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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 112	Edmonton, Friday, April 15, 2016	No. 07
RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
Retirement of Supernumerary Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
March 9, 2016 
Honourable Judge Harold Ralph Chisholm
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 053/2016
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	March 8, 2016
The Lieutenant Governor in Council amends Order in Council numbered O.C. 
68/2010 by striking out Appendix A and substituting the attached Appendix A, 
effective January 1, 2010.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED  
FROM LAMONT COUNTY AND ANNEXED  
TO THE VILLAGE OF CHIPMAN
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-ONE (31), TOWNSHIP 
FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE EIGHTEEN (18) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING ALL THAT LAND ADJACENT TO THE EAST 
SIDE OF SAID QUARTER SECTION LYING WEST OF THE EAST BOUNDARY 
OF PLAN 962 1333.
SECTION TWENTY-NINE (29), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE 
EIGHTEEN (18) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING THE 
NORTH-SOUTH ROAD ALLOWANCE ADJACENT TO THE EAST SIDE OF 
SAID SECTION.
THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION THIRTY (30), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), 
RANGE EIGHTEEN (18) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN AND 
INCLUDING ALL THAT LAND ADJACENT TO THE EAST SIDE OF SAID 
HALF SECTION LYING EAST OF THE WEST BOUNDARY OF PLAN 812 1295 
AND INCLUDING ALL THAT PORTION OF THE EAST-WEST ROAD 
ALLOWANCE LYING EAST OF THE PROJECTION SOUTH OF THE WEST 
BOUNDARY OF PLAN 812 1295.
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-FOUR (24), TOWNSHIP 
FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE NINETEEN (19) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING THE EAST-WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE 
ADJACENT TO THE NORTH OF SAID QUARTER SECTION.
SECTION NINETEEN (19), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE EIGHTEEN 
(18) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING ALL THAT LAND 
ADJACENT TO THE WEST SIDE OF SAID QUARTER SECTION LYING EAST 
OF THE WEST BOUNDARY OF PLAN 812 1295.
THE WEST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY (20), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), 
RANGE EIGHTEEN (18) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN.
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O.C. 054/2016
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	March 8, 2016
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective July 1, 2015, the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B is separated from Lethbridge County and annexed to 
the Town of Coalhurst,
(b)	any taxes owing to Lethbridge County at the end of June 30, 2015 in respect 
of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the Town of 
Coalhurst together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in respect of 
those taxes, and the Town of Coalhurst upon collecting those taxes, 
penalties and costs must pay them to Lethbridge County,
(c)	for the purposes of taxation in 2015, Lethbridge County must assess and tax 
the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it,
(d)	taxes payable for the 2015 taxation year in respect of the assessable land and 
any improvements to it are to be paid to Lethbridge County and upon 
collecting those taxes Lethbridge County must remit them to the Town of 
Coalhurst, and
(e)	the assessor for the Town of Coalhurst must assess, for the purposes of 
taxation in 2016 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 LETHBRIDGE COUNTY AND ANNEXED  
TO THE TOWN OF COALHURST
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION SIXTEEN (16), 
TOWNSHIP NINE (9), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF COALHURST LYING 
EAST OF THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN RY157 AND INCLUDING 
THAT PORTION OF THE N/S ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING EAST OF SAID 
HALF SECTION.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE EAST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE ( 
21), TOWNSHIP NINE (9), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF COALHURST LYING 
SOUTH OF THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 3136BM AND 
INCLUDING ALL THAT PORTION OF PLAN 831-0050 WITHIN SAID 
HALF SECTION.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE N/S ROAD ALLOWANCE ADJACENT TO 
THE EAST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), TOWNSHIP NINE (9), 
RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22),  WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN LYING 
SOUTH OF THE PROJECTION EAST OF THE NORTHERNMOST POINT 
OF PLAN 831-0050.
 
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 taxation purposes in 2015 and subsequent years up to and including 2035, the 
annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
(a)	must be assessed by the Town of Coalhurst on the same basis as if they had 
remained in Lethbridge County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Coalhurst in respect of each assessment class 
that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
using the municipal tax rate established by Lethbridge County for property 
of the same assessment class.
3	Where in any taxation year a portion of the annexed land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or 
separation of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any 
other method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner, 
or
(b)	is redesignated at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner under the 
Town of Coalhurst's Land Use Bylaw to another designation,
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 a portion of the annexed land in a taxation year, 
that portion of the annexed land 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 Town of 
Coalhurst is assessed and taxed.
5	The Town of Coalhurst shall, within 30 days after the date this Order in Council 
is made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, pay compensation to Lethbridge 
County in the amount of fourteen thousand and twenty-eight dollars and 
seventy-two cents ($14,028.72).
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Forestry
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District, I hereby request that the 
Irrigation Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land 
Titles for the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and 
arrange for notice to be published in The Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0022 106 140
4;22;11;28;SE
971 089 049 +1
0022 084 180
4;22;11;16;SW
001 077 530
0022 084 214
4;22;11;16;NW
001 077 530 +1
0022 085 353
4;22;11;17;NE
081 189 290
0035 675 066
4;22;11;15;SW
131 108 168 +3
0022 084 206
4;22;11;16;SE
991 122 485 +2
0022 087 274
4;22;11;21;SW
991 180 405
0013 362 132
4;22;11;22;SW
991 122 486
0022 091 391
4;22;11;22;NW
991 122 487
0022 084 198
4;22;11;16;NE
131 124 587
0022 091 383
4;22;11;21;SE
131 124 588
0022 091 375
4;22;11;21;NE
131 124 588
0016 039 893
4;22;11;9;NE
971 135 354 + 1
0012 921 268
4;22;11;9;SE
981 114 278
I certify that the procedures required under Part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have 
been completed and the area of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District should 
be changed according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
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On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0029 838 794
4;22;23;25;NE
121 234 715
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
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On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be removed from the irrigation district and the 
notation removed from the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0013303524
7710634;5;12
151 303 638
0016 210 015
7710634;1;20
161 030 440
0027 600 303
9812349;3;1
16 1 028 579
0021 599 569
4;28;24;2;NE
101 356 200
0021 599 577
4;28;24;2;SE
101 356 200 +1
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
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 "Richdale Upper Mannville "QQ" Unit" effective February 29, 
2016.
Raksha Acharya, for Minister of Energy.
 
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Chauvin South 
Lloydminster Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on October 1, 2015.
 
 
 
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 - Highvale Banff 
Agreement No. 2" and that the Unit became effective on December 1, 2015.
 
 
 
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 Banff 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on December 1, 2015.
 
 
 
 
Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  Li Xie and Shifen Chen 
Consideration:  $520,000.00 
Land Description:  Plan 0214343, Block 2, Lot 3.  Excepting thereout all mines and 
minerals.  Area: 1.78 Hectares (4.4 Acres) more or less.
Justice and Solicitor General
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Anderson, Joseph Michael Chaz 
Ash, Samantha 
Audette, Clinton Robert 
Bales, Jennifer Pamela 
Bond, Charles Eugene 
Boyle, James Arnold 
Brown, Colin Michael 
Butt, Justin Chesley James 
Campbell, Craig Andrew 
Choo, Sherrie Shui Jin 
Fenton, Christina Marie 
Gill, Charles Pierre Philippe Vincent 
Lavertu, Maxime Joseph Ianick 
Lazorko, James Edward 
Lessmeister, Andrew Kevin 
Magnusson, Joshua Thomas Ballam 
Mcgowan, Michael William 
Montgomery, Marcel James Olivier 
Orr, Brandon Jonathan 
Rauch, Kristopher Wayne 
Taylor, Melissa Marie Cecile 
Vallee, Patrick Denis 
Visser, Shane Brandon
(Date of Designation March 17, 2016)
 
Legislative Assembly
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
Notice: Member Elected to Serve in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Edmonton, April 4, 2016
Notice is hereby given under the provisions of the Election Act that I have received 
the Certificate and Return from the Returning Officer appointed to conduct the 
Provincial By-election on the 22nd day of March 2016, for the following Electoral 
Division, and the said Return shows that the following Member was duly elected:
Electoral Division	Member Elected
Calgary-Greenway	Prab Gill
Glen Resler, Chief Electoral Officer.
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation - Cancellation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Palliser Regional Municipal Services, Accreditation No. A000158, Order No. 0243
Is to cease services under the Safety Codes Act for the discipline of Building.
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code Including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations.
		Issued Date: March 30, 2016.
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Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Palliser Regional Municipal Services, Accreditation No. A000158, Order No. 0242
Is to cease services under the Safety Codes Act 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: March 30, 2016.
 
