bec Derivatives Act governing the self-certification process with 
respect to a clearing agency implementing a significant change or a fee change, the 
provisions of the Qu‚bec Derivatives Act prevail.
(4) The requirements of section 2.2 or 2.5 apply only to the extent that the subject 
matters of the section are not otherwise governed by the terms and conditions of a 
decision of the securities regulatory authority that recognizes a clearing agency or that 
exempts a clearing agency from a recognition requirement.
PART 2 
CLEARING AGENCY RECOGNITION 
OR EXEMPTION FROM RECOGNITION
Application and initial filing of information
2.1 (1) An applicant for recognition as a clearing agency under securities legislation, 
or for exemption from the requirement to be recognized as a clearing agency under 
securities legislation, must include in its application all of the following:
(a)	if applicable, the applicant's most recently completed PFMI Disclosure 
Framework Document;
(b)	sufficient information to demonstrate that the applicant is in compliance 
with
(i)	provincial and territorial securities legislation, or
(ii)	the regulatory regime of a foreign jurisdiction in which the 
applicant's head office or principal place of business is located;
(c)	any additional relevant information sufficient to demonstrate that it is in 
the public interest for the securities regulatory authority to recognize or 
exempt the applicant, as the case may be.
(2) In addition to the requirement set out in subsection (1), an applicant that has a 
head office or principal place of business located in a foreign jurisdiction must
(a)	certify that it will assist the securities regulatory authority in accessing 
the applicant's books and records and in undertaking an onsite 
inspection and examination at the applicant's premises, and
(b)	certify that it will provide the securities regulatory authority, if requested 
by such authority, with an opinion of legal counsel that the applicant 
has, as a matter of law, the power and authority to
(i)	provide the securities regulatory authority with prompt access to 
its books and records, and
(ii)	submit to onsite inspection and examination by the securities 
regulatory authority.
(3) In addition to the requirements set out in subsections (1) and (2), an applicant 
whose head office or principal place of business is located in a foreign jurisdiction 
must file a completed Form 24-102F1 Submission to Jurisdiction and Appointment of 
Agent for Service.
(4) An applicant must inform the securities regulatory authority in writing of any 
material change to the information provided in its application, or if any of the 
information becomes materially inaccurate for any reason, as soon as the change 
occurs or the applicant becomes aware of any inaccuracy.
Significant changes, fee changes and other changes in information
2.2 (1) In this section, for greater certainty, a "significant change" includes, in relation 
to a clearing agency,
(a)	any change to the clearing agency's constating documents or by-laws;
(b)	any change to the clearing agency's corporate governance or corporate 
structure, including any change of control of the clearing agency, 
whether direct or indirect;
(c)	any material change to an agreement among the clearing agency and 
participants in connection with the clearing agency's operations and 
services, including those agreements to which the clearing agency is a 
party and those agreements among participants to which the clearing 
agency is not a party, but that are expressly referred to in the clearing 
agency's rules or procedures and are made available by participants to 
the clearing agency;
(d)	any material change to the clearing agency's rules, operating procedures, 
user guides, manuals, or other documentation governing or establishing 
the rights, obligations and relationships among the clearing agency and 
participants in connection with the clearing agency's operations and 
services;
(e)	any material change to the design, operation or functionality of any of 
the clearing agency's operations and services;
(f)	the establishment or removal of a link or any material change to an 
existing link;
(g)	commencing to engage in a new type of business activity or ceasing to 
engage in a business activity in which the clearing agency is then 
engaged;
(h)	any other matter identified as a significant change in the recognition 
terms and conditions.
(2) Subject to subsection (4), a recognized clearing agency must not implement a 
significant change unless it has filed a written notice of the significant change with 
the securities regulatory authority at least 45 days before implementing the change.
(3) If a proposed significant change referred to in subsection (2) would affect the 
information set out in its PFMI Disclosure Framework Document filed with the 
securities regulatory authority, a recognized clearing agency must complete and file 
with the securities regulatory authority, concurrently with providing the written notice 
referred to in subsection (2), an appropriate amendment to its PFMI Disclosure 
Framework Document.
(4) If a recognized clearing agency proposes to modify a fee or introduce a new fee 
for any of its clearing, settlement or depository services, the clearing agency must 
notify in writing the securities regulatory authority of such fee change before 
implementing the fee change within a period stipulated by the terms and conditions of 
a decision of the securities regulatory authority that recognizes the clearing agency.
(5) An exempt clearing agency must notify in writing the securities regulatory 
authority of any material change to the information provided to the securities 
regulatory authority in its PFMI Disclosure Framework Document and related 
application materials, or if any of the information becomes materially inaccurate for 
any reason, as soon as the change occurs or the exempt clearing agency becomes 
aware of any inaccuracy.
Ceasing to carry on business
2.3 (1) A recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency that intends to cease 
carrying on business in the local jurisdiction as a clearing agency must file a report on 
Form 24-102F2 Cessation of Operations Report for Clearing Agency with the 
securities regulatory authority
(a)	at least 180 days before ceasing to carry on business if a significant 
reason for ceasing to carry on business relates to the clearing agency's 
financial viability or any other matter that is preventing, or may 
potentially prevent, it from being able to provide its operations and 
services as a going concern, or
(b)	at least 90 days before ceasing to carry on business for any other reason.
(2) A recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency that involuntarily ceases 
to carry on business in the local jurisdiction as a clearing agency must file a report on 
Form 24-102F2 Cessation of Operations Report for Clearing Agency with the 
securities regulatory authority as soon as practicable after it ceases to carry on that 
business.
Filing of initial audited financial statements
2.4 (1) An applicant must file audited financial statements for its most recently 
completed financial year with the securities regulatory authority as part of its 
application under section 2.1.
(2) The financial statements referred to in subsection (1) must
(a)	be prepared in accordance with Canadian GAAP applicable to publicly 
accountable enterprises, IFRS or the generally accepted accounting 
principles of the foreign jurisdiction in which the person or company is 
incorporated, organized or located,
(b)	identify in the notes to the financial statements the accounting principles 
used to prepare the financial statements,
(c)	disclose the presentation currency, and
(d)	be audited in accordance with Canadian GAAS, International Standards 
on Auditing or the generally accepted auditing standards of the foreign 
jurisdiction in which the person or company is incorporated, organized 
or located.
(3) The financial statements referred to in subsection (1) must be accompanied by an 
auditor's report that
(a)	expresses an unmodified or unqualified opinion,
(b)	identifies all financial periods presented for which the auditor's report 
applies,
(c)	identifies the auditing standards used to conduct the audit,
(d)	identifies the accounting principles used to prepare the financial 
statements,
(e)	is prepared in accordance with the same auditing standards used to 
conduct the audit, and
(f)	is prepared and signed by a person or company that is authorized to sign 
an auditor's report under the laws of a jurisdiction of Canada or a 
foreign jurisdiction, and that meets the professional standards of that 
jurisdiction.
Filing of annual audited and interim financial statements
2.5 (1) A recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency must file annual 
audited financial statements that comply with the requirements set out in subsections 
2.4(2) and (3) with the securities regulatory authority no later than the 90th day after 
the end of the recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency's financial year.
(2) A recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency must file interim 
financial statements that comply with the requirements set out in paragraphs 2.4(2)(a) 
and (2)(b) with the securities regulatory authority no later than the 45th day after the 
end of each interim period.
 