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Palliser Regional Municipal Services, Accreditation No. A000158, Order No. 0241
Is to cease services under the Safety Codes Act for the discipline of Fire.
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code Including Investigations Including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
		Issued Date: March 30, 2016.
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Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Palliser Regional Municipal Services, Accreditation No. A000158, Order No. 0240
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Gas.
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code & Propane 
Storage and Handling Code Including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations.
		Issued Date: March 30, 2016.
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Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Palliser Regional Municipal Services, Accreditation No. A000158, Order No. 0239
Is to cease administration under the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for 
Plumbing.
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code & Alberta Private Sewage 
Systems Standard of Practice Including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations.
		Issued Date: March 30, 2016.
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Shell Canada Ltd, Accreditation No. C000102, Order No. 2955
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code.
Accredited Date: March 21, 2016	Issued Date: March 21, 2016.
Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Village of Andrew, Accreditation No. M000332, Order No. 0923
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part I and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities
Excluding the Alberta Electrical Utility Code
Excluding any or all things, processes or activities located on all existing and future 
industrial facilities that are owned by or are under the care and control of an 
accredited corporation.
Accredited Date: November 18, 1996	Issued Date: March 17, 2016.
Alberta Securities Commission
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 91-101  
DERIVATIVES: PRODUCT DETERMINATION
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on January 13, 2016 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 91-101  
DERIVATIVES: PRODUCT DETERMINATION
Definitions and interpretation
1. (1)	This Instrument applies to Multilateral Instrument 96-101 Trade Repositories 
and Derivatives Data Reporting.
(2)	In this Instrument, a person or company is an affiliated entity of another 
person or company if one of them controls the other or if each of them is 
controlled by the same person or company.
(3)	In this Instrument, a person or company (the first party) is considered to 
control another person or company (the second party) if any of the following 
apply:
(a)	the first party beneficially owns or directly or indirectly exercises 
control or direction over securities of the second party carrying votes 
which, if exercised, would entitle the first party to elect a majority of the 
directors of the second party unless the first party holds the voting 
securities only to secure an obligation;
(b)	the second party is a partnership, other than a limited partnership, and 
the first party holds more than 50% of the interests of the partnership;
(c)	the second party is a limited partnership and the general partner of the 
limited partnership is the first party;
(d)	the second party is a trust and a trustee of the trust is the first party.
(4)	In British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, 
Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Yukon, in this Instrument, "derivative" 
means a contract or instrument if each of the following apply:
(a)	it is an option, swap, future, forward, or other financial or commodity 
contract or instrument whose market price, value, or delivery, payment 
or settlement obligations are derived from, referenced to or based on an 
underlying interest including a value, price, index, event, probability or 
thing;
(b)	it is a "security", as defined in securities legislation, solely by reason of 
it being one or more of the following:
(i)	a document evidencing an option, subscription or other interest in 
a security;
(ii)	a futures contract;
(iii)	an investment contract;
(iv)	an option.
(5)	In this Instrument, subject to subsection 2(1), "specified derivative" means
(a)	in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan, a 
"derivative" as defined in the securities legislation of the local 
jurisdiction, and
(b)	in British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest 
Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Yukon, a "derivative" as 
defined in subsection 1(4).
Excluded contracts and instruments
2. (1)	Despite subsection 1(5), in this Instrument, "specified derivative" does not 
include any of the following:
(a)	a contract or instrument that is regulated by any of the following:
(i)	gaming control legislation of Canada or of a jurisdiction of 
Canada;
(ii)	gaming control legislation of a foreign jurisdiction, if each of the 
following apply to the contract or instrument:
(A)	it is entered into outside of Canada;
(B)	it would be regulated under gaming control legislation of 
Canada or the local jurisdiction if it had been entered into 
in the local jurisdiction;
(b)	an insurance contract or an income or annuity contract or instrument, 
entered into
(i)	with an insurer holding a licence under insurance legislation of 
Canada or a jurisdiction of Canada and regulated as insurance 
under that legislation, or
(ii)	outside of Canada with an insurer holding a licence under 
insurance legislation of a foreign jurisdiction, if it would be 
regulated as insurance under insurance legislation of Canada or of 
the local jurisdiction if it had been entered into in the local 
jurisdiction;
(c)	a contract or instrument for the purchase and sale of currency if all of the 
following apply:
(i)	except if all or part of the delivery of the currency referenced in 
the contract or instrument is rendered impossible or commercially 
unreasonable by an intervening event or occurrence not 
reasonably within the control of the counterparties to the contract 
or instrument, their affiliated entities or their agents, the contract 
or instrument requires settlement by the delivery of the currency 
referenced in the contract or instrument on or before either of the 
following:
(A)	the 2nd business day after the date of execution of the 
transaction;
(B)	if the contract or instrument was entered into 
concurrently with a related trade in a security, the 
settlement date for the related trade in the security;
(ii)	the counterparties intended, at the time of the execution of the 
contract or instrument, that the contract or instrument would be 
settled by the delivery of the currency referenced in the contract 
or instrument within the time periods set out in subparagraph (i);
(iii)	the counterparties to the contract or instrument do not enter into 
an arrangement or practice that would permit the settlement date 
of the contract or instrument to be extended or that has the effect 
of extending the settlement date of the contract or instrument, 
whether by simultaneously terminating the contract or instrument 
and entering into another contract or instrument with similar 
terms or otherwise;
(d)	a contract or instrument for delivery of a commodity, other than 
currency, to which each of the following apply:
(i)	the counterparties intended, at the time of execution of the 
transaction, that the contract or instrument would be settled by 
delivery of the commodity;
(ii)	the contract or instrument does not permit cash settlement in place 
of delivery of the commodity except if all or part of the delivery is 
rendered impossible or commercially unreasonable by an 
intervening event or occurrence not reasonably within the control 
of the counterparties, their affiliated entities or their agents;
(e)	a contract or instrument that is evidence of a deposit issued by a bank 
listed in Schedule I, II or III to the Bank Act (Canada), by an association 
to which the Cooperative Credit Associations Act (Canada) applies or by 
a company to which the Trust and Loan Companies Act (Canada) 
applies;
(f)	a contract or instrument that is evidence of a deposit issued by a credit 
union, league, caisse populaire, loan corporation, treasury branch or trust 
company operated under legislation in a jurisdiction of Canada;
(g)	a contract or instrument that is traded on an exchange if that exchange is 
any of the following:
(i)	recognized by a securities regulatory authority in a jurisdiction of 
Canada;
(ii)	exempt from recognition by a securities regulatory authority in a 
jurisdiction of Canada;
(iii)	an exchange in a foreign jurisdiction that is a signatory to the 
International Organization of Securities Commissions' 
Multilateral Memorandum of Understanding;
(iv)	in Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and 
Yukon, designated under the securities legislation of the local 
jurisdiction;
(h)	in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan, a contract or 
instrument that would be a security but for the exclusion of derivatives 
from the definition of security, unless the contract or instrument would 
be a security solely by reason of it being an investment contract;
(i)	in British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest 
Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Yukon, a contract or 
instrument to which all of the following apply:
(i)	the contract or instrument is issued by any of the following:
(A)	an issuer;
(B)	a control person of an issuer;
(C)	an insider of an issuer;
(ii)	the underlying interest of the contract or instrument is a security 
of the issuer or of an affiliated entity of the issuer;
(iii)	the contract or instrument is used for either or both of the 
following purposes:
(A)	to compensate or incent the performance of a director, 
employee or service provider of the issuer or an affiliated 
entity of the issuer;
(B)	as a financing instrument in connection with the raising 
of capital for the issuer or an affiliated entity of the issuer 
or for the acquisition of a business or property by the 
issuer or an affiliated entity of the issuer.
(2)	For the purposes of paragraph (1)(g), a reference to "exchange" does not 
include the following:
(a)	a swap execution facility as that term is defined in the Commodity 
Exchange Act, 7 U.S.C. õ1a(50) (United States);
(b)	a security-based swap execution facility as that term is defined in the 
1934 Act;
(c)	a multilateral trading facility as that term is defined in Directive 
2014/65/EU Article 4(1)(22) of the European Parliament;
(d)	an organized trading facility as that term is defined in Directive 
2014/65/EU Article 4(1)(23) of the European Parliament;
(e)	an entity organised in a foreign jurisdiction that is similar to an entity 
described in any of paragraphs (a) to (d).
Effective date
3. (1)	This Instrument comes into force on May 1, 2016.
(2)	In Saskatchewan, despite subsection (1), if these regulations are filed with the 
Registrar of Regulations after May 1, 2016, these regulations come into force 
on the day on which they are filed with the Registrar of Regulations.
Alberta Securities Commission
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 96-101  
TRADE REPOSITORIES AND DERIVATIVES DATA REPORTING
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on January 13, 2016 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 96-101 
TRADE REPOSITORIES AND DERIVATIVES DATA REPORTING
PART 1 
DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
Definitions and interpretation
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;
	"asset class" means the category of the underlying interest of a derivative and 
includes, for greater certainty, interest rate, foreign exchange, credit, equity 
and commodity;
	"board of directors" means, in the case of a recognized trade repository that 
does not have a board of directors, a group of individuals that acts in a 
capacity similar to a board of directors;
	"creation data" means data resulting from a transaction which is within the 
classes of data described in the fields listed in Appendix A, other than 
valuation data;
	"derivatives data" means all data that is required to be reported under Part 3;
	"derivatives dealer" means a person or company engaging in or holding 
himself, herself or itself out as engaging in the business of trading in 
derivatives as principal or agent;
	"Global LEI System" means the system for unique identification of parties to 
financial transactions developed by the Legal Entity Identifier Regulatory 
Oversight Committee;
	"interim period" means interim period as defined in section 1.1 of National 
Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations;
	"Legal Entity Identifier System 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;
	"life-cycle event" means an event that results in a change to derivatives data 
reported to a recognized trade repository in respect of a derivative;
	"life-cycle event data" means data reflecting changes to derivatives data 
resulting from a life-cycle event;
	"local counterparty" means a counterparty to a derivative if, at the time of the 
transaction, one or more of the following apply:
(a)	the counterparty is a person or company, other than an individual, to 
which one or more of the following apply:
(i)	it is organized under the laws of the local jurisdiction;
(ii)	its head office is in the local jurisdiction;
(iii)	its principal place of business is in the local jurisdiction;
(b)	the counterparty is a derivatives dealer in the local jurisdiction;
(c)	the counterparty is an affiliated entity of a person or company to which 
paragraph (a) applies and the person or company is liable for all or 
substantially all of the liabilities of the counterparty;
	"participant" means a person or company that has entered into an agreement 
with a recognized trade repository to access the services of the recognized 
trade repository;
	"publicly accountable enterprise" means a publicly accountable enterprise as 
defined in Part 3 of National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting 
Principles and Auditing Standards;
	"reporting clearing agency" means either of the following:
(a)	a person or company recognized or exempted from recognition as a 
clearing agency under securities legislation;
(b)	a clearing agency that has provided a written undertaking to the 
regulator or securities regulatory authority to act as the reporting 
counterparty with respect to derivatives cleared by it that are subject to 
this Instrument;
	"reporting counterparty" has the same meaning as in subsection 25(1);
	"transaction" means any of the following:
(a)	entering into, assigning, selling or otherwise acquiring or disposing of a 
derivative;
(b)	the novation of a derivative;
	"U.S. AICPA GAAS" means auditing standards of the American Institute of 
Certified Public Accountants, as amended from time to time;
	"U.S. GAAP" means generally accepted accounting principles in the United 
States of America that the SEC has identified as having substantial 
authoritative support, as supplemented by Regulation S-X under the 1934 Act, 
as amended from time to time;
	"U.S. PCAOB GAAS" means auditing standards of the Public Company 
Accounting Oversight Board (United States of America), as amended from 
time to time;
	"user" means, in respect of a recognized trade repository, a counterparty to a 
derivative that has been reported to the recognized trade repository under this 
Instrument including, for greater certainty, a delegate of a counterparty acting 
in its delegated capacity;
	"valuation data" means data within the classes of data described in the fields 
listed in Appendix A under Item E - "Valuation Data".
(2)	In this Instrument, a person or company is an affiliated entity of another 
person or company if one of them controls the other or if each of them is 
controlled by the same person or company.
(3)	In this Instrument, a person or company (the first party) is considered to 
control another person or company (the second party) if any of the following 
apply:
(a)	the first party beneficially owns or directly or indirectly exercises 
control or direction over securities of the second party carrying votes 
which, if exercised, would entitle the first party to elect a majority of the 
directors of the second party unless the first party holds the voting 
securities only to secure an obligation;
(b)	the second party is a partnership, other than a limited partnership, and 
the first party holds more than 50% of the interests of the partnership;
(c)	the second party is a limited partnership and the general partner of the 
limited partnership is the first party;
(d)	the second party is a trust and a trustee of the trust is the first party.
(4)	In this Instrument, "derivative" means a "specified derivative" as defined in 
Multilateral Instrument 91-101 Derivatives: Product Determination.
(5)	In this Instrument, "trade repository" means
(a)	in British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest 
Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Yukon, a quotation and 
trade reporting system for derivatives, and
(b)	in Nova Scotia, a derivatives trade repository.
PART 2 
TRADE REPOSITORY RECOGNITION AND  
ONGOING REQUIREMENTS
Filing of initial information on application for recognition as a trade repository
2. (1)	A person or company applying for recognition as a trade repository must file 
Form 96101F1 Application for Recognition - Trade Repository Information 
Statement as part of its application.
(2)	A person or company applying for recognition as a trade repository whose 
head office or principal place of business is located in a foreign jurisdiction 
must file Form 96-101F2 Trade Repository Submission to Jurisdiction and 
Appointment of Agent for Service of Process.
(3)	No later than the 7th day after becoming aware of an inaccuracy in or making a 
change to the information provided in Form 96-101F1, a person or company 
that has filed Form 96-101F1 must file an amendment to Form 96-101F1 in 
the manner set out in Form 96-101F1.
Change in information by a recognized trade repository
3. (1)	A recognized trade repository must not implement a significant change to a 
matter set out in Form 96-101F1 Application for Recognition - Trade 
Repository Information Statement unless it has filed an amendment to the 
information provided in Form 96-101F1 in the manner set out in Form 96-
101F1 no later than 45 days before implementing the change.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a recognized trade repository must not implement a 
change to a matter set out in Exhibit I (Fees) of Form 96-101F1 unless it has 
filed an amendment to the information provided in Exhibit I no later than 15 
days before implementing the change.
(3)	For a change to a matter set out in Form 96-101F1 other than a change 
referred to in subsection (1) or (2), a recognized trade repository must file an 
amendment to the information provided in Form 96-101F1 by the earlier of
(a)	the close of business of the recognized trade repository on the 10th day 
after the end of the month in which the change was made, or
(b)	the time the recognized trade repository discloses the change.
Filing of initial audited financial statements
4. (1)	A person or company applying for recognition as a trade repository must file 
audited financial statements for its most recently completed financial year as 
part of its application for recognition as a trade repository.
(2)	The financial statements referred to in subsection (1) must
(a)	be prepared in accordance with one of the following:
(i)	Canadian GAAP applicable to publicly accountable enterprises;
(ii)	IFRS;
(iii)	U.S. GAAP, if the person or company is incorporated or 
organized under the laws of the United States of America or a 
jurisdiction of the United States of America,
(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 one of the following:
(i)	Canadian GAAS;
(ii)	International Standards on Auditing;
(iii)	U.S. AICPA GAAS or U.S. PCAOB GAAS, if the person or 
company is incorporated or organized under the laws of the 
United States of America or a jurisdiction of the United States of 
America.
(3)	The financial statements referred to in subsection (1) must be accompanied by 
an auditor's report that
(a)	is prepared in accordance with the same auditing standards used to 
conduct the audit and,
(i)	if prepared in accordance with Canadian GAAS or International 
Standards on Auditing, expresses an unmodified opinion, or
(ii)	if prepared in accordance with U.S. AICPA GAAS or U.S. 
PCAOB GAAS, expresses an unqualified opinion,
(b)	identifies all financial periods presented for which the auditor has issued 
the auditor's report,
(c)	identifies the auditing standards used to conduct the audit,
(d)	identifies the accounting principles used to prepare the financial 
statements, and
(e)	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 by a recognized trade 
repository
5. (1)	A recognized trade repository must file annual audited financial statements 
that comply with subsections 4(2) and (3) no later than the 90th day after the 
end of its financial year.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must file interim financial statements no later 
than the 45th day after the end of each interim period.
(3)	The interim financial statements referred to in subsection (2) must
(a)	be prepared in accordance with one of the following:
(i)	Canadian GAAP applicable to publicly accountable enterprises;
(ii)	IFRS;
(iii)	U.S. GAAP, if the person or company is incorporated or 
organized under the laws of the United States of America or a 
jurisdiction of the United States of America, and
(b)	identify in the notes to the financial statements the accounting principles 
used to prepare the financial statements.
Ceasing to carry on business
6. (1)	A recognized trade repository that intends to cease carrying on business as a 
trade repository in the local jurisdiction must file a report on Form 96-101F3 
Cessation of Operations Report for Recognized Trade Repository no later than 
the 180th day before the date on which it intends to cease carrying on that 
business.
(2)	A recognized trade repository that involuntarily ceases to carry on business as 
a trade repository in the local jurisdiction must file a report on Form 96-101F3 
as soon as practicable after it ceases to carry on that business.
Legal framework
7. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain clear 
and transparent written rules, policies and procedures that are not contrary to 
the public interest and that are reasonably designed to ensure that
(a)	each material aspect of its activities complies with applicable laws,
(b)	its rules, policies, procedures and contractual arrangements applicable to 
its users are consistent with applicable laws,
(c)	the rights and obligations of its users and owners with respect to the use 
of derivatives data reported to the trade repository are clear and 
transparent, and
(d)	where a reasonable person would conclude that it is appropriate to do so, 
an agreement that it enters into clearly states service levels, rights of 
access, protection of confidential information, who possesses intellectual 
property rights and levels of operational reliability of the recognized 
trade repository's systems, as applicable.
(2)	Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), a recognized trade repository 
must implement rules, policies and procedures that clearly establish the status 
of records of contracts for derivatives reported to the trade repository and 
whether those records of contracts are the legal contracts of record.
Governance
8. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain clear 
and transparent written governance arrangements that set out a clear 
organizational structure with direct lines of responsibility and are reasonably 
designed to do each of the following:
(a)	provide for internal controls;
(b)	provide for the safety of the recognized trade repository;
(c)	ensure oversight of the recognized trade repository;
(d)	support the stability of the financial system and other relevant public 
interest considerations;
(e)	balance the interests of relevant stakeholders.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
rules, policies and procedures reasonably designed to identify and manage or 
resolve conflicts of interest.
(3)	A recognized trade repository must disclose on its website, in a manner that is 
easily accessible to the public,
(a)	the governance arrangements required under subsection (1), and
(b)	the rules, policies and procedures required under subsection (2).
Board of directors
9. (1)	A recognized trade repository must have a board of directors.
(2)	The board of directors of a recognized trade repository must include
(a)	individuals who have sufficient skill and experience to effectively 
oversee the management of its operations in accordance with all relevant 
laws, and
(b)	reasonable representation by individuals who are independent of the 
recognized trade repository.
(3)	The board of directors of a recognized trade repository must, in consultation 
with the chief compliance officer of the recognized trade repository, manage 
or resolve conflicts of interest identified by the chief compliance officer.
Management
10. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
policies and procedures that
(a)	specify the roles and responsibilities of management, and
(b)	ensure that management has sufficient skill and experience to effectively 
discharge its roles and responsibilities.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must notify the regulator or securities regulatory 
authority no later than the 5th business day after appointing or replacing its 
chief compliance officer, chief executive officer or chief risk officer.
Chief compliance officer
11. (1)	The board of directors of a recognized trade repository must appoint a chief 
compliance officer with sufficient skill and experience to effectively serve in 
that capacity.
(2)	The chief compliance officer of a recognized trade repository must report 
directly to the board of directors of the recognized trade repository or, if so 
directed by the board of directors, to the chief executive officer of the 
recognized trade repository.
(3)	The chief compliance officer of a recognized trade repository must
(a)	establish, implement and maintain written rules, policies and procedures 
designed to identify and resolve conflicts of interest,
(b)	establish, implement and maintain written rules, policies and procedures 
designed to ensure that the recognized trade repository complies with 
securities legislation,
(c)	monitor compliance with the rules, policies and procedures required 
under paragraphs (a) and (b) on an ongoing basis,
(d)	report to the board of directors of the recognized trade repository as soon 
as practicable upon becoming aware of a circumstance indicating that 
the recognized trade repository, or an individual acting on its behalf, has 
not complied with securities legislation in any jurisdiction, including a 
foreign jurisdiction, in which it operates and any of the following apply:
(i)	the non-compliance creates a risk of harm to a user;
(ii)	the non-compliance creates a risk of harm to the capital markets;
(iii)	the non-compliance is part of a pattern of non-compliance;
(iv)	the non-compliance could impact the ability of the recognized 
trade repository to carry on business as a trade repository in 
compliance with securities legislation,
(e)	report to the board of directors of the recognized trade repository as soon 
as practicable upon becoming aware of a conflict of interest that creates 
a risk of harm to a user or to the capital markets, and
(f)	prepare and certify an annual report assessing compliance by the 
recognized trade repository, and individuals acting on its behalf, with 
securities legislation and submit the report to the board of directors.
(4)	Concurrently with submitting a report under paragraph (3)(d), (e) or (f), the 
chief compliance officer must file a copy of the report with the regulator or 
securities regulatory authority.
Fees
12.	A recognized trade repository must disclose on its website, in a manner that is 
easily accessible to the public, all fees and other material charges imposed by 
it on its participants for each service it offers with respect to the collection and 
maintenance of derivatives data.
Access to recognized trade repository services
13. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
objective risk-based criteria for participation that permit fair and open access 
to the services it provides.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must disclose the criteria referred to in 
subsection (1) on its website in a manner that is easily accessible to the public.
(3)	A recognized trade repository must not do any of the following:
(a)	unreasonably prevent, condition or limit access by a person or company 
to the services offered by it;
(b)	unreasonably discriminate between or among its participants;
(c)	impose an unreasonable barrier to competition;
(d)	require a person or company to use or purchase another service to utilize 
the trade reporting service offered by the trade repository.
Acceptance of reporting
14.	A recognized trade repository must accept derivatives data from a participant 
for all derivatives of an asset class set out in the recognition order for the trade 
repository.
Communication policies, procedures and standards
15.	A recognized trade repository must use or accommodate relevant 
internationally accepted communication procedures and standards that 
facilitate the efficient exchange of data between its systems and those of
(a)	its participants,
(b)	other trade repositories,
(c)	clearing agencies, exchanges and other platforms that facilitate 
derivatives transactions, and
(d)	its service providers.
Due process
16. (1)	Before making a decision that directly and adversely affects a participant or an 
applicant that applies to become a participant, a recognized trade repository 
must give the participant or applicant an opportunity to be heard.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must keep records of, give reasons for, and 
provide for reviews of its decisions, including, for each applicant, the reasons 
for granting, denying or limiting access.
Rules, policies and procedures
17. (1)	A recognized trade repository must have rules, policies and procedures that
(a)	allow a reasonable participant to understand each of the following:
(i)	the participant's rights, obligations and material risks resulting 
from being a participant of the recognized trade repository;
(ii)	the fees and other charges that the participant may incur in using 
the services of the recognized trade repository,
(b)	allow a reasonable user to understand the conditions of accessing 
derivatives data relating to a derivative to which it is a counterparty, and
(c)	are reasonably designed to govern all aspects of the services it offers 
with respect to the collection and maintenance of derivatives data and 
other information relating to a derivative.
(2)	The rules, policies and procedures of a recognized trade repository must not be 
inconsistent with securities legislation.
(3)	A recognized trade repository must monitor compliance with its rules, policies 
and procedures on an ongoing basis.
(4)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
rules, policies and procedures that provide appropriate sanctions for violations 
of its rules, policies and procedures applicable to its participants.
(5)	A recognized trade repository must disclose on its website, in a manner that is 
easily accessible to the public,
(a)	the rules, policies and procedures required under this section, and
(b)	its procedures for adopting new rules, policies and procedures or 
amending existing rules, policies and procedures.
Records of data reported
18. (1)	A recognized trade repository must have recordkeeping procedures reasonably 
designed to ensure that it records derivatives data accurately, completely and 
on a timely basis.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must keep, in a safe location and in a durable 
form, records of derivatives data relating to a derivative required to be 
reported under this Instrument for 7 years after the date on which the 
derivative expires or terminates.
(3)	A recognized trade repository must create and maintain at least one copy of 
each record of derivatives data required to be kept under subsection (2), for 
the same period as referenced in subsection (2), in a safe location and in a 
durable form, separate from the location of the original record.
Comprehensive risk-management framework
19.	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement, and maintain a 
written risk-management framework reasonably designed to comprehensively 
manage risks including general business, legal and operational risks.
General business risk
20. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain 
appropriate systems, controls and procedures reasonably designed to identify, 
monitor, and manage its general business risk.
(2)	Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), a recognized trade repository 
must hold sufficient insurance coverage and liquid net assets funded by equity 
to cover potential general business losses in order that it can continue 
operations and services as a going concern and in order to achieve a recovery 
or an orderly wind-down if those losses materialize.
(3)	For the purposes of subsection (2), a recognized trade repository must hold, at 
a minimum, liquid net assets funded by equity equal to 6 months of current 
operating expenses.
(4)	A recognized trade repository must have policies and procedures reasonably 
designed to identify scenarios that could potentially prevent it from being able 
to provide its critical operations and services as a going concern and to assess 
the effectiveness of a full range of options for an orderly wind-down.
(5)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
rules, policies and procedures reasonably designed to facilitate its orderly 
wind-down based on the results of the assessment required by subsection (4).
(6)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
rules, policies and procedures reasonably designed to ensure that it or a 
successor entity, insolvency administrator or other legal representative will be 
able to continue to comply with the requirements of subsection 6(2) and 
section 37 in the event of the bankruptcy or insolvency of the recognized trade 
repository or the wind-down of the recognized trade repository's operations.
System and other operational risk requirements
21. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain 
appropriate systems, controls and procedures reasonably designed to identify 
and minimize the impact of the plausible sources of operational risk, both 
internal and external, including risks to data integrity, data security, business 
continuity and capacity and performance management.
(2)	The systems, controls and procedures required under subsection (1) must be 
approved by the board of directors of the recognized trade repository.
(3)	Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), a recognized trade repository 
must
(a)	develop and maintain
(i)	an adequate system of internal controls over its systems, and
(ii)	adequate information technology general controls, including, 
without limitation, controls relating to information systems 
operations, information security and integrity, 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 those 
systems to process derivatives data in an accurate, timely and 
efficient manner, and
(c)	promptly notify the regulator or securities regulatory authority of a 
material systems failure, malfunction, delay or other disruptive incident, 
or a breach of data security, integrity or confidentiality, and provide a 
post-incident report that includes a root-cause analysis as soon as 
practicable.
(4)	Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), a recognized trade repository 
must establish, implement and maintain business continuity plans, including 
disaster recovery plans, reasonably designed to
(a)	achieve prompt recovery of its operations following a disruption,
(b)	allow for the timely recovery of information, including derivatives data, 
in the event of a disruption, and
(c)	provide for the exercise of authority in the event of an emergency.
(5)	A recognized trade repository must test its business continuity plans, including 
disaster recovery plans, at least annually.
(6)	For each of its systems for collecting and maintaining reports of derivatives 
data, a recognized trade repository must annually engage a qualified party to 
conduct an independent review and prepare a report in accordance with 
established audit standards to ensure that the recognized trade repository is in 
compliance with paragraphs (3)(a) and (b) and subsections (4) and (5).
(7)	A recognized trade repository must provide the report referred to in subsection 
(6) to
(a)	its board of directors or audit committee promptly upon the completion 
of the report, and
(b)	the regulator or securities regulatory authority not later than the 30th day 
after providing the report to its board of directors or audit committee.
(8)	A recognized trade repository must disclose on its website, in a manner that is 
easily accessible to the public, all technology requirements regarding 
interfacing with or accessing the services provided by the recognized trade 
repository
(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.
(9)	A recognized trade repository must make available testing facilities for 
interfacing with or accessing the services provided by the recognized trade 
repository,
(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.
(10)	A recognized trade repository must not begin operations in the local 
jurisdiction unless it has complied with paragraphs (8)(a) and (9)(a).
(11)	Paragraphs (8)(b) and (9)(b) do not apply to a recognized trade repository if
(a)	the change to the recognized trade repository's technology requirements 
must be made immediately to address a failure, malfunction or material 
delay of its systems or equipment,
(b)	the recognized trade repository immediately notifies the regulator or 
securities regulatory authority of its intention to make the change to its 
technology requirements, and
(c)	the recognized trade repository discloses on its website, in a manner that 
is easily accessible to the public, the changed technology requirements 
as soon as practicable.
Data security and confidentiality
22. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
rules, policies and procedures reasonably designed to ensure the safety, 
privacy and confidentiality of derivatives data reported to it under this 
Instrument.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must not release derivatives data for 
commercial or business purposes unless one or more of the following apply:
(a)	the derivatives data has otherwise been disclosed under section 39;
(b)	the counterparties to the derivative have provided the recognized trade 
repository with their express written consent to use or release the 
derivatives data.
Confirmation of data and information
23. (1)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain written 
rules, policies and procedures reasonably designed to allow for confirmation 
by each counterparty to a derivative that has been reported under this 
Instrument that the derivatives data reported in relation to the derivative is 
accurate.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a recognized trade repository is not required to 
establish, implement and maintain written rules, policies or procedures 
referred to in that subsection in respect of a counterparty that is not a 
participant of the recognized trade repository.
Outsourcing
24.	If a recognized trade repository outsources a material service or system to a 
service provider, including to an associate or affiliated entity of the recognized 
trade repository, the recognized trade repository must do each of the 
following:
(a)	establish, implement and maintain written rules, policies and procedures 
for the selection of a service provider to which a material service or 
system may be outsourced and for the evaluation and approval of such 
an outsourcing arrangement;
(b)	identify any conflicts of interest between the recognized trade repository 
and a service provider to which a material service or system is 
outsourced, and establish, implement, maintain and enforce written 
rules, policies and procedures to mitigate and manage or resolve those 
conflicts of interest;
(c)	enter into a written contract with the service provider that is appropriate 
for the materiality and nature of the outsourced activity and that provides 
for adequate termination procedures;
(d)	maintain access to the books and records of the service provider relating 
to the outsourced activity;
(e)	ensure that the regulator or securities regulatory authority has the same 
access to all data, information and systems maintained by the service 
provider on behalf of the recognized trade repository that it would have 
absent the outsourcing arrangement;
(f)	ensure that all persons or companies conducting an audit or independent 
review of the recognized trade repository under this Instrument have 
appropriate access to all data, information and systems maintained by 
the service provider on behalf of the recognized trade repository that 
those persons or companies would have absent the outsourcing 
arrangement;
(g)	take appropriate measures to determine that a service provider to which 
a material service or system is outsourced establishes, maintains and 
periodically tests an appropriate business continuity plan, including a 
disaster recovery plan in accordance with the requirements set out in 
section 21;
(h)	take appropriate measures to ensure that the service provider protects the 
safety, privacy and confidentiality of derivatives data and of users' 
confidential information in accordance with the requirements set out in 
section 22;
(i)	establish, implement, maintain and enforce written rules, policies and 
procedures to regularly review the performance of the service provider 
under the outsourcing agreement.
PART 3 
DATA REPORTING
Reporting counterparty
25. (1)	In this Instrument, "reporting counterparty", with respect to a derivative 
involving a local counterparty, means
(a)	if the derivative is cleared through a reporting clearing agency, the 
reporting clearing agency,
(b)	if paragraph (a) does not apply and the derivative is between a 
derivatives dealer and a counterparty that is not a derivatives dealer, the 
derivatives dealer,
(c)	if paragraphs (a) and (b) do not apply and the counterparties to the 
derivative have, at the time of the transaction, agreed in writing that one 
of them will be the reporting counterparty, the counterparty determined 
to be the reporting counterparty under the terms of that agreement, and
(d)	in any other case, each counterparty to the derivative.
(2)	A local counterparty to a derivative to which paragraph (1)(c) applies must 
keep a record of the written agreement referred to in that paragraph for 7 years 
after the date on which the derivative expires or terminates.
(3)	The records required to be maintained under subsection (2) must be kept in
(a)	a safe location and in a durable form, and
(b)	a manner that permits the records to be provided to the regulator within a 
reasonable time following request.
(4)	Despite section 40, a local counterparty that agrees under paragraph (1)(c) to 
be the reporting counterparty for a derivative to which section 40 applies must 
report derivatives data relating to the derivative in accordance with this 
Instrument.
Duty to report
26. (1)	A reporting counterparty to a derivative involving a local counterparty must 
report, or cause to be reported, the data required to be reported under this Part 
to a recognized trade repository.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), if no recognized trade repository accepts the data 
required to be reported under this Part, the reporting counterparty must 
electronically report the data required to be reported under this Part to the 
regulator or securities regulatory authority.
(3)	A reporting counterparty satisfies the reporting obligation in respect of a 
derivative required to be reported under subsection (1) if each of the following 
applies:
(a)	one of the following applies to the derivative:
(i)	the derivative is required to be reported solely because a 
counterparty to the derivative is a local counterparty under 
subparagraph (a)(i) of the definition of "local counterparty" and 
that local counterparty does not conduct business in the local 
jurisdiction other than incidental to being organized under the 
laws of the local jurisdiction;
(ii)	the derivative is required to be reported solely because a 
counterparty to the derivative is a local counterparty under 
paragraph (c) of the definition of "local counterparty";
(b)	the derivative is reported to a recognized trade repository under one or 
more of the following:
(i)	Manitoba Securities Commission Rule 91-507 Trade Repositories 
and Derivatives Data Reporting, as amended from time to time;
(ii)	Ontario Securities Commission Rule 91-507 Trade Repositories 
and Derivatives Data Reporting, as amended from time to time;
(iii)	Qu‚bec Regulation 91-507 respecting trade repositories and 
derivatives data reporting, as amended from time to time;
(c)	the reporting counterparty instructs the recognized trade repository 
referred to in paragraph (b) to provide the regulator or securities 
regulatory authority with access to the derivatives data that it is required 
to report under this Instrument and otherwise uses its best efforts to 
provide the regulator or securities regulatory authority with access to 
such derivatives data.
(4)	A reporting counterparty must report all derivatives data relating to a 
derivative to the same recognized trade repository to which an initial report 
was made.
(5)	A reporting counterparty must not submit derivatives data that is false or 
misleading to a recognized trade repository.
(6)	A reporting counterparty must report an error or omission in the derivatives 
data it has reported as soon as practicable after discovery of the error or 
omission and, in any event, no later than the end of the business day following 
the day of discovery of the error or omission.
(7)	A local counterparty, other than the reporting counterparty, must notify the 
reporting counterparty of an error or omission with respect to derivatives data 
relating to a derivative to which it is a counterparty as soon as practicable after 
discovery of the error or omission and, in any event, no later than the end of 
the business day following the day of discovery of the error or omission.
(8)	If a local counterparty to a derivative that is required to be reported under this 
Instrument and is cleared through a reporting clearing agency has specified a 
recognized trade repository to which derivatives data in relation to the 
derivative is to be reported, the reporting clearing agency must report the 
derivatives data to that recognized trade repository.
Identifiers, general
27. (1)	In a report of creation data required under this Part, a reporting counterparty 
must include each of the following:
(a)	the legal entity identifier of each counterparty to the derivative as set out 
in section 28;
(b)	the unique product identifier for the derivative as set out in section 30.
(2)	In a report of life-cycle data or valuation data required under this Part, a 
reporting counterparty must include the unique transaction identifier for the 
transaction relating to the derivative as set out in section 29.
Legal entity identifiers
28. (1)	A recognized trade repository must identify each counterparty to a derivative 
that is required to be reported under this Instrument in all recordkeeping and 
all reporting required under this Instrument by means of a single legal entity 
identifier.
(2)	Subject to subsection (3), the legal entity identifier referred to in subsection 
(1) must be a unique identification code assigned to a counterparty in 
accordance with the standards set by the Global LEI System.
(3)	If the Global LEI System is unavailable to a counterparty to a derivative at the 
time when a report under this Instrument is required to be made, each of the 
following applies:
(a)	each counterparty to the derivative must obtain a substitute legal entity 
identifier which complies with the standards established March 8, 2013 
by the Legal Entity Identifier Regulatory Oversight Committee for pre-
legal entity identifiers;
(b)	a local counterparty must use the substitute legal entity identifier until a 
legal entity identifier is assigned to the counterparty in accordance with 
the standards set by the Global LEI System as required under subsection 
(2);
(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 LEI 
System as required under subsection (2), the local counterparty must 
ensure that it is identified only by the assigned legal entity identifier in 
all derivatives data reported under this Instrument in respect of a 
derivative to which it is a counterparty.
(4)	If a local counterparty to a derivative required to be reported under this 
Instrument is not eligible to receive a legal entity identifier assigned by the 
Global LEI System, the reporting counterparty must identify the counterparty 
by a single alternative identifier.
Unique transaction identifiers
29. (1)	A recognized trade repository must identify each transaction relating to a 
derivative that is required to be reported under this Instrument in all 
recordkeeping and all reporting required under this Instrument by means of a 
unique transaction identifier.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must assign a unique transaction identifier to a 
transaction, using its own methodology or incorporating a unique transaction 
identifier previously assigned to the transaction.
(3)	A recognized trade repository must not assign more than one unique 
transaction identifier to a transaction.
Unique product identifiers
30. (1)	In this section, "unique product identifier" means a code that uniquely 
identifies a sub-type of derivative and is assigned in accordance with 
international or industry standards.
(2)	For each derivative that is required to be reported under this Instrument, the 
reporting counterparty must assign a unique product identifier that identifies 
the sub-type of the derivative.
(3)	A reporting counterparty must not assign more than one unique product 
identifier to a derivative.
(4)	If international or industry standards for a unique product identifier are not 
reasonably available for a particular sub-type of derivative at the time a report 
is made under this Instrument, a reporting counterparty must assign a unique 
product identifier to the derivative using its own methodology or incorporating 
a unique product identifier previously assigned to the derivative.
Creation data
31. (1)	A reporting counterparty must report creation data relating to a derivative that 
is required to be reported under this Instrument to a recognized trade 
repository immediately following the transaction.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), if it is not practicable to immediately report the 
creation data, a reporting counterparty must report creation data as soon as 
practicable and in no event later than the end of the business day following the 
day on which the data would otherwise be required to be reported.
Life-cycle event data
32. (1)	A reporting counterparty must report all life-cycle event data relating to a 
derivative that is required to be reported under this Instrument to a recognized 
trade repository by the end of the business day on which the life-cycle event 
occurs.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), if it is not practicable to report life-cycle event data by 
the end of the business day on which the life-cycle event occurs, the reporting 
counterparty must report life-cycle event data no later than the end of the 
business day following the day on which the life-cycle event occurs.
Valuation data
33. (1)	A reporting counterparty must report valuation data relating to a derivative 
that is required to be reported under this Instrument to a recognized trade 
repository in accordance with industry accepted valuation standards
(a)	daily, based on relevant closing market data from the previous business 
day, if the reporting counterparty is a reporting clearing agency or a 
derivatives dealer, or
(b)	quarterly, as of the last day of each calendar quarter, if the reporting 
counterparty is not a reporting clearing agency or a derivatives dealer.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), valuation data required to be reported under paragraph 
(1)(b) must be reported to the recognized trade repository no later than the 
30th day after the end of the calendar quarter.
Pre-existing derivatives
34. (1)	Despite section 31 and subject to subsection 44(2), on or before December 1, 
2016, a reporting counterparty must report creation data relating to a 
derivative if all of the following apply:
(a)	the reporting counterparty is a reporting clearing agency or a derivatives 
dealer;
(b)	the transaction was entered into before May 1, 2016;
(c)	there were outstanding contractual obligations with respect to the 
derivative on the earlier of the date that the derivative is reported or 
December 1, 2016.
(2)	Despite section 31 and subject to subsection 44(3), on or before February 1, 
2017, a reporting counterparty must report creation data relating to a 
derivative if all of the following apply:
(a)	the reporting counterparty is not a reporting clearing agency or a 
derivatives dealer;
(b)	the transaction was entered into before May 1, 2016;
(c)	there were outstanding contractual obligations with respect to the 
derivative on the earlier of the date that the derivative is reported or 
February 1, 2017.
(3)	Despite section 31, a reporting counterparty to a derivative to which 
subsection (1) or (2) applies is required to report, in relation to the derivative, 
only the creation data indicated in the column in Appendix A entitled 
"Required for Pre-existing Derivatives".
(4)	Despite section 32, a reporting counterparty is not required to report life-cycle 
event data relating to a derivative to which subsection (1) or (2) applies until 
the reporting counterparty has reported creation data in accordance with 
subsection (1) or (2).
(5)	Despite section 33, a reporting counterparty is not required to report valuation 
data relating to a derivative to which subsection (1) or (2) applies until the 
reporting counterparty has reported creation data in accordance with 
subsection (1) or (2).
Timing requirements for reporting data to another recognized trade repository
35.	Despite subsection 26(4) and sections 31 to 34, if a recognized trade 
repository ceases operations or stops accepting derivatives data for an asset 
class of derivatives, a reporting counterparty may fulfill its reporting 
obligations under this Instrument by reporting the derivatives data to another 
recognized trade repository or, if there is not an available recognized trade 
repository, the regulator or securities regulatory authority.
Records of data reported
36. (1)	A reporting counterparty must keep records relating to a derivative that is 
required to be reported under this Instrument, including transaction records, 
for 7 years after the date on which the derivative expires or terminates.
(2)	A reporting counterparty must keep the records referred to in subsection (1) in 
a safe location and in a durable form.
PART 4 
DATA DISSEMINATION AND ACCESS TO DATA
Data available to regulators
37. (1)	A recognized trade repository must
(a)	provide to the regulator or securities regulatory authority direct, 
continuous and timely electronic access to derivatives data in the 
possession of the recognized trade repository that has been reported 
under this Instrument or that may impact the capital markets,
(b)	provide the data referenced in paragraph (a) on an aggregated basis, and
(c)	notify the regulator or securities regulatory authority of the manner in 
which the derivatives data provided under paragraph (b) has been 
aggregated.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must establish, implement and maintain rules, 
policies or operations designed to ensure that it meets or exceeds the access 
standards and recommendations published by the International Organization 
of Securities Commissions in the August, 2013 report entitled "Authorities' 
access to trade repository data", as amended from time to time.
(3)	A reporting counterparty must use its best efforts to provide the regulator or 
securities regulatory authority with prompt access to all derivatives data that it 
is required to report under this Instrument, including instructing a trade 
repository to provide the regulator or securities regulatory authority with 
access to that data.
Data available to counterparties
38. (1)	A recognized trade repository must provide all counterparties to a derivative 
with timely access to all derivatives data relating to that derivative which is 
submitted to the recognized trade repository.
(2)	A recognized trade repository must have appropriate verification and 
authorization procedures in place to deal with access pursuant to subsection 
(1) by a non-reporting counterparty or a delegate of a non-reporting 
counterparty.
(3)	Each counterparty to a derivative must permit the release of all derivatives 
data required to be reported or disclosed under this Instrument.
(4)	Subsection (3) applies despite any agreement to the contrary between the 
counterparties to a derivative.
Data available to public
39. (1)	Unless otherwise governed by the requirements or conditions of a decision of 
the securities regulatory authority, a recognized trade repository must, on a 
reasonably frequent basis, create and make available on its website, in a 
manner that is easily accessible to the public, at no cost, aggregate data on 
open positions, volume, number and, if applicable, price, relating to the 
derivatives reported to it under this Instrument.
(2)	The data made available under subsection (1) must include, at a minimum, 
breakdowns, if applicable, by currency of denomination, geographic location 
of reference entity or asset, asset class, contract type, maturity and whether the 
derivative is cleared.
(3)	A recognized trade repository must make transaction level reports available to 
the public at no cost.
(4)	In making transaction level reports available for the purpose of subsection (3), 
a recognized trade repository must not disclose the identity of either 
counterparty to the derivative.
(5)	A recognized trade repository must make the data referred to in this section 
available to the public on its website or through a similar medium, in a usable 
form and in a manner that is easily accessible to the public at no cost.
(6)	Despite subsections (1) to (5), a recognized trade repository must not make 
public derivatives data relating to a derivative between affiliated entities, 
unless otherwise required by law.
PART 5 
EXCLUSIONS
Commodity derivative
40.	Despite Part 3, a local counterparty is not required to report derivatives data 
relating to a derivative the asset class of which is a commodity, other than 
currency, if
(a)	none of the counterparties to the derivative are any of the following:
(i)	a clearing agency;
(ii)	a derivatives dealer;
(iii)	an affiliated entity of a person or company referred to in 
subparagraph (i) or (ii), and
(b)	the aggregate month-end gross notional amount under all outstanding 
derivatives the asset class of which is a commodity, other than currency, 
of the local counterparty and of each affiliated entity of the local 
counterparty that is a local counterparty in a jurisdiction of Canada, 
excluding derivatives with an affiliated entity, did not, in any calendar 
month in the preceding 12 calendar months, exceed $250 000 000.
Derivative between a government and its consolidated entity
41.	Despite Part 3, a counterparty is not required to report derivatives data relating 
to a derivative between
(a)	the government of a local jurisdiction, and
(b)	a crown corporation or agency the accounts of which are consolidated 
for accounting purposes with those of the government referred to in 
paragraph (a).
Derivative between a non-resident derivatives dealer and a non-local 
counterparty
42.	Despite Part 3, a counterparty is not required to report derivatives data relating 
to a derivative if the derivative is required to be reported solely because one or 
both counterparties is a local counterparty under paragraph (b) of the 
definition of "local counterparty".
PART 6 
EXEMPTIONS
Exemption - general
43. (1)	Except in Alberta, the regulator or securities regulatory authority may, under 
the statute referred to in Appendix B of National Instrument 14-101 
Definitions opposite the name of the local jurisdiction, grant an exemption to 
this Instrument.
(2)	In Alberta, the regulator or securities regulatory authority may grant an 
exemption to this Instrument, in whole or in part, subject to such terms, 
conditions, restrictions or requirements as may be imposed in the exemption.
PART 7 
TRANSITION PERIOD AND EFFECTIVE DATE
Transition period
44. (1)	Despite Part 3, a reporting counterparty that is not a reporting clearing agency 
or a derivatives dealer is not required to make a report under that Part until 
November 1, 2016.
(2)	Despite Part 3, a reporting counterparty is not required to report derivatives 
data relating to a derivative if all of the following apply:
(a)	the derivative is entered into before May 1, 2016;
(b)	the derivative expires or terminates on or before July 28, 2016;
(c)	the reporting counterparty is a reporting clearing agency or a derivatives 
dealer.
(3)	Despite Part 3, a reporting counterparty is not required to report derivatives 
data relating to a derivative if all of the following apply:
(a)	the derivative is entered into before May 1, 2016;
(b)	the derivative expires or terminates on or before October 31, 2016;
(c)	the reporting counterparty is not a reporting clearing agency or a 
derivatives dealer.
(4)	Despite Part 3, a reporting counterparty is not required to report derivatives 
data relating to a derivative if all of the following apply:
(a)	the derivative is entered into before January 1, 2017;
(b)	the counterparties are affiliated entities at the time of the transaction;
(c)	none of the counterparties to the derivative is one or more of the 
following:
(i)	a recognized or exempt clearing agency;
(ii)	a derivatives dealer;
(iii)	an affiliated entity of a person or company referred to in 
subparagraph (i) or (ii).
Effective date
45. (1)	This Instrument comes into force on May 1, 2016.
(2)	In Saskatchewan, despite subsection (1), if these regulations are filed with the 
Registrar of Regulations after May 1, 2016, these regulations come into force 
on the day on which they are filed with the Registrar of Regulations.
(3)	Despite subsection (1) and, in Saskatchewan, subject to subsection (2), Parts 3 
and 5 come into force on July 29, 2016.
(4)	Despite subsection (1) and, in Saskatchewan, subject to subsection (2), 
subsection 39(3) comes into force on January 1, 2017.
APPENDIX A 
to 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 96-101 
TRADE REPOSITORIES AND DERIVATIVES DATA REPORTING 
Minimum Data Fields Required to be Reported to a  
Recognized Trade Repository
Instructions:
The reporting counterparty is required to provide a response for each of the fields 
unless the field is not applicable to the derivative.
Data field
Description
Required 
for 
Pre-existing 
Derivatives
Transaction 
identifier
The unique transaction identifier as provided 
by the recognized trade repository or the 
identifier as identified by the two 
counterparties, electronic trading venue of 
execution or clearing agency.
Y
Master 
agreement type
The type of master agreement, if used for the 
reported derivative.
N
Master 
agreement 
version
Date of the master agreement version (e.g., 
2002, 2006).
N
Cleared
Indicate whether the derivative has been 
cleared by a clearing agency.
Y
Intent to clear
Indicate whether the derivative will be cleared 
by a clearing agency.
N
Clearing agency
LEI of the clearing agency where the 
derivative is or will be cleared.
Y 
(If available)
Clearing 
member
LEI of the clearing member, if the clearing 
member is not a counterparty.
N
Clearing 
exemption
Indicate whether one or more of the 
counterparties to the derivative are exempted 
from a mandatory clearing requirement.
N
Broker/Clearing 
intermediary
LEI of the broker acting as an intermediary 
for the reporting counterparty without 
becoming a counterparty.
N
Electronic 
trading venue 
identifier
LEI of the electronic trading venue where the 
transaction was executed.
Y
Inter-affiliate
Indicate whether the derivative is between two 
affiliated entities.
Y  
(If available)
Collateralization
Indicate whether the derivative is 
collateralized.
Field Values:
.	Fully (initial and variation margin 
required to be posted by both parties);
.	Partially (variation only required to be 
posted by both parties);
.	One-way (one party will be required to 
post some form of collateral);
.	Uncollateralized.
N
Identifier of 
reporting 
counterparty
LEI of the reporting counterparty or, in case 
of an individual, its client code.
Y
Identifier of 
non-reporting 
counterparty
LEI of the non-reporting counterparty or, in 
case of an individual, its client code.
Y
Counterparty 
side
Indicate whether the reporting counterparty 
was the buyer or seller. In the case of swaps, 
other than credit default, the buyer will 
represent the payer of leg 1 and the seller will 
be the payer of leg 2.
Y
Identifier of 
agent reporting 
the derivative
LEI of the agent reporting the derivative if 
reporting of the derivative has been delegated 
by the reporting counterparty.
N
Jurisdiction of 
reporting 
counterparty
If the reporting counterparty is a local 
counterparty under the derivatives data 
reporting rules of one or more provinces of 
Canada, indicate all of the jurisdictions in 
which it is a local counterparty.
Y 
(If available)
Jurisdiction of 
non-reporting 
counterparty
If the non-reporting counterparty is a local 
counterparty under the derivatives data 
reporting rules of one or more provinces of 
Canada, indicate all of the jurisdictions in 
which it is a local counterparty.
Y 
(If available)
A. Common 
Data
These fields are required to be reported for all derivatives even 
if the information may be entered in an Additional Asset 
Information field below.
A field is not required to be reported if the unique product 
identifier adequately describes the data required in that field.
Unique product 
identifier
Unique product identification code based on 
the taxonomy of the product.
N
Contract or 
instrument type
The name of the contract or instrument type 
(e.g., swap, swaption, forward, option, basis 
swap, index swap, basket swap).
Y
Underlying asset 
identifier 1
The unique identifier of the asset referenced in 
the derivative.
Y
Underlying asset 
identifier 2
The unique identifier of the second asset 
referenced in the derivative, if more than one.
If more than two assets identified in the 
derivative, report the unique identifiers for 
those additional underlying assets.
Y
Asset class
Major asset class of the product (e.g., interest 
rate, credit, commodity, foreign exchange, 
equity).
Y 
(If 
available)
Effective date or 
start date
The date the derivative becomes effective or 
starts.
Y
Maturity, 
termination or 
end date
The date the derivative expires.
Y
Payment 
frequency or 
dates
The dates or frequency the derivative requires 
payments to be made (e.g., quarterly, monthly).
Y
Reset frequency 
or dates
The dates or frequency at which the price resets 
(e.g., quarterly, semi-annually, annually).
Y
Day count 
convention
Factor used to calculate the payments (e.g., 
30/360, actual/360).
Y
Delivery type
Indicate whether derivative is settled physically 
or in cash.
Y
Price 1
The price, rate, yield, spread, coupon or similar 
characteristic of the derivative. This must not 
include any premiums such as commissions, 
collateral premiums or accrued interest.
Y
Price 2
The price, rate, yield, spread, coupon  or 
similar characteristic of the derivative. This 
must not include any premiums such as 
commissions, collateral premiums or accrued 
interest.
Y
Price notation 
type 1
The manner in which the price is expressed 
(e.g., percentage, basis points).
Y
Price notation 
type 2
The manner in which the price is expressed 
(e.g., percentage, basis points).
Y
Price multiplier
The number of units of the underlying 
reference entity represented by 1 unit of the 
derivative.
Y  
(If 
available)
Notional amount 
leg 1
Total notional amount(s) of leg 1 of the 
derivative.
Y
Notional amount 
leg 2
Total notional amount(s) of leg 2 of the 
derivative.
Y
Currency leg 1
Currency of leg 1.
Y
Currency leg 2
Currency of leg 2.
Y
Settlement 
currency
The currency used to determine the cash 
settlement amount.
Y
Up-front 
payment
Amount of any up-front payment.
N
Currency or 
currencies of up-
front payment
The currency or currencies in which any up-
front payment is made by one counterparty to 
another.
N
Embedded 
option
Indicate whether the option is an embedded 
option.
Y  
(If 
available)
B. Additional 
Asset 
Information
These fields are required to be reported for the respective types 
of derivatives set out below, even if the information is entered 
in a Common Data field above.
i)	Interest 
rate 
derivatives