PART 3 
PFMI PRINCIPLES APPLICABLE TO 
RECOGNIZED CLEARING AGENCIES
PFMI Principles
3.1 A recognized clearing agency must establish, implement and maintain rules, 
procedures, policies or operations designed to ensure that it meets or exceeds PFMI 
Principles 1 to 3, 10, 13, 15 to 19, 20 other than key consideration 9, 21 to 23 and the 
following:
(a)	if the clearing agency operates as a central counterparty, PFMI 
Principles 4 to 9, 12 and 14;
(b)	if the clearing agency operates as a securities settlement system, PFMI 
Principles 4, 5, 7 to 9 and12; and
(c)	if the clearing agency operates as a central securities depository, PFMI 
Principle 11.
PART 4 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS OF 
RECOGNIZED CLEARING AGENCIES
Division 1 - Governance:
Board of directors
4.1 (1) A recognized clearing agency must have a board of directors.
(2) The board of directors must include appropriate representation by individuals who 
are
(a)	independent of the clearing agency, and
(b)	not employees or executive officers of a participant or their immediate 
family members.
(3) For the purposes of paragraph (2)(a), an individual is independent of a clearing 
agency if he or she has no direct or indirect material relationship with the clearing 
agency.
(4) For the purposes of subsection (3), a "material relationship" is a relationship that 
could, in the view of the clearing agency's board of directors, be reasonably expected 
to interfere with the exercise of a member's independent judgment.
Documented procedures regarding risk spill-overs
4.2 The board of directors and management of a recognized clearing agency must 
have documented procedures to manage possible risk spill over where the clearing 
agency provides services with a different risk profile than its depository, clearing and 
settlement services.
Chief Risk Officer and Chief Compliance Officer
4.3 (1) A recognized clearing agency must designate a chief risk officer and a chief 
compliance officer, who must report directly to the board of directors or, if 
determined by the board of directors, to the chief executive officer of the clearing 
agency.
(2) The chief risk officer must
(a)	have full responsibility and authority to maintain, implement and 
enforce the risk management framework established by the clearing 
agency,
(b)	make recommendations to the clearing agency's board of directors 
regarding the clearing agency's risk management framework,
(c)	monitor the effectiveness of the clearing agency's risk management 
framework, and
(d)	report to the clearing agency's board of directors on a timely basis upon 
becoming aware of any significant deficiency with the risk management 
framework.
(3) The chief compliance officer must
(a)	establish, implement, maintain and enforce written policies and 
procedures to identify and resolve conflicts of interest and ensure that 
the clearing agency complies with securities legislation,
(b)	monitor compliance with the policies and procedures described in 
paragraph (a),
(c)	report to the board of directors of the clearing agency as soon as 
practicable upon becoming aware of any circumstance indicating that the 
clearing agency, or any individual acting on its behalf, is not in 
compliance with securities legislation and one or more of the following 
apply:
(i)	the non-compliance creates a risk of harm to a participant,
(ii)	the non-compliance creates a risk of harm to the broader financial 
system,
(iii)	the non-compliance is part of a pattern of non-compliance, or
(iv)	the non-compliance may have an impact on the ability of the 
clearing agency to carry on business in compliance with securities 
legislation,
(d)	prepare and certify an annual report assessing compliance by the 
clearing agency, and individuals acting on its behalf, with securities 
legislation and submit the report to the board of directors,
(e)	report to the clearing agency's board of directors as soon as practicable 
upon becoming aware of a conflict of interest that creates a risk of harm 
to a participant or to the capital markets, and
(f)	concurrently with submitting a report under paragraphs (c), (d) or (e), 
file a copy of such report with the securities regulatory authority.
Board or advisory committees
4.4 (1) The board of directors of a recognized clearing agency must, at a minimum, 
establish and maintain committees on risk management, finance and audit.
(2) If a committee is a board committee, it must be chaired by a sufficiently 
knowledgeable individual who is independent of the clearing agency.
(3) Subject to subsection (4), a committee must have an appropriate representation by 
individuals who are independent of the clearing agency.
(4) An audit or risk committee must have an appropriate representation by individuals 
who are
(a)	independent of the clearing agency, and
(b)	not employees or executive officers of a participant or their immediate 
family members.
Division 2 - Default management:
Use of own capital
4.5 A recognized clearing agency that operates as a central counterparty must 
dedicate and use a reasonable portion of its own capital to cover losses resulting from 
one or more participant defaults.
Division 3 - Operational risk:
Systems requirements
4.6 For each system operated by or on behalf of a recognized clearing agency that 
supports the clearing agency's clearing, settlement and depository functions, the 
clearing agency must
(a)	develop and maintain
(i)	an adequate system of internal controls over that system, and
(ii)	adequate information technology general controls, including, 
without limitation, controls relating to information systems 
operations, information security, change management, problem 
management, network support and system software support,
(b)	in accordance with prudent business practice, on a reasonably frequent 
basis and, in any event, at least annually
(i)	make reasonable current and future capacity estimates, and
(ii)	conduct capacity stress tests to determine the ability of that 
system to process transactions in an accurate, timely and efficient 
manner, and
(c)	promptly notify the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory 
authority of any material systems failure, malfunction, delay or security 
breach, and provide timely updates on the status of the failure, 
malfunction, delay or security breach, the resumption of service, and the 
results of the clearing agency's internal review of the failure, 
malfunction, delay or security breach.
Systems reviews
4.7 (1) A recognized clearing agency must annually engage a qualified party to 
conduct an independent systems review and vulnerability assessment and prepare a 
report in accordance with established audit standards and best industry practices to 
ensure that the clearing agency is in compliance with paragraph 4.6(a) and section 
4.9.
(2) The clearing agency must provide the report resulting from the review conducted 
under subsection (1) to
(a)	its board of directors, or audit committee, promptly upon the report's 
completion, and
(b)	the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority, by the 
earlier of the 30th day after providing the report to its board of directors 
or the audit committee or the 60th day after the calendar year end.
Clearing agency technology requirements and testing facilities
4.8 (1) A recognized clearing agency must make available to participants, in their 
final form, all technology requirements regarding interfacing with or accessing the 
clearing agency
(a)	if operations have not begun, sufficiently in advance of operations to 
allow a reasonable period for testing and system modification by 
participants, and
(b)	if operations have begun, sufficiently in advance of implementing a 
material change to technology requirements to allow a reasonable period 
for testing and system modification by participants.
(2) After complying with subsection (1), the clearing agency must make available 
testing facilities for interfacing with or accessing the clearing agency
(a)	if operations have not begun, sufficiently in advance of operations to 
allow a reasonable period for testing and system modification by 
participants, and
(b)	if operations have begun, sufficiently in advance of implementing a 
material change to technology requirements to allow a reasonable period 
for testing and system modification by participants.
(3) The clearing agency must not begin operations before
(a)	it has complied with paragraphs (1)(a) and (2)(a), and
(b)	the chief information officer of the clearing agency, or an individual 
performing a similar function, has certified in writing to the regulator or, 
in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority, that all information 
technology systems used by the clearing agency have been tested 
according to prudent business practices and are operating as designed.
(4) The clearing agency must not implement a material change to the systems referred 
to in section 4.6 before
(a)	it has complied with paragraphs (1)(b) and (2)(b), and
(b)	the chief information officer of the clearing agency, or an individual 
performing a similar function, has certified in writing to the regulator or, 
in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority, that the change has been 
tested according to prudent business practices and is operating as 
designed.
(5) Subsection (4) does not apply to the clearing agency if the change must be made 
immediately to address a failure, malfunction or material delay of its systems or 
equipment and if
(a)	the clearing agency immediately notifies the regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the 
securities regulatory authority, of its intention to make the change, and
(b)	the clearing agency discloses to its participants the changed technology 
requirements as soon as practicable.
Testing of business continuity plans
4.9 A recognized clearing agency must
(a)	develop and maintain reasonable business continuity plans, including 
disaster recovery plans, and
(b)	test its business continuity plans, including its disaster recovery plans, 
according to prudent business practices and on a reasonably frequent 
basis and, in any event, at least annually.
 