Fixed rate leg 1
The rate used to determine the payment amount 
for leg 1 of the derivative.
Y
Fixed rate leg 2
The rate used to determine the payment amount 
for leg 2 of the derivative.
Y
Floating rate leg 
1
The floating rate used to determine the 
payment amount for leg 1 of the derivative.
Y
Floating rate leg 
2
The floating rate used to determine the 
payment amount for leg 2 of the derivative.
Y
Fixed rate day 
count 
convention
Factor used to calculate the fixed payer 
payments (e.g., 30/360, actual/360).
Y
Fixed leg 
payment 
frequency or 
dates
Frequency or dates of payments for the fixed 
rate leg of the derivative (e.g., quarterly, semi-
annually, annually).
Y
Floating leg 
payment 
frequency or 
dates
Frequency or dates of payments for the floating 
rate leg of the derivative (e.g., quarterly, semi-
annually, annually).
Y
Floating rate 
reset frequency 
or dates
The dates or frequency at which the floating 
leg of the derivative resets (e.g., quarterly, 
semi-annually, annually).
Y
ii)	Currency 
derivatives

Exchange rate
Contractual rate(s) of exchange of the 
currencies.
Y
iii)  Commodity 
derivatives

Sub-asset class
Specific information to identify the type of 
commodity derivative (e.g., Agriculture, 
Power, Oil, Natural Gas, Freights, Metals, 
Index, Environmental, Exotic).
Y
Quantity
Total quantity in the unit of measure of an 
underlying commodity.
Y
Unit of measure
Unit of measure for the quantity of each side of 
the derivative (e.g., barrels, bushels).
Y
Grade
Grade of product being delivered (e.g., grade of 
oil).
Y
Delivery point
The delivery location.
N
Load type
For power, load profile for the delivery.
Y
Transmission 
days
For power, the delivery days of the week.
Y
Transmission 
duration
For power, the hours of day transmission starts 
and ends.
Y
C. Options
These fields are required to be reported for options derivatives, 
even if the information is entered in a Common Data field 
above.
Option exercise 
date
The date(s) on which the option may be 
exercised.
Y
Option premium
Fixed premium paid by the buyer to the seller.
Y
Strike price 
(cap/floor rate)
The strike price of the option.
Y
Option style
Indicate whether the option can be exercised on 
a fixed date or anytime during the life of the 
derivative (e.g., American, European, 
Bermudan, Asian).
Y
Option type
Put/call.
Y
D. Event Data

Action
Describes the type of event to the derivative 
(e.g., new transaction, modification or 
cancellation of existing derivative).
N
Execution 
timestamp
The time and date of execution of a transaction, 
including a novation, expressed using 
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Y
(If 
available)
Post-transaction 
events
Indicate whether the report results from a post-
transaction service (e.g., compression, 
reconciliation) or from a life-cycle event (e.g., 
amendment).
N
Reporting 
timestamp
The time and date the derivative was submitted 
to the trade repository, expressed using UTC.
N
E. Valuation 
data
These fields are required to be reported on a continuing basis 
for all reported derivatives, including reported pre-existing 
derivatives.
Value of 
derivative 
calculated by the 
reporting 
counterparty
Mark-to-market valuation or mark-to-model 
valuation of the derivative.
N
Valuation 
currency
Indicate the currency used when reporting the 
value of the derivative.
N
Valuation date
Date of the latest mark-to-market or mark-to-
model valuation.
N
F. Other details

Other details
Where the terms of the derivative cannot be 
effectively reported in the above prescribed 
fields, provide any additional information that 
may be necessary.
Y  
(If 
applicable)
FORM 96-101F1 
APPLICATION FOR RECOGNITION -  
TRADE REPOSITORY INFORMATION STATEMENT
Filer:
Type of Filing: 	0  INITIAL	0  AMENDMENT
Name(s)
1.	Full name of trade repository: 
2.	Name(s) under which business is conducted, if different from item 1:
3.	If this filing makes a name change on behalf of the trade repository in respect 
of the name set out in item 1 or item 2, enter the previous name and the new 
name.
 
	Previous name:
	New name:
Contact information
4.	Head office
	Address:
	Telephone:
	Fax:
5.	Mailing address (if different):
6.	Other office(s)
	Address:
	Telephone:
	Fax:
7.	Website address:
8.	Contact employee
	Name and title:
	Telephone:
	Fax:
	E-mail:
9.	Counsel
	Firm name:
	Lawyer name:
	Telephone:
	Fax:
	E-mail:
10.	Canadian counsel (if applicable)
	Firm name:
	Lawyer name:
	Telephone:
	Fax:
	E-mail:
EXHIBITS
File all Exhibits with the Filing. For each Exhibit, include the name of the trade 
repository, 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 required Exhibit is 
inapplicable, a statement to that effect must be furnished in place of such Exhibit. 
Except as provided below, if the filer files an amendment to the information provided 
in its Filing and the information relates to an Exhibit filed with the Filing or a 
subsequent amendment, the filer must, in order to comply with section 3 of the 
Instrument, provide a description of the change, the expected date of the 
implementation of the change, and file a complete and updated Exhibit. The filer must 
provide a clean and blacklined version showing changes from the previous filing.
If the filer has otherwise filed the information required by the previous paragraph 
under section 17 of the Instrument, it is not required to file the information again as 
an amendment to an Exhibit. However, if supplementary material relating to a filed 
rule is contained in an Exhibit, an amendment to the Exhibit must also be filed.
Exhibit A - Corporate Governance
1.	Legal status:
	0	Corporation
	0	Partnership
	0	Other (specify):
2.	Indicate the following:
	(1)	Date (DD/MM/YYYY) of formation.
	(2)	Place of formation.
	(3)	Statute under which trade repository was organized.
	(4)	Regulatory status in other jurisdictions. 
3.	Provide a copy of the constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar documents, 
and all subsequent amendments. 
4.	Provide the policies and procedures to address potential conflicts of interest 
arising from the operation of the trade repository or the services it provides, 
including those related to the commercial interest of the trade repository, the 
interests of its owners and its operators, the responsibilities and sound 
functioning of the trade repository, and those between the operations of the 
trade repository and its regulatory responsibilities. 
5.	An applicant that is located outside of the local jurisdiction that is applying for 
recognition as a trade repository under the local securities legislation must 
additionally provide the following:
	(1)	An opinion of legal counsel that, as a matter of law, the applicant has 
the power and authority to provide the securities regulatory authority 
with prompt access to the applicant's books and records and submit to 
onsite inspection and examination by the securities regulatory authority.
	(2)	A completed Form 96-101F2 Trade Repository Submission to 
Jurisdiction and Appointment of Agent for Service of Process.
Exhibit B - Ownership
1.	Provide a list of the registered or beneficial holders of securities of, 
partnership interests in, or other ownership interests in, the trade repository, 
indicating the following for each:
	(1)	Name.
	(2)	Principal business or occupation and title.
	(3)	Ownership interest.
	(4)	Nature of the ownership interest, including a description of the type of 
security, partnership interest or other ownership interest.
2.	In the case of a trade repository that is publicly traded, if the trade repository 
is a corporation, please only provide a list of each shareholder that directly 
owns 5% or more of a class of a security with voting rights.
Exhibit C - Organization
1.	Provide a list of partners, officers, governors, and members of the board of 
directors and any standing committees of the board, or persons performing 
similar functions, who presently hold or have held their offices or positions 
during the previous year, indicating the following for each:
	(1)	Name.
	(2)	Principal business or occupation and title.
	(3)	Dates of commencement and expiry of present term of office or 
position.
	(4)	Type of business in which each is primarily engaged and current 
employer.
	(5)	Type of business in which each was primarily engaged in the preceding 
five years, if different from that set out in item 4.
	(6)	Whether the person is considered to be an independent director.
2.	Provide a list of the committees of the board, including their mandates. 
3.	Provide the name of the trade repository's Chief Compliance Officer.
Exhibit D - Affiliated Entities
1.	For each affiliated entity of the trade repository, provide the name and head 
office address and describe the principal business of the affiliated entity.
2.	For each affiliated entity of the trade repository 
	(a)	to which the trade repository has outsourced any of its key 
services or systems described in Exhibit E - Operations of the 
Trade Repository, including business recordkeeping, 
recordkeeping of trade data, trade data reporting, trade data 
comparison or data feed, or 
	(b)	with which the trade repository has any other material business 
relationship, including loans or cross-guarantees,
	provide the following information:
	(1)	Name and address of the affiliated entity.
	(2)	The name and title of the directors and officers, or persons performing 
similar functions, of the affiliated entity.
	(3)	A description of the nature and extent of the contractual and other 
agreements with the trade repository, and the roles and responsibilities 
of the affiliated entity under the arrangement.
	(4)	A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced functions or 
other material relationship.
	(5)	Copies of constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar 
documents.
	(6)	For the latest financial year of any affiliated entity that has any 
outstanding loans or cross-guarantee arrangements with the trade 
repository, copies of financial statements, which may be unaudited, 
prepared in accordance with one or more of the following:
	(a)	Canadian GAAP applicable to publicly accountable enterprises;
	(b)	IFRS; 
	(c)	U.S. GAAP, if the affiliated entity is incorporated or organized 
under the laws of the United States of America or a jurisdiction of 
the United States of America.
Exhibit E - Operations of the Trade Repository
1.	Describe in detail the manner of operation of the trade repository and its 
associated functions, including, but not limited to, the following:
	(1)	The structure of the trade repository.
	(2)	Means of access by the trade repository's participants and, if 
applicable, their clients to the trade repository's facilities and services.
	(3)	The hours of operation.
	(4)	The facilities and services offered by the trade repository including, but 
not limited to, collection and maintenance of derivatives data.
	(5)	A list of the types of derivatives instruments for which data 
recordkeeping is offered, including, but not limited to, a description of 
the features and characteristics of the instruments.
	(6)	Procedures regarding the entry, display and reporting of derivatives 
data. 
	(7)	Recordkeeping procedures that ensure derivatives data is recorded 
accurately, completely and on a timely basis.
	(8)	The safeguards and procedures to protect derivatives data of the trade 
repository's participants, including required policies and procedures 
reasonably designed to protect the privacy and confidentiality of the 
data.
	(9)	Training provided to participants and a copy of any materials provided 
with respect to systems and rules and other requirements of the trade 
repository.
	(10)	Steps taken to ensure that the trade repository's participants have 
knowledge of and comply with the requirements of the trade repository.
	(11)	The trade repository's risk management framework for 
comprehensively managing risks including business, legal and 
operational risks.
2. 	Provide all policies, procedures and manuals related to the operation of the 
trade repository. 
Exhibit F - Outsourcing
1.	Where the trade repository has outsourced the operation of key services or 
systems described in Exhibit E - Operations of the Trade Repository to an 
arm's-length third party, including any function associated with the collection 
and maintenance of derivatives data, provide the following information:
	(1)	Name and address of the person or company (including any affiliated 
entities of the trade repository) to which the function has been 
outsourced.
	(2)	A description of the nature and extent of the contractual or other 
agreement with the trade repository and the roles and responsibilities of 
the arm's-length party under the arrangement.
	(3)	A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced function.
Exhibit G - Systems and Contingency Planning
1.	For each of the systems for collecting and maintaining reports of derivatives 
data, describe:
	(1)	Current and future capacity estimates.
	(2)	Procedures for reviewing system capacity.
	(3)	Procedures for reviewing system security.
	(4)	Procedures to conduct stress tests. 
	(5)	The filer's business continuity and disaster recovery plans, including 
any relevant documentation.
	(6)	Procedures to test business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
	(7)	The list of data to be reported by all types of participants.
	(8)	The data format or formats that will be available to the securities 
regulatory authority and other persons or companies receiving trade 
reporting data.
Exhibit H - Access to Services
1.	Provide a complete set of all forms, agreements or other materials pertaining 
to access to the services of the trade repository described in item 1(4) in 
Exhibit E - Operations of the Trade Repository.
2.	Describe the types of trade repository participants.
3.	Describe the trade repository's criteria for access to the services of the trade 
repository.
4.	Describe any differences in access to the services offered by the trade 
repository to different groups or types of participants.
5.	Describe conditions under which the trade repository's participants may be 
subject to suspension or termination with regard to access to the services of 
the trade repository.
6.	Describe any procedures that will be involved in the suspension or termination 
of a participant.
7.	Describe the trade repository's arrangements for permitting clients of 
participants to have access to the trade repository. Provide a copy of any 
agreements or documentation relating to these arrangements.
Exhibit I - Fees
1.	Provide a description of the fee model and all fees charged by the trade 
repository, or by a party to which services have been directly or indirectly 
outsourced, including, but not limited to, fees relating to access and the 
collection and maintenance of derivatives data, how such fees are set, and any 
fee rebates or discounts and how the rebates and discounts are set.
CERTIFICATE OF TRADE REPOSITORY
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report is true and correct.
DATED at ____________ this ________ day of _________________, 20____
________________________________________________________
(Name of trade repository)
________________________________________________________
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
________________________________________________________
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
________________________________________________________
(Official capacity - please type or print)
[If applicable,] 
ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATE 
OF TRADE REPOSITORY THAT IS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF  
[insert local jurisdiction]
The undersigned certifies that 
1.	it will provide the securities regulatory authority with access to its books and 
records and will submit to onsite inspection and examination by the securities 
regulatory authority;
2.	as a matter of law, it has the power and authority to 
	(a)	provide the securities regulatory authority with access to its books 
and records, and
	(b)	submit to onsite inspection and examination by the securities 
regulatory authority. 
DATED at ____________ this ________ day of _________________, 20____
________________________________________________________
(Name of trade repository)
________________________________________________________
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
________________________________________________________
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
________________________________________________________
(Official capacity - please type or print)
FORM 96-101F2 
TRADE REPOSITORY SUBMISSION TO JURISDICTION 
AND APPOINTMENT OF AGENT FOR SERVICE OF PROCESS 
1.	Name of trade repository (the "Trade Repository"):
	_______________________________________________________________
2.	Jurisdiction of incorporation, or equivalent, of the Trade Repository:
	_______________________________________________________________
3.	Address of principal place of business of the Trade Repository:
	_______________________________________________________________
4.	Name of the agent for service of process for the Trade Repository (the 
"Agent"):
	_______________________________________________________________
5.	Address of the Agent in [insert local jurisdiction]:
	_______________________________________________________________
6.	The Trade Repository 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 Trade Repository in [insert local jurisdiction]. The Trade Repository 
hereby irrevocably waives any right to challenge service upon its Agent as not 
binding upon the Trade Repository.
7.	The Trade Repository agrees to unconditionally and irrevocably attorn to the 
non-exclusive jurisdiction of (i) the courts and administrative tribunals of 
[insert 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 Trade Repository in [insert 
local jurisdiction].
8.	The Trade Repository must file a new submission to jurisdiction and 
appointment of agent for service of process in this form at least 30 days before 
the Trade Repository ceases to be recognized or exempted by the 
Commission, to be in effect for 6 years from the date it ceases to be 
recognized or exempted unless otherwise amended in accordance with item 9.
9.	Until 6 years after it has ceased to be recognized or exempted by the 
Commission from the recognition requirement under the securities legislation 
of [insert local jurisdiction], the Trade Repository must file an amended 
submission to jurisdiction and appointment of agent for service of process in 
this form at least 30 days before any change in the name or above address of 
the Agent.
10.	This submission to jurisdiction and appointment of agent for service of 
process shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of 
[insert local jurisdiction].
Dated: _________________________         _________________________________
		Signature of the Trade Repository
_________________________________
			Print name and title of signing 
		officer of the Trade Repository
AGENT 
 
CONSENT TO ACT AS AGENT FOR SERVICE
I, ____________________________________ (name of Agent in full; if Corporation, 
full Corporate name) of _____________________________ (business address), 
hereby accept the appointment as agent for service of process of 
________________________________ (insert name of Trade Repository) and hereby 
consent to act as agent for service pursuant to the terms of the appointment executed 
by ______________________________________ (insert name of Trade Repository) 
on ______________________________________ (insert date).
Dated: _____________________            ___________________________________
		Signature of the Trade Repository
			___________________________________
			Print name and title of signing  
		officer of the Trade Repository
FORM 96-101F3 
CESSATION OF OPERATIONS REPORT FOR  
RECOGNIZED TRADE REPOSITORY
1.	Identification: 
	(1)	Full name of the recognized trade repository:
	(2)	Name(s) under which business is conducted, if different from item 1(1):
2.	Date the recognized trade repository proposes to cease carrying on business as 
a trade repository: 
3.	If cessation of business was involuntary, date the recognized trade repository 
has ceased to carry on business as a trade repository: 
EXHIBITS
File all Exhibits with this Cessation of Operations Report. For each exhibit, include 
the name of the recognized trade repository, 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 required Exhibit is inapplicable, a statement to that effect must be furnished in 
place of such Exhibit. 
Exhibit A
Provide the reasons for the recognized trade repository ceasing to carry on business as 
a trade repository. 
Exhibit B
Provide a list of all derivatives instruments for which data recordkeeping is offered 
during the last 30 days prior to ceasing business as a trade repository. 
Exhibit C
Provide a list of all participants who are counterparties to a derivative required to be 
reported under this Instrument and for whom the recognized trade repository provided 
services during the last 30 days prior to ceasing business as a trade repository.
CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNIZED TRADE REPOSITORY
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report is true and correct. 
DATED at ____________ this ________ day of _________________, 20____
________________________________________________________
(Name of trade repository)
________________________________________________________
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
________________________________________________________
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
________________________________________________________
(Official capacity - please type or print)
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 62-104 
TAKE-OVER BIDS AND ISSUER BIDS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 62-104 TAKE-OVER BIDS AND ISSUER BIDS
1.	Multilateral Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	Subsection 1.8(1) is replaced with the following: 
1.8 (1) In this Instrument, in determining the beneficial ownership of securities 
of an offeror, of an acquiror or of any person acting jointly or in concert with 
the offeror or the acquiror, at any given date, the offeror, the acquiror or the 
person is deemed to have acquired and to be the beneficial owner of a security, 
including an unissued security, if the offeror, the acquiror or the person
(a)	is the beneficial owner of a security convertible into the security 
within 60 days following that date, or
(b)	has a right or obligation permitting or requiring the offeror, the 
acquiror or the person, whether or not on conditions, to acquire 
beneficial ownership of the security within 60 days by a single 
transaction or a series of linked transactions..
3.	Subsection 1.9(1) is replaced with the following:
1.9 (1) In this Instrument, it is a question of fact as to whether a person is 
acting jointly or in concert with an offeror or an acquiror and, without limiting 
the generality of the foregoing, 
(a)	the following are deemed to be acting jointly or in concert with an 
offeror or an acquiror:
(i)	a person that, as a result of any agreement, commitment or 
understanding with the offeror, the acquiror or with any other 
person acting jointly or in concert with the offeror or the 
acquiror, acquires or offers to acquire securities of the same 
class as those subject to the offer to acquire;
(ii)	an affiliate of the offeror or the acquiror;
(b)	the following are presumed to be acting jointly or in concert with 
an offeror or an acquiror: 
(i)	a person that, as a result of any agreement, commitment or 
understanding with the offeror, the acquiror or with any other 
person acting jointly or in concert with the offeror or the 
acquiror, intends to exercise jointly or in concert with the 
offeror, the acquiror or with any person acting jointly or in 
concert with the offeror or the acquiror any voting rights 
attaching to any securities of the offeree issuer; 
(ii)	an associate of the offeror or the acquiror..
4.	Part 5 is replaced with the following:
PART 5:  REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS OF ACQUISITIONS
Definitions and Interpretation
5.1 (1) In this Part,
"acquiror" means a person who acquires a security, other than by way 
of a take-over bid or an issuer bid made in compliance with Part 2; 
"acquiror's securities" means securities of an issuer beneficially 
owned, or over which control or direction is exercised, on the date of 
the acquisition or disposition, by an acquiror or any person acting 
jointly or in concert with the acquiror; 
"specified securities lending arrangement" means a securities 
lending arrangement if all of the following apply:
(a)	the material terms of the securities lending arrangement are set 
out in a written agreement;
(b)	the securities lending arrangement requires the borrower to pay 
to the lender amounts equal to all dividends or interest 
payments, if any, paid on the security that would have been 
received by the lender if the lender had held the security 
throughout the period beginning at the date of the transfer or 
loan and ending at the time the security or an identical security 
is transferred or returned to the lender;
(c)	the lender has established policies and procedures that require 
the lender to maintain a record of all securities that it has 
transferred or lent under securities lending arrangements;
(d)	the written agreement referred to in paragraph (a) provides for 
any of the following:
(i)	the lender has an unrestricted right to recall all securities 
that it has transferred or lent under the securities lending 
arrangement, or an equal number of identical securities, 
before the record date for voting at any meeting of 
securityholders at which the securities may be voted; 
(ii)	the lender requires the borrower to vote the securities 
transferred or lent in accordance with the lender's 
instructions; 
"securities lending arrangement" means an arrangement between a 
lender and a borrower with respect to which both of the following 
apply:
(a)	the lender transfers or lends a security to the borrower; 
(b)	at the time that the security is lent or transferred, the lender and 
the borrower reasonably expect that the borrower will, at a later 
date, transfer or return to the lender the security or an identical 
security.
(2) For the purposes of this Part, if an acquiror and one or more persons acting 
jointly or in concert with the acquiror acquire or dispose of securities, the 
securities are deemed to be acquired or disposed of, as applicable, by the 
acquiror.
Early warning 
5.2 (1) An acquiror who acquires beneficial ownership of, or control or 
direction over, voting or equity securities of any class of a reporting issuer, or 
securities convertible into voting or equity securities of any class of a reporting 
issuer, that, together with the acquiror's securities of that class, constitute 10% 
or more of the outstanding securities of that class, must
(a)	promptly, and, in any event, no later than the opening of trading 
on the business day following the acquisition, issue and file a 
news release containing the information required by section 3.1 
of National Instrument 62-103 The Early Warning System and 
Related Take-Over Bid and Insider Reporting Issues, and 
(b)	promptly, and, in any event, no later than 2 business days from 
the date of the acquisition, file a report containing the 
information required by section 3.1 of National Instrument 62-
103 The Early Warning System and Related Take-Over Bid and 
Insider Reporting Issues.
(2) An acquiror who is required to make disclosure under subsection (1) must 
make further disclosure, in accordance with subsection (1), each time any of 
the following events occur:
(a)	the acquiror or any person acting jointly or in concert with the 
acquiror, acquires or disposes beneficial ownership of, or 
acquires or ceases to have control or direction over, either of the 
following: 
(i)	securities in an amount equal to 2% or more of the 
outstanding securities of the class of securities that was the 
subject of the most recent report required to be filed by the 
acquiror under subsection (1) or under this subsection; 
(ii)	securities convertible into 2% or more of the outstanding 
securities referred to in subparagraph (i); 
(b)	there is a change in a material fact contained in the most recent 
report required to be filed under paragraph (1)(b) or under 
paragraph (a) of this subsection.
(3) An acquiror must issue and file a news release and file a report in 
accordance with subsection (1) if beneficial ownership of, or control or 
direction over, the outstanding securities of the class of securities that was the 
subject of the most recent report required to be filed by the acquiror under this 
section decreases to less than 10%.
(4) If an acquiror issues and files a news release and files a report under 
subsection (3), the requirements under subsection (2) do not apply unless 
subsection (1) applies in respect of a subsequent acquisition of beneficial 
ownership of, or control or direction over, voting or equity securities of any 
class of a reporting issuer, or securities convertible into voting or equity 
securities of any class of a reporting issuer, that, together with the acquiror's 
securities of that class, constitute 10% or more of the outstanding securities of 
that class.
Moratorium provisions
5.3 (1) During the period beginning on the occurrence of an event in respect of 
which a report is required to be filed under section 5.2 and ending on the 
expiry of the first business day following the date that the report is filed, an 
acquiror, or any person acting jointly or in concert with the acquiror, must not 
acquire or offer to acquire beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, 
any securities of the class in respect of which the report is required to be filed 
or any securities convertible into securities of that class. 
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to an acquiror that has beneficial ownership 
of, or control or direction over, securities that, together with the acquiror's 
securities of that class, constitute 20% or more of the outstanding securities of 
that class. 
Acquisitions during bid
5.4 (1) If, after a take-over bid or an issuer bid has been made under Part 2 for 
voting or equity securities of a reporting issuer and before the expiry of the 
bid, an acquiror acquires beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, 
securities of the class subject to the bid which, when added to the acquiror's 
securities of that class, constitute 5% or more of the outstanding securities of 
that class, the acquiror must, before the opening of trading on the next business 
day, issue and file a news release containing the information required by 
subsection (3).
(2) An acquiror must issue and file an additional news release in accordance 
with subsection (3) before the opening of trading on the next business day each 
time the acquiror, or any person acting jointly or in concert with the acquiror, 
acquires beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, in aggregate, an 
additional 2% or more of the outstanding securities of the class of securities 
that was the subject of the most recent news release required to be filed by the 
acquiror under this section.
(3)  A news release or further news release required under subsection (1) or (2) 
must set out
(a)	the name of the acquiror,
(b)	the number of securities of the offeree issuer that were 
beneficially acquired, or over which control or direction was 
acquired, in the transaction that gave rise to the requirement 
under subsection (1) or (2) to issue the news release,
(c)	the number of securities and the percentage of outstanding 
securities of the offeree issuer that the acquiror and all persons 
acting jointly or in concert with the acquiror, have beneficial 
ownership of, or control or direction over, immediately after the 
acquisition described in paragraph (b),
(d)	the number of securities of the offeree issuer that were 
beneficially acquired, or over which control or direction was 
acquired, by the acquiror and all persons acting jointly or in 
concert with the acquiror, since the commencement of the bid,
(e)	the name of the market in which the acquisition described in 
paragraph (b) took place, and
(f)	the purpose of the acquiror and all persons acting jointly or in 
concert with the acquiror in making the acquisition described in 
paragraph (b), including any intention of the acquiror and all 
persons acting jointly or in concert with the acquiror to increase 
the beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, any of 
the securities of the offeree issuer.  
Duplicate news release not required
5.5  If the facts in respect of which a news release is required to be filed under 
sections 5.2 and 5.4 are identical, a news release is required only under the 
provision requiring the earlier news release. 
Copies of news release and report
5.6  An acquiror that files a news release or report under section 5.2 or 5.4 
must promptly send a copy of each filing to the reporting issuer.
Exception
5.7  Sections 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4 do not apply to either of the following:
(a)	an acquiror that is a lender in respect of securities transferred or 
lent pursuant to a specified securities lending arrangement; 
(b)	an acquiror that is a borrower in respect of securities or identical 
securities borrowed, disposed of or acquired in connection with 
a securities lending arrangement if all of the following apply:
(i)	the borrowed securities are disposed of by the borrower no 
later than 3 business days from the date of the transfer or 
loan;
(ii)	the borrower will at a later date acquire the securities or 
identical securities and transfer or return those securities to 
the lender;
(iii)	the borrower does not intend to vote and does not vote the 
securities or identical securities during the period 
beginning on the date of the transfer or loan and ending at 
the time the securities or identical securities are transferred 
or returned to the lender..
5.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 62-103  
THE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AND RELATED  
TAKE-OVER BID AND INSIDER REPORTING ISSUES
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 62-103 THE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AND  
RELATED TAKE-OVER BID AND INSIDER REPORTING ISSUES
1.	National Instrument 62 -103 The Early Warning System and Related Take-
Over Bid and Insider Reporting Issues is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1(1) is amended by
(a)	adding the following definitions:
	"acquiror" has the meaning ascribed to that term in Part 5 of NI 62-104;
	"acquiror's securities" has the meaning ascribed to that term in Part 5 of 
NI 62 104;
	"economic exposure" has the meaning ascribed to that term in NI 55-
104;
	"securities lending arrangement" has the meaning ascribed to that term 
in Part 5 of NI 62-104;,
(b)	replacing "offeror" with "acquiror" in the definition of "acquisition 
announcement provisions" wherever it occurs,
(c)	replacing the definition of "early warning requirements" with the 
following:
	"early warning requirements" means the requirements set out in section 
5.2 of NI 62 104;,
(d)	replacing the definition of "moratorium provisions" with the following:
	"moratorium provisions" means the provisions set out in subsection 
5.3(1) of NI 62 104; , and
(e)	deleting the definitions of "offeror" and "offeror's securities".
3.	Section 3.1 is replaced with the following:
3.1	Contents of News Releases and Reports
(1)	A news release and report required under the early warning 
requirements shall contain the information required by Form 62-
103F1 Required Disclosure under the Early Warning 
Requirements.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a news release required under the early 
warning requirements may omit the information otherwise 
required by Items 2.3, 3.3, 3.5 through 3.8, 4.2, 4.3, 6 and 9, and 
Item 7 to the extent that the information relates to those sections 
and items, of Form 62-103F1 Required Disclosure under the 
Early Warning Requirements, if 
(a)	the omitted information is included in the corresponding 
report required by the early warning requirements, and 
(b)	the news release indicates the name and telephone number 
of an individual to contact to obtain a copy of the report.
(3)	The acquiror shall send a copy of the report referred to in 
paragraph (2)(a) promptly to any entity requesting it..
4.	Section 3.2 is amended by replacing "offeror" with "acquiror" wherever it 
occurs.
5.	Section 4.2 is amended by adding "(1)" before "An", by deleting "or" at the 
end of paragraph (a), by replacing "." with "; or" at the end of paragraph (b) 
and by adding the following paragraph and subsection:
(c)	solicits proxies from securityholders of the reporting issuer in any 
of the following circumstances:
(i)	in support of the election of one or more persons as directors 
of the reporting issuer other than the persons proposed to be 
nominated by management of the reporting issuer;
(ii)	in support for a reorganization, amalgamation, merger, 
arrangement or other similar corporate action involving the 
securities of the reporting issuer if that action is not 
supported by management of the reporting issuer;
(iii)	in opposition to a reorganization, amalgamation, merger, 
arrangement or other similar corporate action involving the 
securities of the reporting issuer if that action is proposed by 
management of the reporting issuer.
(2)	For the purposes of this section, "solicit" has the meaning ascribed to 
that term in National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations..
6.	Subsection 4.3(2) is amended by replacing "Appendix F" with "Form 62-
103F2 Required Disclosure by an Eligible Institutional Investor under Section 
4.3".
7.	Subsection 4.7(1) is amended by replacing "Appendix G" with "Form 62-
103F3 Required Disclosure by an Eligible Institutional Investor under Part 4".
8.	Section 5.1 is amended by replacing "offeror" with "acquiror" in paragraph 
(b).
9.	Section 8.2 is amended by deleting "(1)".
10.	Part 9 and Section 9.1 is amended by deleting "; Early Warning Decrease 
Reports" in the titles of the Part and of the Section. 
11.	Section 9.1 is amended by deleting "(3)," in subsection (1) and by repealing 
subsection (3).
12.	Appendices E, F and G are repealed.
13.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following forms:
FORM 62-103F1 
 