Outsourcing
4.10 If a recognized clearing agency outsources a critical service or system to a 
service provider, including to an affiliated entity of the clearing agency, the clearing 
agency must do all of the following:
(a)	establish, implement, maintain and enforce written policies and 
procedures to conduct suitable due diligence for selecting service 
providers to which a critical service and system may be outsourced and 
for the evaluation and approval of those outsourcing arrangements;
(b)	identify any conflicts of interest between the clearing agency and the 
service provider to which a critical service and system is outsourced, and 
establish, implement, maintain and enforce written policies and 
procedures to mitigate and manage those conflicts of interest;
(c)	enter into a written contract with the service provider to which a critical 
service or system is outsourced that
(i)	is appropriate for the materiality and nature of the outsourced 
activities,
(ii)	includes service level provisions, and
(iii)	provides for adequate termination procedures;
(d)	maintain access to the books and records of the service provider relating 
to the outsourced activities;
(e)	ensure that the securities regulatory authority has the same access to all 
data, information and systems maintained by the service provider on 
behalf of the clearing agency that it would have absent the outsourcing 
arrangements;
(f)	ensure that all persons conducting audits or independent reviews of the 
clearing agency under this Instrument have appropriate access to all 
data, information and systems maintained by the service provider on 
behalf of the clearing agency that such persons would have absent the 
outsourcing arrangements;
(g)	take appropriate measures to determine that the service provider to 
which a critical service or system is outsourced establishes, maintains 
and periodically tests an appropriate business continuity plan, including 
a disaster recovery plan;
(h)	take appropriate measures to ensure that the service provider protects the 
clearing agency's proprietary information and participants' confidential 
information, including taking measures to protect information from loss, 
thefts, vulnerabilities, threats, unauthorized access, copying, use and 
modification, and discloses it only in circumstances where legislation or 
an order of a court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction requires the 
disclosure of such information;
(i)	establish, implement, maintain and enforce written policies and 
procedures to monitor the ongoing performance of the service provider's 
contractual obligations under the outsourcing arrangements.
Division 4 - Participation requirements:
Access requirements and due process
4.11 (1) A recognized clearing agency must not
(a)	unreasonably prohibit, condition or limit access by a person or company 
to the services offered by the clearing agency,
(b)	unreasonably discriminate among its participants or indirect participants,
(c)	impose any burden on competition that is not reasonably necessary and 
appropriate,
(d)	unreasonably require the use or purchase of another service for a person 
or company to utilize the clearing agency's services offered by it, and
(e)	impose fees or other material costs on its participants that are unfairly or 
inequitably allocated among the participants.
(2) For any decision made by the clearing agency that terminates, suspends or restricts 
a participant's membership in the clearing agency or that declines entry to 
membership to an applicant that applies to become a participant, the clearing agency 
must ensure that
(a)	the participant or applicant is given an opportunity to be heard or make 
representations, and
(b)	it keeps records of, gives reasons for, and provides for reviews of its 
decisions, including, for each applicant, the reasons for granting access 
or for denying or limiting access to the applicant, as the case may be.
(3) Nothing in subsection (2) limits or prevents the clearing agency from taking 
timely action in accordance with its rules and procedures to manage the default of one 
or more participants or in connection with the clearing agency's recovery or orderly 
wind-down, whether or not such action adversely affects a participant.
PART 5 
BOOKS AND RECORDS AND LEGAL ENTITY IDENTIFIER
Books and records
5.1 (1) A recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency must keep books, 
records and other documents as are necessary to account for the conduct of its 
clearing, settlement and depository activities, business transactions and financial 
affairs and must keep those other books, records and documents as may otherwise be 
required under securities legislation.
(2) The clearing agency must retain the books and records maintained under this 
section
(a)	for a period of seven years from the date the record was made or 
received, whichever is later,
(b)	in a safe location and a durable form, and
(c)	in a manner that permits them to be provided promptly to the securities 
regulatory authority.
Legal Entity Identifier
5.2 (1) In this section,
"Global Legal Entity Identifier System" means the system for unique 
identification of parties to financial transactions developed by the LEI 
Regulatory Oversight Committee, and
"LEI Regulatory Oversight Committee" means the international working group 
established by the Finance Ministers and the Central Bank Governors of the 
Group of Twenty nations and the Financial Stability Board, under the Charter 
of the Regulatory Oversight Committee for the Global Legal Entity Identifier 
System dated November 5, 2012.
(2) For the purposes of any recordkeeping and reporting requirements required under 
securities legislation, a recognized clearing agency or exempt clearing agency must 
identify itself by means of a single legal entity identifier assigned to the clearing 
agency in accordance with the standards set by the Global Legal Entity Identifier 
System.
(3) If the Global Legal Entity Identifier System is unavailable to the clearing agency, 
all of the following apply:
(a)	the clearing agency must obtain a substitute legal entity identifier that 
complies with the standards established by the LEI Regulatory Oversight 
Committee for pre-legal entity identifiers;
(b)	the clearing agency must use the substitute legal entity identifier until a 
legal entity identifier is assigned to the clearing agency in accordance 
with the standards set by the Global Legal Entity Identifier System;
(c)	after the holder of a substitute legal entity identifier is assigned a legal 
entity identifier in accordance with the standards set by the Global Legal 
Entity Identifier System, the clearing agency must ensure that it is 
identified only by the assigned identifier.
 