REQUIRED DISCLOSURE UNDER THE EARLY WARNING 
REQUIREMENTS
State if the report is filed to amend information disclosed in an earlier report. Indicate 
the date of the report that is being amended. 
Item 1 - Security and Reporting Issuer
1.1	State the designation of securities to which this report relates and the name and 
address of the head office of the issuer of the securities.
1.2	State the name of the market in which the transaction or other occurrence that 
triggered the requirement to file this report took place.
Item 2 - Identity of the Acquiror
2.1	State the name and address of the acquiror. 
2.2	State the date of the transaction or other occurrence that triggered the 
requirement to file this report and briefly describe the transaction or other 
occurrence.
2.3	State the names of any joint actors.
	INSTRUCTION
	If the acquiror is a corporation, general partnership, limited partnership, 
syndicate or other group of persons, provide its name, the address of its head 
office, its jurisdiction of incorporation or organization, and its principal 
business. 
Item 3 - Interest in Securities of the Reporting Issuer
3.1	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities acquired or 
disposed of that triggered the requirement to file the report and the change in 
the acquiror's securityholding percentage in the class of securities. 
3.2	State whether the acquiror acquired or disposed ownership of, or acquired or 
ceased to have control over, the securities that triggered the requirement to file 
the report. 
3.3	If the transaction involved a securities lending arrangement, state that fact. 
3.4	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities and the 
acquiror's securityholding percentage in the class of securities, immediately 
before and after the transaction or other occurrence that triggered the 
requirement to file this report.
3.5	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities and the 
acquiror's securityholding percentage in the class of securities referred to in 
Item 3.4 over which
(a)	the acquiror, either alone or together with any joint actors, has 
ownership and control,
(b)	the acquiror, either alone or together with any joint actors, has 
ownership but control is held by persons or companies other than the 
acquiror or any joint actor, and
(c)	the acquiror, either alone or together with any joint actors, has exclusive 
or shared control but does not have ownership.
3.6	If the acquiror or any of its joint actors has an interest in, or right or obligation 
associated with, a related financial instrument involving a security of the class 
of securities in respect of which disclosure is required under this item, describe 
the material terms of the related financial instrument and its impact on the 
acquiror's securityholdings. 
3.7	If the acquiror or any of its joint actors is a party to a securities lending 
arrangement involving a security of the class of securities in respect of which 
disclosure is required under this item, describe the material terms of the 
arrangement including the duration of the arrangement, the number or principal 
amount of securities involved and any right to recall the securities or identical 
securities that have been transferred or lent under the arrangement.
	State if the securities lending arrangement is subject to the exception provided 
in section 5.7 of NI 62-104.
3.8	If the acquiror or any of its joint actors is a party to an agreement, arrangement 
or understanding that has the effect of altering, directly or indirectly, the 
acquiror's economic exposure to the security of the class of securities to which 
this report relates, describe the material terms of the agreement, arrangement or 
understanding.
	INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	"Related financial instrument" has the meaning ascribed to that term in 
NI 55 104. Item 3.6 encompasses disclosure of agreements, 
arrangements or understandings where the economic interest related to 
a security beneficially owned or controlled has been altered.
(ii)	For the purposes of Items 3.6, 3.7 and 3.8, a material term of an 
agreement, arrangement or understanding does not include the identity 
of the counterparty or proprietary or commercially sensitive 
information.
(iii)	For the purposes of Item 3.8, any agreements, arrangements or 
understandings that have been disclosed under other items in this Form 
do not have to be disclosed under this item.
Item 4 - Consideration Paid
4.1	State the value, in Canadian dollars, of any consideration paid or received per 
security and in total.
4.2	In the case of a transaction or other occurrence that did not take place on a 
stock exchange or other market that represents a published market for the 
securities, including an issuance from treasury, disclose the nature and value, in 
Canadian dollars, of the consideration paid or received by the acquiror. 
4.3	If the securities were acquired or disposed of other than by purchase or sale, 
describe the method of acquisition or disposition.
Item 5 - Purpose of the Transaction
State the purpose or purposes of the acquiror and any joint actors for the acquisition 
or disposition of securities of the reporting issuer. Describe any plans or future 
intentions which the acquiror and any joint actors may have which relate to or would 
result in any of the following: 
(a)	the acquisition of additional securities of the reporting issuer, or the 
disposition of securities of the reporting issuer;
(b)	a corporate transaction, such as a merger, reorganization or liquidation, 
involving the reporting issuer or any of its subsidiaries;
(c)	a sale or transfer of a material amount of the assets of the reporting 
issuer or any of its subsidiaries;
(d)	a change in the board of directors or management of the reporting issuer, 
including any plans or intentions to change the number or term of 
directors or to fill any existing vacancy on the board;
(e)	a material change in the present capitalization or dividend policy of the 
reporting issuer;
(f)	a material change in the reporting issuer's business or corporate 
structure;
(g)	a change in the reporting issuer's charter, bylaws or similar instruments 
or another action which might impede the acquisition of control of the 
reporting issuer by any person or company;
(h)	a class of securities of the reporting issuer being delisted from, or 
ceasing to be authorized to be quoted on, a marketplace; 
(i)	the issuer ceasing to be a reporting issuer in any jurisdiction of Canada;
(j)	a solicitation of proxies from securityholders;
(k)	an action similar to any of those enumerated above.
Item 6 - Agreements, Arrangements, Commitments or Understandings With 
Respect to Securities of the Reporting Issuer
Describe the material terms of any agreements, arrangements, commitments or 
understandings between the acquiror and a joint actor and among those persons and 
any person with respect to securities of the class of securities to which this report 
relates, including but not limited to the transfer or the voting of any of the securities, 
finder's fees, joint ventures, loan or option arrangements, guarantees of profits, 
division of profits or loss, or the giving or withholding of proxies. Include such 
information for any of the securities that are pledged or otherwise subject to a 
contingency, the occurrence of which would give another person voting power or 
investment power over such securities, except that disclosure of standard default and 
similar provisions contained in loan agreements need not be included.
INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	Agreements, arrangements or understandings that are described under Item 3 
do not have to be disclosed under this item.
(ii)	For the purposes of Item 6, the description of any agreements, arrangements, 
commitments or understandings does not include naming the persons with 
whom those agreements, arrangements, commitments or understandings have 
been entered into, or proprietary or commercially sensitive information.
Item 7 - Change in material fact
If applicable, describe any change in a material fact set out in a previous report filed 
by the acquiror under the early warning requirements or Part 4 in respect of the 
reporting issuer's securities.
Item 8 - Exemption
If the acquiror relies on an exemption from requirements in securities legislation 
applicable to formal bids for the transaction, state the exemption being relied on and 
describe the facts supporting that reliance.
Item 9 - Certification 
The acquiror must certify that the information is true and complete in every respect. 
In the case of an agent, the certification is based on the agent's best knowledge, 
information and belief but the acquiror is still responsible for ensuring that the 
information filed by the agent is true and complete. 
This report must be signed by each person on whose behalf the report is filed or his 
authorized representative.
It is an offence to submit information that, in a material respect and at the time and in 
the light of the circumstances in which it is submitted, is misleading or untrue.
Certificate
The certificate must state the following: 
I, as the acquiror, certify, or I, as the agent filing the report on behalf of an acquiror, 
certify to the best of my knowledge, information and belief, that the statements made 
in this report are true and complete in every respect.
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Date
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Signature
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Name/Title
FORM 62-103F2
REQUIRED DISCLOSURE BY AN ELIGIBLE INSTITUTIONAL  
INVESTOR UNDER SECTION 4.3
State if the report is filed to amend information disclosed in an earlier report. Indicate 
the date of the report that is being amended.
Item 1 - Security and Reporting Issuer
1.1	State the designation of securities to which this report relates and the name and 
address of the head office of the issuer of the securities.
1.2	State the name of the market in which the transaction or other occurrence that 
triggered the requirement to file this report took place.
Item 2 - Identity of the Eligible Institutional Investor
2.1	State the name and address of the eligible institutional investor. 
2.2	State the date of the transaction or other occurrence that triggered the 
requirement to file this report and briefly describe the transaction or other 
occurrence.
2.3	State that the eligible institutional investor is ceasing to file reports under Part 
4 for the reporting issuer. 
2.4	Disclose the reasons for doing so. 
2.5	State the names of any joint actors.
Item 3 - Interest in Securities of the Reporting Issuer
3.1	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities and the 
eligible institutional investor's securityholding percentage in the class of 
securities immediately before and after the transaction or other occurrence that 
triggered the requirement to file this report. 
3.2	State whether the acquiror acquired or disposed ownership of, or acquired or 
ceased to have control over, the securities that triggered the requirement to file 
the report. 
3.3	If the transaction involved a securities lending arrangement, state that fact. 
3.4	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities and the 
eligible institutional investor's securityholding percentage in the class of 
securities, immediately before and after the transaction or other occurrence that 
triggered the requirement to file this report and over which 
(a)	the eligible institutional investor, either alone or together with any joint 
actors, has ownership and control, 
(b)	the eligible institutional investor, either alone or together with any joint 
actors, has ownership but control is held by persons or companies other 
than the eligible institutional investor or any joint actor, and 
(c)	the eligible institutional investor, either alone or together with any joint 
actors, has exclusive or shared control but does not have ownership.
3.5	If the eligible institutional investor or any of its joint actors has an interest in, 
or right or obligation associated with, a related financial instrument involving a 
security of the class of securities in respect of which disclosure is required 
under this item, describe the material terms of the related financial instrument 
and its impact on the eligible institutional investor's securityholdings. 
3.6	If the eligible institutional investor or any of its joint actors is a party to a 
securities lending arrangement involving a security of the class of securities in 
respect of which disclosure is required under this item, describe the material 
terms of the arrangement including the duration of the arrangement, the 
number or principal amount of securities involved and any right to recall the 
securities or identical securities that have been transferred or lent under the 
arrangement.
	State if the securities lending arrangement is subject to the exception provided 
in section 5.7 of NI 62-104.
3.7	If the eligible institutional investor or any of its joint actors is a party to an 
agreement, arrangement or understanding that has the effect of altering, 
directly or indirectly, the eligible institutional investor's economic exposure to 
the security of the class of securities to which this report relates, describe the 
material terms of the agreement, arrangement or understanding.
INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	"Related financial instrument" has the meaning ascribed to that term in NI 55 
104. Item 3.5 encompasses disclosure of agreements, arrangements or 
understandings where the economic interest related to a security beneficially 
owned or controlled has been altered. 
(ii)	For the purposes of Items 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7, a material term of an agreement, 
arrangement or understanding does not include the identity of the 
counterparty or proprietary or commercially sensitive information.
(iii)	For the purposes of Item 3.7, any agreements, arrangements or understandings 
that have been disclosed under other items in this Form do not have to be 
disclosed under this item.
Item 4 - Consideration Paid
4.1	State the value, in Canadian dollars, of any consideration paid or received per 
security and in total.
4.2	In the case of a transaction or other occurrence that did not take place on a 
stock exchange or other market that represents a published market for the 
securities, including an issuance from treasury, disclose the nature and value, in 
Canadian dollars, of the consideration paid or received by the eligible 
institutional investor. 
4.3	If the securities were acquired or disposed of other than by purchase or sale, 
describe the method of acquisition or disposition.
Item 5 - Purpose of the Transaction
State the purpose or purposes of the eligible institutional investor and any joint actors 
for the acquisition or disposition of securities of the reporting issuer. Describe any 
plans or future intentions which the eligible institutional investor and any joint actors 
may have which relate to or would result in any of the following: 
(a)	the acquisition of additional securities of the reporting issuer, or the 
disposition of securities of the reporting issuer;
(b)	a corporate transaction, such as a merger, reorganization or liquidation, 
involving the reporting issuer or any of its subsidiaries;
(c)	a sale or transfer of a material amount of the assets of the reporting 
issuer or any of its subsidiaries;
(d)	a change in the board of directors or management of the reporting issuer, 
including any plans or intentions to change the number or term of 
directors or to fill any existing vacancy on the board;
(e)	a material change in the present capitalization or dividend policy of the 
reporting issuer;
(f)	a material change in the reporting issuer's business or corporate 
structure;
(g)	a change in the reporting issuer's charter, bylaws or similar instruments 
or another action which might impede the acquisition of control of the 
reporting issuer by any person;
(h)	a class of securities of the reporting issuer being delisted from, or 
ceasing to be authorized to be quoted on, a marketplace; 
(i)	the issuer ceasing to be a reporting issuer in any jurisdiction of Canada;
(j)	a solicitation of proxies from securityholders;
(k)	an action similar to any of those enumerated above.
Item 6 - Agreements, Arrangements, Commitments or Understandings With 
Respect to Securities of the Reporting Issuer
Describe the material terms of any agreements, arrangements, commitments or 
understandings between the eligible institutional investor and a joint actor and among 
those persons and any person with respect to any securities of the reporting issuer, 
including but not limited to the transfer or the voting of any of the securities, finder's 
fees, joint ventures, loan or option arrangements, guarantees of profits, division of 
profits or loss, or the giving or withholding of proxies. Include such information for 
any of the securities that are pledged or otherwise subject to a contingency, the 
occurrence of which would give another person voting power or investment power 
over such securities, except that disclosure of standard default and similar provisions 
contained in loan agreements need not be included.
INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	Agreements, arrangements or understandings that are described under Item 3 
do not have to be disclosed under this item.
(ii)	For the purposes of Item 6, the description of any agreements, arrangements, 
commitments or understandings does not include naming the persons with 
whom those agreements, arrangements, commitments or understandings have 
been entered into, or proprietary or commercially sensitive information.
Item 7 - Change in material fact
If applicable, describe any change in a material fact set out in a previous report filed 
by the eligible institutional investor under the early warning requirements or Part 4 in 
respect of the reporting issuer's securities.
Item 8 - Exemption
If the eligible institutional investor relies on an exemption from the requirement in 
securities legislation applicable to formal bids for the transaction, state the exemption 
being relied on and describe the facts supporting that reliance.
Item 9 - Certification 
The eligible institutional investor must certify that the information is true and 
complete in every respect. In the case of an agent, the certification is based on the 
agent's best knowledge, information and belief but the eligible institutional investor is 
still responsible for ensuring that the information filed by the agent is true and 
complete. 
This report must be signed by each person on whose behalf the report is filed or his 
authorized representative.
It is an offence to submit information that, in a material respect and at the time and in 
the light of the circumstances in which it is submitted, is misleading or untrue.
Certificate
The certificate must state the following: 
I, as the eligible institutional investor, certify, or I, as the agent filing the report on 
behalf of the eligible institutional investor, certify to the best of my knowledge, 
information and belief, that the statements made in this report are true and complete 
in every respect.
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Date
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Signature
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Name/Title
FORM 62-103F3
REQUIRED DISCLOSURE BY AN ELIGIBLE INSTITUTIONAL  
INVESTOR UNDER PART 4
State if the report is filed to amend information disclosed in an earlier report. Indicate 
the date of the report that is being amended. 
Item 1 - Security and Reporting Issuer
1.1	State the designation of securities to which this report relates and the name and 
address of the head office of the issuer of the securities.
1.2	State the name of the market in which the transaction or other occurrence that 
triggered the requirement to file this report took place.
Item 2 - Identity of the Eligible Institutional Investor
2.1	State the name and address of the eligible institutional investor. 
2.2	State the date of the transaction or other occurrence that triggered the 
requirement to file this report and briefly describe the transaction or other 
occurrence.
2.3	State the name of any joint actors.
2.4	State that the eligible institutional investor is eligible to file reports under Part 
4 in respect of the reporting issuer.
Item 3 -Interest in Securities of the Reporting Issuer
3.1	State the designation and the net increase or decrease in the number or 
principal amount of securities, and in the eligible institutional investor's 
securityholding percentage in the class of securities, since the last report filed 
by the eligible institutional investor under Part 4 or the early warning 
requirements. 
3.2	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities and the 
eligible institutional investor's securityholding percentage in the class of 
securities at the end of the month for which the report is made. 
3.3	If the transaction involved a securities lending arrangement, state that fact. 
3.4	State the designation and number or principal amount of securities and the 
percentage of outstanding securities of the class of securities to which this 
report relates and over which 
(a)	the eligible institutional investor, either alone or together with any joint 
actors, has ownership and control, 
(b)	the eligible institutional investor, either alone or together with any joint 
actors, has ownership but control is held by persons or companies other 
than the eligible institutional investor or any joint actor, and 
(c)	the eligible institutional investor, either alone or together with any joint 
actors, has exclusive or shared control but does not have ownership.
3.5	If the eligible institutional investor or any of its joint actors has an interest in, 
or right or obligation associated with, a related financial instrument involving a 
security of the class of securities in respect of which disclosure is required 
under this item, describe the material terms of the related financial instrument 
and its impact on the eligible institutional investor's securityholdings. 
3.6	If the eligible institutional investor or any of its joint actors is a party to a 
securities lending arrangement involving a security of the class of securities in 
respect of which disclosure is required under this item, describe the material 
terms of the arrangement including the duration of the arrangement, the 
number or principal amount of securities involved and any right to recall the 
securities or identical securities that have been transferred or lent under the 
arrangement.
State if the securities lending arrangement is subject to the exception provided in 
section 5.7 of NI 62-104.
3.7	If the eligible institutional investor or any of its joint actors is a party to an 
agreement, arrangement or understanding that has the effect of altering, 
directly or indirectly, the eligible institutional investor's economic exposure to 
the security of the class of securities to which this report relates, describe the 
material terms of the agreement, arrangement or understanding.
	INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	"Related financial instrument" has the meaning ascribed to that term in 
NI 55 104. Item 3.5 encompasses disclosure of agreements, 
arrangements or understandings where the economic interest related to 
a security beneficially owned or controlled has been altered. 
(ii)	An eligible institutional investor may omit the securityholding 
percentage from a report if the change in percentage is less than 1% of 
the class.
(iii)	For the purposes of Item 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7, a material term of an 
agreement, arrangement or understanding does not include the identity 
of the counterparty or proprietary or commercially sensitive 
information.
(iv)	For the purposes of Item 3.7, any agreements, arrangements or 
understandings that have been disclosed under other items in this Form 
do not have to be disclosed under this item.
Item 4 - Purpose of the Transaction
State the purpose or purposes of the eligible institutional investor and any joint actors 
for the acquisition or disposition of securities of the reporting issuer. Describe any 
plans or future intentions which the eligible institutional investor and any joint actors 
may have which relate to or would result in any of the following: 
(a)	the acquisition of additional securities of the reporting issuer, or the 
disposition of securities of the issuer;
(b)	a sale or transfer of a material amount of the assets of the reporting 
issuer or any of its subsidiaries;
(c)	a change in the board of directors or management of the reporting issuer, 
including any plans or intentions to change the number or term of 
directors or to fill any existing vacancy on the board;
(d)	a material change in the present capitalization or dividend policy of the 
reporting issuer;
(e)	a material change in the reporting issuer's business or corporate 
structure;
(f)	a change in the reporting issuer's charter, bylaws or similar instruments 
or another action which might impede the acquisition of control of the 
reporting issuer by any person;
(g)	a class of securities of the reporting issuer being delisted from, or 
ceasing to be authorized to be quoted on, a marketplace; 
(h)	the issuer ceasing to be a reporting issuer in any jurisdiction of Canada;
(i)	a solicitation of proxies from securityholders;
(j)	an action similar to any of those enumerated above.
Item 5 - Agreements, Arrangements, Commitments or Understandings With 
Respect to Securities of the Reporting Issuer
Describe the material terms of any agreements, arrangements, commitments or 
understandings between the eligible institutional investor and a joint actor and among 
those persons and any person with respect to securities of the class of securities to 
which this report relates, including but not limited to the transfer or the voting of any 
of the securities, finder's fees, joint ventures, loan or option arrangements, puts or 
calls, guarantees of profits, division of profits or loss, or the giving or withholding of 
proxies. Include such information for any of the securities that are pledged or 
otherwise subject to a contingency, the occurrence of which would give another 
person voting power or investment power over such securities except that disclosure 
of standard default and similar provisions contained in loan agreements need not be 
included.
INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	Agreements, arrangements or understandings that are described under Item 3 
do not have to be disclosed under this item.
(ii)	For the purposes of Item 5, the description of any agreements, arrangements, 
commitments or understandings does not include naming the persons with 
whom those agreements, arrangements, commitments or understandings have 
been entered into, or proprietary or commercially sensitive information.
Item 6 - Change in Material Fact
If applicable, describe any change in a material fact set out in a previous report filed 
by the eligible institutional investor under the early warning requirements or Part 4 in 
respect of the reporting issuer's securities.
Item 7 - Certification 
The eligible institutional investor must certify that the information is true and 
complete in every respect. In the case of an agent, the certification is based on the 
agent's best knowledge, information and belief but the eligible institutional investor is 
still responsible for ensuring that the information filed by the agent is true and 
complete. 
This report must be signed by each person on whose behalf the report is filed or his 
authorized representative.
It is an offence to submit information that, in a material respect and at the time and in 
the light of the circumstances in which it is submitted, is misleading or untrue.
Certificate
The certificate must state the following: 
I, as the eligible institutional investor, certify, or I, as the agent filing the report on 
behalf of the eligible institutional investor, certify to the best of my knowledge, 
information and belief, that the statements made in this report are true and complete 
in every respect.
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Date
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Signature
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Name/Title.
15.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 62-104 
TAKE-OVER BIDS AND ISSUER BIDS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
 
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 62-104 TAKE-OVER BIDS AND ISSUER BIDS
1.	Multilateral Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	The title of the Instrument is replaced with "National Instrument 62-104 
Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids".
3.	Section 1.1 is amended
(a)	by adding the following definition:
"alternative transaction" means, for an issuer:
(a)	an amalgamation, merger, arrangement, consolidation, or 
any other transaction of the issuer, or an amendment to the 
terms of a class of equity securities of the issuer, as a 
consequence of which the interest of a holder of an equity 
security of the issuer may be terminated without the 
holder's consent, regardless of whether the equity security 
is replaced with another security, but does not include
(i)	a consolidation of securities that does not have the 
effect of terminating the interests of holders of equity 
securities of the issuer in those securities without their 
consent, except to an extent that is nominal in the 
circumstances, 
(ii)	a circumstance in which the issuer may terminate a 
holder's interest in a security, under the terms 
attached to the security, for the purpose of enforcing 
an ownership or voting constraint that is necessary to 
enable the issuer to comply with legislation, lawfully 
engage in a particular activity or have a specified 
level of Canadian ownership, or
(iii)	a transaction solely between or among the issuer and 
one or more subsidiaries of the issuer,
(b)	a sale, lease or exchange of all or substantially all the 
property of the issuer if the sale, lease or exchange is not in 
the ordinary course of business of the issuer, but does not 
include a sale, lease or exchange solely between or among 
the issuer and one or more subsidiaries of the issuer;,
(b)	in the definition of "associate" by
(i)	adding "or" at the end of paragraph (c), and
(ii)	replacing paragraph (d) with: 
(d)	a relative of that person, if the relative has the same home 
as that person, including 
(i)	the spouse or, in Alberta, adult interdependent partner 
of that person, or 
(ii)	a relative of the person's spouse or, in Alberta, adult 
interdependent partner;, and
(c)	by adding the following definitions:
"deposit period news release" means a news release issued by an 
offeree issuer in respect of a proposed or commenced take-over bid for 
the securities of the offeree issuer and stating an initial deposit period for 
the bid of not more than 105 days and not less than 35 days, expressed 
as a number of days from the date of the bid; 
"initial deposit period" means the period, including any extension, 
during which securities may be deposited under a take-over bid but does 
not include
(a)	a mandatory 10-day extension period, or 
(b)	any extension to the period during which securities may be 
deposited if the extension is made after a mandatory 10-day 
extension period;
"mandatory 10-day extension period" means the period referred to in 
paragraph 2.31.1(a);
"partial take-over bid" means a take-over bid for less than all of the 
outstanding securities of the class of securities subject to the bid;.
4.	Subsection 1.11(3) is amended by adding "and subsection 4.8(3)" after 
"section 4.1".
5.	Section 2.11 is amended by adding the following subsections:
(1.1)	Despite paragraph (1)(b), an offeror is not required to send a notice of 
change to a security holder if, under paragraph 2.30(2)(a.1), the 
security holder is restricted from withdrawing securities that have 
been deposited under the bid.    
(5)	If, under subsection (1), an offeror is required to send a notice of 
change before the expiry of the initial deposit period
(a)		the initial deposit period for the offeror's take-over bid must 
not expire before 10 days after the date of the notice of 
change, and
(b)	the offeror must not take up securities deposited under the 
bid before 10 days after the date of the notice of change..
6.	Section 2.12 is amended 
(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "any reduction of the period during which 
securities may be deposited under the bid pursuant to section 2.28.2 or 
section 2.28.3, or" before "any extension",
(b)	by adding the following subsections:
(1.1)	Despite paragraph (1)(b), an offeror is not required to send a 
notice of variation to a security holder if, under paragraph 
2.30(2)(a.1), the security holder is restricted from withdrawing 
securities that have been deposited under the bid. 
(3.1)	If, under subsection (1), an offeror is required to send a notice of 
variation before the expiry of the initial deposit period
(a)	the initial deposit period for the offeror's take-over bid must 
not expire before 10 days after the date of the notice of 
variation, and
(b)	the offeror must not take up securities deposited under the 
bid before 10 days after the date of the notice of variation.,
(c)	in subsection (4) by replacing "and (3)" with ", (3) and (3.1)" and 
adding ", other than an extension in respect of the mandatory 10-day 
extension period," before "resulting from the waiver",  
(d)	in subsection (5) by replacing "A variation" with "An offeror must not 
make a variation", deleting "a take-over bid or", and deleting "must not 
be made", and
(e)	by adding the following subsection:
(6)	An offeror must not make a variation in the terms of a take-over 
bid, other than a variation to extend the time during which 
securities may be deposited under the bid or a variation to 
increase the consideration offered for the securities subject to the 
bid, after the offeror becomes obligated to take up securities 
deposited under the bid in accordance with section 2.32.1..
7.	Subsection 2.17(3) is amended by replacing "period during which securities 
may be deposited under the bid" with "initial deposit period".
8.	Section 2.26 is amended 
(a)	in subsection (1) by deleting "a take-over bid or", and
(b)	by repealing subsection (4).
9.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section:
Proportionate take up and payment - take-over bids 
2.26.1(1) If a greater number of securities is deposited under a partial take-
over bid than the offeror is bound or willing to acquire under the bid, the 
offeror must take up and pay for the securities proportionately, disregarding 
fractions, according to the number of securities deposited by each security 
holder.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), any securities acquired in a pre-bid 
transaction to which subsection 2.4(1) applies are deemed to have been 
deposited under the take-over bid by the person who was the seller in the pre-
bid transaction..
10.	Section 2.28 is amended by replacing "under a take-over bid or an issuer bid 
for" with "under an issuer bid for a minimum deposit period of".
11.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following sections:
Minimum deposit period - take-over bids
2.28.1 An offeror must allow securities to be deposited under a take-over bid 
for an initial deposit period of at least 105 days from the date of the bid.
Shortened deposit period - deposit period news release
2.28.2(1) Despite section 2.28.1, if at or after the time an offeror announces a 
take-over bid, the offeree issuer issues a deposit period news release in respect 
of the offeror's take-over bid, the offeror must allow securities to be deposited 
under its take-over bid for an initial deposit period of at least the number of 
days from the date of the bid as stated in the deposit period news release.
(2) Despite section 2.28.1, an offeror, other than an offeror under subsection 
(1), must allow securities to be deposited under its take-over bid for an initial 
deposit period of at least the number of days from the date of the bid as stated 
in the deposit period news release if either of the following applies:
(a)	the offeror commenced the take-over bid in respect of securities 
of the offeree issuer before the issuance of the deposit period 
news release referred to in subsection (1) and the bid has yet to 
expire;
(b)	the offeror, after the issuance of the deposit period news release 
referred to in subsection (1), commences a take-over bid in 
respect of securities of the offeree issuer and the bid is 
commenced before one of the following:
(i)	the date of expiry of the take-over bid referred to in 
subsection (1), 
(ii)	the date of expiry of another take-over bid referred to in 
paragraph (a).
(3) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), an offeror must not allow 
securities to be deposited under its take-over bid for an initial deposit period of 
less than 35 days from the date of the bid.
Shortened deposit period - alternative transaction
2.28.3 Despite section 2.28.1, if an issuer issues a news release announcing 
that it intends to effect an alternative transaction, whether pursuant to an 
agreement or otherwise, an offeror must allow securities to be deposited under 
its take-over bid for an initial deposit period of at least 35 days from the date 
of the bid if either of the following applies: 
(a)	the offeror commenced the take-over bid in respect of securities 
of the offeree issuer before the issuance of the news release and 
the bid has yet to expire;
(b)	the offeror, after the issuance of the news release, commences a 
take-over bid in respect of securities of the offeree issuer and the 
bid is commenced before one of the following:
(i)	the date of completion or abandonment of the alternative 
transaction, 
(ii)	the date of expiry of another take-over bid referred to in 
paragraph (a)..
12.	Section 2.29 is amended by deleting "a take-over bid or". 
13.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section:
Restriction on take up - take-over bids
2.29.1 An offeror must not take up securities deposited under a take-over bid 
unless all of the following apply:
(a)	a period of 105 days, or the number of days determined in 
accordance with section 2.28.2 or section 2.28.3, has elapsed 
from the date of the bid;
(b) 	all the terms and conditions of the bid have been complied with 
or waived; 
(c)	more than 50% of the outstanding securities of the class that are 
subject to the bid, excluding securities beneficially owned, or 
over which control or direction is exercised, by the offeror or by 
any person acting jointly or in concert with the offeror, have 
been deposited under the bid and not withdrawn..
14.	Section 2.30 is amended
(a)	by adding the following subsection:
(1.1) Despite paragraph (1)(a), if an offeror that has made a partial take-
over bid becomes obligated to take up securities under subsection 
2.32.1(1), a security holder must not withdraw securities deposited 
before the expiry of the initial deposit period and not taken up by the 
offeror in reliance on subsection 2.32.1(6) during the period
(a)	commencing at the time the offeror became obligated to 
take up securities under subsection 2.32.1(1), and 
(b)	ending at the time the offeror becomes obligated under 
either subsection 2.32.1(7) or (8) to take up securities not 
taken up by the offeror in reliance on subsection 2.32.1(6).,
(b)	in subsection (2) by replacing "The right of withdrawal under paragraph 
(1)(b) does not apply" with "Despite paragraph (1)(b), a security holder 
must not withdraw securities deposited", 
(c)	by adding the following paragraph after paragraph 2(a):
(a.1)	in the case of a partial take-over bid, the securities were deposited 
before the expiry of the initial deposit period and not taken up by 
the offeror in reliance on subsection 2.32.1(6) and the date of the 
notice of change or notice of variation is after the date that the 
offeror became obligated to take up securities under subsection 
2.32.1(1), or, 
(d)	in paragraph (2)(b) by
(i)	replacing "one or both of the following circumstances occur" 
with "any of the following apply",
(ii)	replacing "a variation in the terms of the bid" with "there is a 
variation in the terms of a take-over bid or issuer bid" in 
subparagraphs (i) and (ii), and
(iii)	adding the following subparagraph:
(iii)	in the case of a take-over bid, there is a variation in the 
terms after the expiry of the initial deposit period 
consisting of either an increase in the consideration 
offered for the securities subject to the bid or an extension 
of the time for deposit to not later than 10 days from the 
date of the notice of variation..
15.	Section 2.31 is replaced with the following:
2.31 If an offeror purchases securities under subsection 2.2(3), the purchased 
securities must not be counted in determining whether the minimum tender 
requirement in paragraph 2.29.1(c) is satisfied and the purchase does not 
reduce the number of securities the offeror is bound to take up under the take-
over bid..
16.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following sections:
Mandatory 10-day extension period - take-over bids
2.31.1 If, at the expiry of the initial deposit period, an offeror is obligated to 
take up securities deposited under a take-over bid pursuant to subsection 
2.32.1(1), the offeror must
(a)	extend the period during which securities may be deposited 
under the bid for a period of at least 10 days, and 
(b)	promptly issue and file a news release disclosing the following:
(i)	that the minimum tender requirement specified in 
paragraph 2.29.1(c) has been satisfied,
(ii)	the number of securities deposited and not withdrawn as at 
the expiry of the initial deposit period,
(iii)	that the period during which securities may be deposited 
under the bid has been extended for the mandatory 10-day 
extension period, and
(iv)	in the case of a take-over bid that
(A)	is not a partial take-over bid, that the offeror will 
immediately take up the deposited securities and 
pay for securities taken up as soon as possible, and 
in any event not later than 3 business days after the 
securities are taken up, or
(B)	is a partial take-over bid, that the offeror will take 
up and pay for the deposited securities 
proportionately in accordance with applicable 
securities legislation and in any event will take up 
the deposited securities not later than one business 
day after the expiry of the mandatory 10-day 
extension period and pay for securities taken up as 
soon as possible and in any event not later than 3 
business days after the securities are taken up.
Time limit on extension - partial take-over bids 
2.31.2 In the case of a partial take-over bid,
(a)	the mandatory 10-day extension period must not exceed 10 days, 
and 
(b)	the bid must not be extended after the expiry of the mandatory 
10-day extension period..
 