PART 6 
EXEMPTIONS
Exemption
6.1 (1) The regulator or the securities regulatory authority may grant an exemption 
from the provisions of this Instrument, in whole or in part, subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as may be imposed in the exemption.
(2) Despite subsection (1), in Ontario, only the regulator may grant an exemption.
(3) Except in Ontario, an exemption referred to in subsection (1) is granted under the 
statute referred to in Appendix B of National Instrument 14-101 Definitions opposite 
the name of the local jurisdiction.
PART 7 
EFFECTIVE DATE AND TRANSITION
Effective date and transition
7.1 (1) This Instrument comes into force on February 17, 2016.
(2) Despite section 3.1, until December 31, 2016, a recognized clearing agency is not 
required to implement rules, procedures, policies or operations designed to ensure that 
a recognized clearing agency meets or exceeds the following:
(a)	PFMI Principle 14;
(b)	key consideration 4 of PFMI Principle 3 and key consideration 3 of 
PFMI Principle 15 with respect to a clearing agency's recovery and 
orderly wind-down plans; and
(c)	PFMI Principle 19.
(3) In Saskatchewan, despite subsection (1), if these regulations are filed with the 
Registrar of Regulations after February 17, 2016, these regulations come into force on 
the day on which they are filed with the Registrar of Regulations.
 
FORM 24-102F1 
CLEARING AGENCY SUBMISSION TO 
JURISDICTION AND APPOINTMENT OF 
AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS
1.	Name of clearing agency (the "Clearing Agency"):
	____________________________________________________________
2.	Jurisdiction of incorporation, or equivalent, of Clearing Agency:
	____________________________________________________________
3.	Address of principal place of business of Clearing Agency:
	____________________________________________________________
4.	Name of the agent for service of process (the "Agent") for the Clearing 
Agency:
	____________________________________________________________
5.	Address of the Agent in ___________ [name of local jurisdiction]:
	____________________________________________________________
6.	The __________________ [name of securities regulatory authority] 
("securities regulatory authority") issued an order recognizing the Clearing 
Agency as a clearing agency pursuant to securities legislation, or the securities 
regulatory authority issued an order exempting the Clearing Agency from the 
requirement to be recognized as a clearing agency pursuant to such legislation, 
on ____________.
7.	The Clearing Agency designates and appoints the Agent as its agent upon 
whom may be served a notice, pleading, subpoena, summons or other process 
in any action, investigation or administrative, criminal, quasi-criminal, penal or 
other proceeding arising out of or relating to or concerning the activities of the 
Clearing Agency in ______________ [province of local jurisdiction]. The 
Clearing Agency hereby irrevocably waives any right to challenge service upon 
its Agent as not binding upon the Clearing Agency.
8.	The Clearing Agency agrees to unconditionally and irrevocably attorn to the 
non-exclusive jurisdiction of (i) the courts and administrative tribunals of 
______________ [name of local jurisdiction] and (ii) any proceeding in any 
province or territory arising out of, related to, concerning or in any other 
manner connected with the regulation and oversight of the activities of the 
Clearing Agency in ______________ [name of local jurisdiction].
9.	The Clearing Agency must file a new submission to jurisdiction and 
appointment of agent for service of process in this form at least 30 days before 
the Clearing Agency ceases to be recognized or exempted by the securities 
regulatory authority, to be in effect for six years from the date it ceases to be 
recognized or exempted unless otherwise amended in accordance with section 
10. 
10.	Until six years after it has ceased to be a recognized or exempted by the 
securities regulatory authority, the Clearing Agency must file an amended 
submission to jurisdiction and appointment of agent for service of process at 
least 30 days before any change in the name or above address of the Agent. 
11.	The Clearing Agency agrees that this submission to jurisdiction and 
appointment of agent for service of process is to be governed by and construed 
in accordance with the laws of ______________ [name of local jurisdiction].
Dated: _________________________________
	______________________________ 
	Signature of the Clearing Agency
	______________________________ 
	Print name and title of signing officer  
	of the Clearing Agency
AGENT 
CONSENT TO ACT AS AGENT FOR SERVICE
I, ______________________________________ [name of Agent in full; if a 
corporation, full corporate name] of ______________________________________  
[business address], hereby accept the appointment as agent for service of process of 
______________________________________ [insert name of Clearing Agency] and 
hereby consent to act as agent for service pursuant to the terms of the appointment 
executed by ______________________________________  [insert name of Clearing 
Agency] on ______________________________________ [insert date].
Dated: ________________________________					
	______________________________ 
	Signature of Agent
	______________________________ 
	Print name of person signing and, if  
	Agent is not an individual, the title of  
	the person
 
FORM 24-102F2 
CESSATION OF OPERATIONS REPORT FOR CLEARING AGENCY
1.	Identification: 
A.	Full name of the recognized or exempted clearing agency:
B.	Name(s) under which business is conducted, if different from item 1A:
2.	Date clearing agency proposes to cease carrying on business as a clearing 
agency: 
3.	If cessation of business was involuntary, date clearing agency has ceased to 
carry on business as a clearing agency: 
Exhibits
File all exhibits with the Cessation of Operations Report. For each exhibit, include the 
name of the clearing agency, the date of filing of the exhibit and the date as of which 
the information is accurate (if different from the date of the filing). If any exhibit 
required is inapplicable, a statement to that effect must be provided instead of the 
exhibit. 
Exhibit A
The reasons for the clearing agency ceasing to carry on business as a clearing agency. 
Exhibit B
A list of all participants in Canada during the last 30 days prior to ceasing business as 
a clearing agency. 
Exhibit C
A description of the alternative arrangements available to participants in respect of the 
services offered by the clearing agency immediately before the cessation of business 
as a clearing agency. 
Exhibit D
A description of all links the clearing agency had immediately before the cessation of 
business as a clearing agency with other clearing agencies or trade repositories.
 
CERTIFICATE OF CLEARING AGENCY
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report is true and correct. 
DATED at ________________ this ________ day of _________________ 20 _____
_________________________	 
(Name of clearing agency)
_________________________	 
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
_________________________	 
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
_________________________	 
(Official capacity - please type or print)
Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Effective January 1, 2016, The North Waterloo Farmers Mutual Insurance Company 
changed its name to Heartland Farm Mutual Inc.
David Sorensen 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
 
Workers' Compensation Board
2016 Premium Rates 
Sector Index
(Workers' Compensation Act)




2016

Rate



Premium

Group
Industry

Industry Title
Rate
Notes






Sector 1 - Agriculture and Forestry
012100






01200

Beef Producers
2.97


01201

Feed Lots
2.97


01202

Livestock Auctions/Stockyards
2.97


01203

Dairy Farms
2.97


01204

Elk/Bison Producers
2.97


01205

Llama/Alpaca Producers
2.97


01206

Riding Academies/Horse Stables
2.97







014100






01400

Hog Producers
1.75


01401

Poultry/Egg Producers
1.75


01402

Goat/Sheep Producers
1.75


01403

Fishing/Fish or Fur Farms
1.75


01404

Apiaries
1.75







016100






01600

Hay/Grain/Crop Farming
2.25


01601

Harvesting/Baling - Custom
2.25


01602

Forage & Peat Moss Processing
2.25







018100






01800

Greenhouses/Market Gardens
1.70


01801

Mushroom Producers/Bait Farms
1.70


01802

Agri-Tourism Farms
1.70


 
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 Sarus 
Energy Ltd. on January 19, 2016.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on January 19, 2016.
Jonathan D. Warren, Warren Benson Amantea LLP.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Solar 
Construction Co. Ltd. on January 12, 2016.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on January 28, 2016.
Ross Nelson, Director.
Notice of Liquidation
Loric Glass Ltd.
(Business Corporations Act)
TAKE NOTICE that Grant Thornton Limited (the "Liquidator") has been appointed 
as Liquidator of Loric Glass Ltd. operating as an outsourced sales service for 
manufacturers in Edmonton (the "Company") by Order of Court of Queen's Bench of 
Alberta dated January 18, 2016 in Action Number 1503 17989, Judicial District of 
Edmonton. 
All persons having claims against the Company, whether liquidated, unliquidated, 
future or contingent, are required to present particulars of such claim in writing to the 
Liquidator along with copies of any supporting documentation of such claim not later 
than March 4, 2016. All such claims and supporting documentation shall be provided 
by personal delivery, fax or email to the Liquidator, a copy of the Proof of Claim 
form can be found on the liquidator website at 
http://www.grantthornton.ca/services/reorg/bankruptcy_and_insolvency/loric. 
Provided that nothing in this Notice shall preclude the Liquidator from disallowing all 
or any portion of any claim submitted or from seeking additional clarification or 
documentation with respect to any such claim. 
All persons who are indebted to the Company are hereby required to pay to the 
Liquidator an amount equating to such indebtedness.  Such payments are to be 
directed to the Liquidator no later than thirty days after the publication of this Notice. 
Nothing in the Notice shall limit or preclude the Liquidator from asserting that a 
person is indebted to the Company for a sum in excess of that asserted or paid by that 
person in response to this Notice. Payment to any other party will not discharge your 
liability to the Company. 
All persons possessing any property of the Company are, subject to the remaining 
provisions of this paragraph, required to deliver such property to the Liquidator on or 
before thirty days after the publication of this Notice. Prior to delivering any such 
property, any person in the possession of property of the Company is to provide seven 
day written notice to the Liquidator by way of personal delivery or fax 
communication.  Such notice shall briefly describe the property of the Company 
which is in possession of the person giving the notice and shall include a return 
address, phone number, fax number or email address of the person giving notice. The 
Liquidator may in its absolute discretion provide to the person giving notice 
alternative directions or instructions with respect to delivery of the property. 
All payments, notices and deliveries to the Liquidator shall be directed to the 
Liquidator at Grant Thornton Limited, 1701 Scotia Place II, 10060 Jasper Avenue, 
Edmonton, AB, T5J 3R8, Fax No. 780-426-3208, Attention: Mr. David Lewis.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on January 27th, 2016.
Grant Thornton Limited, In its capacity as Liquidator of Loric Glass Ltd.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of Lethbridge
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Lethbridge will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Culver City Room 
(Room 147) on the main floor of City Hall, 910 4 Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, 
on Thursday, April 7, 2016, at 11:00 a.m., the following parcels of land:
Plan
Block
Lot/Unit
Civic Address
0614257
16
78
18 Couleesprings Pl S
2478R
1
33,34
1015 12B St S
4353S
68
1,2
1402 2 Ave S
384B

40-42
809 7 Ave S
0311888
19
117
813 Blackfoot Terr W
7911317
5
43
10 Mt Blakiston Pl W
8310663
1
1
300 Bridge Dr W
5329JK
G

320 Bridge Dr W
1011902
12
17
800 Canyonview Close W
9610158
4
6
15 Chilcotin Lane W
8311181

22
305-420 Columbia Blvd W
8311181

46
206-440 Columbia Blvd W
7811640
28
100
22 Columbia Pl W
8110763
4A
18
27 Dakota Rd W
9011100
1
17
26 Heritage Close W
1012954
11
35
3 Mt Sundial Bay W
7410532
25
25
21 Robin Rd N
8480GQ
6
7
625 Stafford Dr N
1044AI
2
13,14
1116 Stafford Dr N
7710767
4
2
1706 St Edward Blvd N
0513779
2
58
99 Jessie Robinson Close
6212GP
2
20
1119 7 St N
406R
160
22,23
702 12B St N
4863IA
2
24
1207 12B St N
406R
169
31,32
807 12C St N
2932AA

21,22
1818 4 Ave N
3365Y

10,11
1722 5A Ave N
0414358

19
4-4002 9 Ave N
Each property will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the following 
Terms and Conditions:
The properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the City of 
Lethbridge makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, zoning, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the 
development potential of the lands for any intended use by the successful bidder.
The successful bidder has a right to a clear title with some exceptions. Section 
423(1)(a) to (h) of the MGA states "a person who purchases a parcel of land at a 
public auction acquires the land free of all encumbrances, except (a) encumbrances 
arising from claims of the Crown in right of Canada, (b) irrigation of drainage 
debentures, (c) caveats referred to in section 39(12) of the Condominium Property 
Act, (d) registered easements and instruments registered pursuant to section 69 of the 
Land Titles Act, (e) right of entry orders as defined in the Surface Rights Act 
registered under the Land Titles Act, (f) a notice of lien filed pursuant to section 38 of 
the Rural Utilities Act, (g) a notice of lien filed pursuant to section 20 of the Rural 
Electrification Loan Act, and (h) liens registered pursuant to section 21 of the Rural 
Electrification Long-term Financing Act."
The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current 
year.
The successful bidder must, at the time of the sale, make a non-refundable ten 
percent (10%) deposit payable to the municipality, with the balance of the purchase 
price due on closing date.
Closing date for all sales will be fourteen (14) days after Auction Date. 
Goods and Services Tax (GST) will apply to all vacant parcels of land sold at the 
Public Auction.
No terms or conditions of the sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
municipality.
Payments by cash, certified cheque or bank draft only. Vendor financing or financing 
using third party mortgages or encumbrances upon the purchased lands, or other 
similar financing arrangements, cannot be accommodated.
The auctioneer, councilors, the chief administrative officer and the designated officers 
and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any property offered for sale, 
unless directed by the municipality to bid for or buy a parcel of land on behalf of the 
municipality. 
If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property 
cannot be sold at the public auction.
Once the property is declared sold to another individual at public auction the previous 
owner has no further right of possession by paying the tax arrears.
The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the auction.
The purchaser will be required to execute a Sale Agreement in form and substance 
provided by the municipality.
The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.
The purchaser will be responsible for the transfer registration fee.
The City of Lethbridge may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
property that is not sold at the public auction.
A property will be removed from the Public Auction if payment of all arrears of taxes 
and costs occurs at any time prior to the sale.
Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, February 13, 2016.
Stan Dilworth, Assessment and Taxation Manager.
 
City of St. Albert
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of St. Albert will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Douglas Cardinal 
Boardroom, Third Floor, St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert, Alberta, on 
Tuesday, April 12, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:

Lot or 
Unit
Block
Plan
1
7

9320406
2
116
3
9123409
3
14

7922344
4
24
19
8621985
5
5
1
4708RS
6
16
12
2924TR
7
55
27
7922714
8
34
1
0324400
9
12

0920186
Each parcel of land offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.  Redemption 
of a parcel of land offered for sale may be effected by certified payment of all arrears 
of taxes, penalties and costs at any time prior to the date of the Public Auction.
Terms: 10% deposit and balance payable within 30 days of the date of the Public 
Auction.  G.S.T. will apply to all applicable lands.
The City of St. Albert may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the City of St. 
Albert makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the 
developability of the lands for any intended use by the successful bidder.  No bid will 
be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions to the sale of any parcel of 
land.  No terms and conditions will be considered other than those specified by the 
City of St. Albert.  The minimum reserve bid cannot be lower than the market value 
estimate predetermined by the City Assessor.  The successful bidder shall be required 
to execute a Sale Agreement in a form and substance acceptable to The City of St. 
Albert.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
Dated at St. Albert, Alberta, January 26, 2016.
Director, Assessment and Taxation Services.
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will offer for sale, by public auction, in 
the Jubilee Center, 4th Floor Boardroom, 9909 Franklin Avenue, Fort McMurray, 
Alberta, on Thursday, March 31, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Plan
Blk
Lot
Unit
Certificate 
of Title 
Number
Reserve 
Bid
Location
9924071


Unit 501
092357482
233,560
Fort McMurray
8120257


Unit 93
112070383
320,000
Fort McMurray
0321365


Unit 22
042349706
59,440
Fort McMurray
1021359


Unit 352
112385344002
289,900
Fort McMurray
2274NY
1
3A

072475442
637,410
Fort McMurray
1268NY
1
8

072475441
869,330
Fort McMurray
1268NY
1
4

072475437
574,080
Fort McMurray
1268NY
1
5

072475438
574,080
Fort McMurray
1268NY
1
6

072475439
574,110
Fort McMurray
1268NY
1
7

072475440
574,100
Fort McMurray
7620092
45
38

042131910
591,700
Fort McMurray
7921223
67
49

082137972
705,470
Fort McMurray
7921223
69
3

902210503
571,060
Fort McMurray
8021471
49
7B

902274502
531,940
Fort McMurray
8022553
84
20

122150250
617,740
Fort McMurray
0224952


Unit 8
052435450
439,900
Fort McMurray
8521401
4
21

012169263
854,490
Fort McMurray
0325300
8
27

042515434
942,970
Fort McMurray
0725760
27
22

112218285
640,450
Fort McMurray
1022191
26
36

102308501
871,100
Fort McMurray
8321682
1
27

072331907
84,670
Fort Chipewyan
8321682
3
26

882289619
84,850
Fort Chipewyan
8321906

110

092174490
95,600
Janvier
8321906

106

042222496
99,690
Janvier
8321550

130

082551245
298,650
Conklin
0024365
2
6

052241038
400,340
Fort McMurray
0024365
5
12

112074539
367,880
Fort McMurray
The parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservation 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 Regional 
Municipality of Wood Buffalo makes no representation and gives no warranty 
whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil condition, 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.  No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions 
precedent to the sale of any property.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque made payable to the Regional 
Municipality of Wood Buffalo.
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo may, after the public auction, become 
the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
If you have any inquiries regarding the above parcels of land, please contact us at 
780-743-7819 or 780-743-7901.
Dated at Fort McMurray, Alberta, February 1, 2016.
Helen Baxter/Aasma Amin, Assessment and Taxation Department 
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo.
______________
Town of Coalhurst
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Coalhurst will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
Town Administration Building, located at 100 - 51 Avenue, Coalhurst, Alberta, on 
Thursday, March 31, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
7
4
7610392
9
12
8110790
The parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Town of 
Coalhurst makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession or 
the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Town of Coalhurst.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Town of Coalhurst may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% deposit by way of cash, bank draft or certified cheque, made payable to 
the Town of Coalhurst, on date of public auction, with final payment to be received 
within 30 days, by bank draft or certified cheque, made payable to the Town of 
Coalhurst.  Failure to pay the balance within the specified time will result in the 
forfeit of the deposit and the Town will consider the next bid.  The above property 
may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Coalhurst, Alberta, January 25, 2016.
Kyle Bullock, Director of Corporate Services.
______________
Town of Morinville
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Morinville will offer for sale, by public auction, at St. Germain Place, 
10125 - 100 Avenue, Morinville, Alberta, in the Council Chambers on Tuesday, 
March 29, 2016, at 2:30 p.m., the following lands:
Roll
Legal Description
149100
Lot 60 Block 5 Plan 7920204
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Morinville 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.
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 Town of Morinville 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 Morinville, Alberta, January 19, 2016.
Andrew Isbister, Interim Chief Administration Officer.
______________
Town of Taber
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Taber will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
Town Administration Building, A - 4900 50 Street, Taber, Alberta, on Wednesday, 
March 30, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following parcels of land:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
10, 11, 12
46
575T
111314068
This land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis.  The Town of Taber 
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.
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid, and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the Certificate of Title that applies to that parcel.
Terms: 10% cash deposit, balance within forty-five (45) working days.
The Town of Taber may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
If tax arrears are paid on any of these parcels of land prior to the auction, that parcel 
will be removed from the auction list.  If the auction is cancelled as a result of all tax 
arrears being paid, the Town of Taber will post a notice in the Town Administration 
Building foyer.
Dated at Taber, Alberta, February 1, 2016.
Greg Birch, Chief Administrative Officer.
 
Town of Vermilion
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Vermilion will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Hall, 5021 - 
49th Avenue, Vermilion, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 29, 2016, at 1:00 p.m., the 
following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
Civic Address
Certificate of 
Title
20
38
635V
4715 55 Avenue
912046113
19
52
5706
5728 Park Drive
012225966
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town makes 
no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, 
soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, absence or 
presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the developability of 
the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.  No bid will be accepted where 
the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No terms 
and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the Town.
The Town of Vermilion may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, or Certified Cheque.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Vermilion, Alberta, February 2, 2016.
______________
Village of Chipman
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Chipman will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village 
Administration Office, 4816-50 Street, Chipman, Alberta, on Monday, April 11, 
2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot(s)
Block
Plan
1 & 2
2
5250-Q
17
1
5250-Q
Pt NE-30-54-18-4 containing 0.413 Hectares 
(1.02 Acres) more or less.
Each parcel of land will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Village of 
Chipman makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject land for an intended use by the purchaser.   No bid will be accepted 
where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No 
terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
Village.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Village may, after the public auction, become the owner of any property or parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Chipman, Alberta, January 11, 2016.
Pat Tomkow, Administrator.






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