17.	Section 2.32 is amended  
(a)	in subsection (1) by deleting "a take-over bid or",
(b)	in subsection (2) by 
i.	deleting "a take-over bid or", and
ii.	deleting "the" before "securities deposited",
(c)	in subsection (3) by 
i.	deleting "a take-over bid or", and
ii.	 deleting "the" after "the deposit of",
(d)	in subsection (4) by replacing "An offeror may not extend its take-over 
bid or" with "An offeror must not extend its", 
(e)	in subsection (5) by 
i.	deleting "a take-over bid or",
ii.	deleting "only" before "required to take up", and
iii.	adding "only" before "the maximum number of securities", and
(f)	in subsection (6) by deleting "a take-over bid or".
18.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section:
Obligation to take up and pay for deposited securities - take-over bids 
2.32.1(1) An offeror must immediately take up securities deposited under a 
take-over bid if, at the expiry of the initial deposit period, all of the following 
apply:
(a)	the deposit period referred to in section 2.28.1, section 2.28.2 or 
section 2.28.3, as applicable, has elapsed;
(b)	all the terms and conditions of the bid have been complied with 
or waived; 
(c)	the requirement in paragraph 2.29.1(c) is satisfied.
(2) An offeror must pay for any securities taken up under a take-over bid as 
soon as possible, and in any event not later than 3 business days after the 
securities deposited under the bid are taken up.
(3) In the case of a take-over bid that is not a partial take-over bid, securities 
deposited under the bid during the mandatory 10-day extension period, or an 
extension period made after the mandatory 10-day extension period, must be 
taken up and paid for by the offeror not later than 10 days after the deposit of 
securities.
(4) In the case of a take-over bid that is not a partial take-over bid, an offeror 
must not extend its bid beyond the expiry of the mandatory 10-day extension 
period unless the offeror first takes up all securities deposited under the bid 
and not withdrawn.
(5) Despite subsection (4), if the offeror extends the bid in circumstances 
where the rights of withdrawal conferred by paragraph 2.30(1)(b) are 
applicable, the offeror must extend the bid without the offeror first taking up 
the securities which are subject to the rights of withdrawal. 
(6) Despite subsection (1), an offeror that has made a partial take-over bid is 
required to take up, by the time specified in that subsection, only the 
maximum number of securities that the offeror can take up without 
contravening section 2.23 or section 2.26.1 at the expiry of the bid.
(7) In the case of a partial take-over bid, securities deposited before the expiry 
of the initial deposit period and not taken up by the offeror in reliance on 
subsection (6), and securities deposited during the mandatory 10-day extension 
period, must be taken up by the offeror, in the manner required under section 
2.26.1, not later than one business day after the expiry of the mandatory 10-
day extension period.
(8) Despite subsection (7), if at the expiry of the mandatory 10-day extension 
period rights of withdrawal conferred by paragraph 2.30(1)(b) are applicable, 
securities deposited before the expiry of the initial deposit period and not taken 
up by the offeror in reliance on subsection (6), and securities deposited during 
the mandatory 10-day extension period, must be taken up by the offeror, in the 
manner required under section 2.26.1, not later than one business day after the 
expiry of the withdrawal period conferred by paragraph 2.30(1)(b)..
19.	Section 6.1 is replaced with the following:
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 such an 
exemption.
(3) Except in Alberta and 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..
20.	Section 6.2 is amended by renumbering it as subsection 6.2(1) and by adding 
the following subsection:
(2) Despite subsection (1), in Ontario, only the regulator may make such a 
decision..
21.	Section 7.1 is replaced with the following:
7.1 The take-over bid or issuer bid provisions in securities legislation that were 
in force immediately before May 9, 2016, continue to apply in respect of
(a)	every take-over bid and issuer bid commenced before May 9, 
2016, 
(b)	any take-over bid in respect of the securities of an offeree issuer 
subject to a take-over bid referred to in paragraph (a) 
commenced on or subsequent to May 9, 2016 and prior to the 
date of the expiry of a take-over bid referred to in paragraph (a), 
and 
(c)	any take-over bid in respect of the securities of an issuer that 
issued a news release before May 9, 2016 announcing that it 
intends to effect an alternative transaction, whether pursuant to 
an agreement or otherwise, commenced on or subsequent to 
May 9, 2016 and prior to the date of completion or abandonment 
of the alternative transaction..
22.	Section 7.2 is amended
(a)	by renumbering it as subsection 7.2(1) and by replacing "This" with 
"Except in Ontario, this", and
(b)	by adding the following subsection:
(2) In Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the 
following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and 
(3), and sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget 
Measures Act, 2015 (Ontario) are proclaimed into force..
23.	Form 62-104F1 is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National" in 
paragraph (a) of the General Provisions in Part 1.
24.	Form 62-104F1 is amended by adding the following item:
Item 9.1.	Minimum Tender Requirement and Mandatory Extension 
Period
State the following in italics and boldface type at the top of the cover page of 
the take-over bid circular:
	No securities tendered to this bid will be taken up until (a) 
more than 50% of the outstanding securities of the class 
sought (excluding those securities beneficially owned, or over 
which control or direction is exercised by the offeror or any 
person acting jointly or in concert with the offeror) have been 
tendered to the bid, (b) the minimum deposit period required 
under applicable securities laws has elapsed, and (c) any and 
all other conditions of the bid have been complied with or 
waived, as applicable. If these criteria are met, the offeror will 
take up securities deposited under the bid in accordance with 
applicable securities laws and extend its bid for an additional 
minimum period of 10 days to allow for further deposits of 
securities..
25.	Form 62-104F2 is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National" in 
paragraph (a) of the General Provisions in Part 1.
26.	Form 62-104F3 is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National" in 
paragraph (a) of the General Provisions in Part 1.
27.	Form 62-104F4 is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National" in 
paragraph (a) of the General Provisions in Part 1.
28.	Form 62-104F4 is amended by replacing "revison" with "revision" in item 
14.
29.	Form 62-104F5 is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National" in 
paragraph (a) of the General Provisions in Part 1.
30.	Form 62-104F5 is amended by adding the following paragraph under 
subsection (2) of item 3:
(a.1)	if one of the terms referred to in paragraph (a) is the mandatory 10-day 
extension period required pursuant to paragraph 2.31.1(a) of the 
Instrument, the number of securities deposited under the take-over bid 
and not withdrawn as at the date of the variation,.
31.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force. 
 
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 11-102 
PASSPORT SYSTEM
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 11-102 PASSPORT SYSTEM
1.	Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	Appendix D is amended by replacing the following:
Take-over bids and issuer bid 
requirements (TOB/IB) - 
Restrictions on acquisitions 
during take-over bid
s.2.2(1) of MI 62-104 
s.93.1(1)
TOB/IB - Restrictions on 
acquisitions during issuer bid
s.2.3(1) of MI 62-104
s.93.1(4)
TOB/IB - Restrictions on 
acquisitions before  take-over 
bid
s.2.4(1) of MI 62-104
s.93.2(1)
TOB/IB - Restrictions on 
acquisitions after bid
s.2.5 of MI 62-104
s.93.3(1)
TOB/IB - Restrictions on 
sales during formal bid
s.2.7(1) of MI 62-104
s.97.3(1)
TOB/IB - Duty to make bid 
to all security holders
s.2.8 of MI 62-104
s.94
TOB/IB - Commencement of 
bid
s.2.9 of MI 62-104
s.94.1(1) and (2)
TOB/IB - Offeror's circular
s.2.10 of MI 62-104
s.94.2(1) - (4) of 
Securities Act and
s.3.1 of OSC Rule 62-
504
TOB/IB - Change in 
information
s.2.11(1) of MI 62-104
s.94.3(1)
TOB/IB - Notice of change
s.2.11(4) of MI 62-104
s.94.3(4) of Securities 
Act and s.3.4 of OSC 
Rule 62-504
TOB/IB - Variation of terms
s.2.12(1) of MI 62-104
s.94.4(1)
TOB/IB - Notice of variation
s.2.12(2) of MI 62-104
s.94.4(2) of Securities 
Act and s.3.4 of OSC 
Rule 62-504
TOB/IB - Expiry date of bid 
if notice of variation
s.2.12(3) of MI 62-104
s.94.4(3)
TOB/IB - No variation after 
expiry
s.2.12(5) of MI 62-104
s.94.4(5)
TOB/IB - Filing and sending 
notice of change or notice of 
variation
s.2.13 of MI 62-104
s.94.5
TOB/IB - Change or 
variation in advertised take-
over bid
s.2.14(1) of MI 62-104
s.94.6(1)
TOB/IB - Consent of expert 
- bid circular 
s.2.15(2) of MI 62-104
s.94.7(1)
TOB/IB - Delivery and date 
of bid documents
s.2.16(1) of MI 62-104
s.94.8(1)
TOB/IB - Duty to prepare 
and send directors' circular
s.2.17 of MI 62-104
s.95(1)-(4) of 
Securities Act and 
s.3.2 of OSC Rule 62-
504
TOB/IB - Notice of change
s.2.18 of MI 62-104
s.95.1(1) and (2) of 
Securities Act and 
s.3.4 of OSC Rule 62-
504
TOB/IB - Filing directors' 
circular or notice of change
s.2.19 of MI 62-104
s.95.2
TOB/IB - Change in 
information in director's or 
officer's circular or notice of 
change
s.2.20(2) of MI 62-104
s.96(2)
TOB/IB - Form of director's 
or officer's circular 
s.2.20(3) of MI 62-104
s.96(3) of Securities 
Act and s.3.3 of OSC 
Rule 62-504
TOB/IB - Send director's or 
officer's circular or notice of 
change to securityholders
s.2.20(5) of MI 62-104
s.96(5)
TOB/IB - File and send to 
offeror director's or officer's 
circular or notice of change
s.2.20(6) of MI 62-104
s.96(6)
TOB/IB -  Form of notice of 
change for director's or 
officer's circular
s.2.20(7) of MI 62-104
s.96(7) of Securities 
Act and s.3.4 of OSC 
Rule 62-504
TOB/IB - Consent of expert, 
directors' circular, etc.
s.2.21 of MI 62-104
s.96.1
TOB/IB - Delivery and date 
of offeree issuer's documents
s.2.22(1) of MI 62-104
s.96.2(1)
TOB/IB - Consideration
s.2.23(1) of MI 62-104
s.97(1)
TOB/IB - Variation of 
consideration
s.2.23(3) of MI 62-104
s.97(3)
TOB/IB - Prohibition against 
collateral agreements
s.2.24 of MI 62-104
s.97.1(1)
TOB/IB - Proportionate take 
up and payment
s.2.26(1) of MI 62-104
s.97.2(1)
TOB/IB - Financing 
arrangements
s.2.27(1) of MI 62-104
s.97.3(1)
TOB/IB - Minimum deposit 
period
s.2.28 of MI 62-104
s.98(1)
TOB/IB - Prohibition on 
take up
s.2.29 of MI 62-104
s.98(2)
TOB/IB - Obligation to take 
up and pay for deposited 
securities 
s.2.32 of MI 62-104
s.98.3
TOB/IB - Return of 
deposited securities 
s.2.33 of MI 62-104
s.98.5
TOB/IB - News release on 
expiry of bid
s.2.34 of MI 62-104
s.98.6
TOB/IB - Language of bid 
documents
s.3.1 of MI 62-104
n/a
TOB/IB - Filing of 
documents by offeror
s.3.2(1) of MI 62-104
s.98.7 of Securities Act 
and s.5.1(1) of OSC 
Rule 62-504
TOB/IB - Filing of 
documents by offeree issuer
s.3.2(2) of MI 62-104
s.5.1(2) of OSC Rule 
62-504
TOB/IB - Time period for 
filing
s.3.2(3) of MI 62-104
s.5.1(3) of OSC Rule 
62-504
TOB/IB - Filing of 
subsequent agreement 
s.3.2(4) of MI 62-104
s.5.1(4) of OSC Rule 
62-504
TOB/IB - Certification of 
bid circulars
s.3.3(1) of MI 62-104
s.99(1)
TOB/IB - All directors and 
officers sign
s.3.3(2) of MI 62-104
s.99(2)
TOB/IB - Certification of 
directors' circular 
s.3.3(3) of MI 62-104
s.99(3)
TOB/IB - Certification of 
individual director's or 
officer's circular
s.3.3(4) of MI 62-104
s.99(4)
TOB/IB - Obligation to 
provide security holder list
s.3.4(1) of MI 62-104
s.99.1(1)
TOB/IB - Application of 
Canada Business 
Corporations Act
s.3.4(2) of MI 62-104

s.99.1(2)
TOB/IB - Early Warning
s.5.2 of MI 62-104
s.102.1(1) - (4) of 
Securities Act and 
s.7.1 of OSC Rule 62-
504
TOB/IB - Acquisitions 
during bid 
s.5.3 of MI 62-104
s.102.2(1) and (2) of 
Securities Act and 
s.7.2(1) of OSC Rule 
62-504
TOB/IB - Copies of news 
release and report
s.5.5 of MI 62-104
s.7.2(3) of OSC Rule 
62-504
with the following:
Take-over bid and issuer 
bid requirements 
NI 62-104 

 
.
3. 	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102 
SYSTEM FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 13-102 SYSTEM FEES FOR SEDAR AND NRD
1.	Multilateral Instrument 13-102 System Fees for SEDAR and NRD is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Subsection 1(1) is amended 
(a)	by replacing the definition of "issuer bid" with the following:
	"issuer bid" means an issuer bid to which Part 2 of National Instrument 
62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids applies; , and
(b)	by replacing the definition of "take-over bid" with the following:
	"take-over bid" means a take-over bid to which Part 2 of National 
Instrument 62 104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids applies..
3.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
 
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 43-101  
STANDARDS OF DISCLOSURE FOR MINERAL PROJECTS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 43-101 STANDARDS OF  
DISCLOSURE FOR MINERAL PROJECTS
1.	National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definition:
"initial deposit period" has the meaning ascribed to that term in section 1.1 of 
National Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids;.
3.	Subparagraph 4.2(5)(a)(ii) is amended by replacing "expiry of the take-over 
bid" with "the expiry of the initial deposit period".
4.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 51-105 
ISSUERS QUOTED IN THE U.S. OVER-THE-COUNTER MARKETS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
 
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 51-105 ISSUERS QUOTED IN  
THE U.S. OVER-THE-COUNTER MARKETS
1.	Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter 
Markets is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 16 is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National".
3.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT  62-103  
THE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM AND RELATED TAKE-OVER  
BID AND INSIDER REPORTING ISSUES
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT  62-103 THE EARLY WARNING SYSTEM  
AND RELATED TAKE-OVER BID AND INSIDER REPORTING ISSUES
1.	National Instrument 62-103 The Early Warning System and Related Take-
Over Bid and Insider Reporting Issues is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Subsection 1.1(1) is amended 
(a)	by replacing "MI" with "NI" and deleting "and, in Ontario, has the 
meaning ascribed under paragraphs (a.1) to (f) of the definition of 
"associate" in subsection 1(1) of the Securities Act (Ontario)" in the 
definition of "associate",
(b)	by replacing "MI" with "NI" and deleting "and, in Ontario, subsections 
102.1(1) and 102.1(2) of the Securities Act (Ontario)" in the definition 
of "early warning requirements",
(c)	by replacing the definition of "formal bid" with the following:
	"formal bid" means a take-over bid or issuer bid made in accordance 
with Part 2 of NI 62-104; ,
(d)	by repealing the definition of "MI 62-104",
(e)	by replacing "MI" with "NI" and deleting "and, in Ontario, subsection 
102.1(3) of the Securities Act (Ontario)" in the definition of "moratorium 
provisions", and
(f)	by adding the following definition: 
	"NI 62-104" means National Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and 
Issuer Bids;.
3.	Appendix D is amended 
(a)	by replacing "MI 62-104" with "NI 62-104" wherever the expression 
occurs, and
(b)	by replacing "Subsections 1(5) and 1(6) and sections 90 and 91 of the 
Securities Act (Ontario)" with "Subsections 1(5) and 1(6) of the 
Securities Act (Ontario) and sections 1.8 and 1.9 of NI 62-104".
4.	Except in Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.  In 
Ontario, this Instrument comes into force on the later of the following:
(a)	May 9, 2016; 
(b)	the day on which sections 1, 2 and 3, subsections 4 (2) and (3), and 
sections 5, 7, 8 and 10 of Schedule 18 of the Budget Measures Act, 2015 
(Ontario) are proclaimed into force.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO  
ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULES (GENERAL)
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 10, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO  
ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULES (GENERAL)
1.	The Alberta Securities Commission Rules (General) are amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	Subsection 26(2) is amended by replacing "Multilateral" with "National" 
wherever it occurs.
3.	This Instrument comes into force on May 9, 2016.
Alberta Securities Commission
Erratum
Item 7(a) of Form 43-101F1 Technical Report which appeared in Part 1 of the May 
31, 2011 edition of the Alberta Gazette and which came into force on June 30, 2011 
contained an error. It should have appeared as follows:
	Item 7:	Geological Setting and Mineralization - Describe 
	(a)	the regional, local and property geology; and
Seniors and Housing
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period October 1, 2015 to December 31, 2015
Function: 2015 Minister's Seniors Service Awards (MSSA) 
Date: October 6, 2015 
Amount: $9,300.54 
Purpose: To celebrate the winners for the 2015 Minister's Seniors Service Award 
program.  The Service Awards recognized individuals and organizations that 
volunteer to support Alberta seniors.  The Minister and her MLA colleagues attended 
the event. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
ADVERTISEMENTS
Irrigation District Notice
Enforcement Return
(Irrigation Districts Act)
Bow River Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of the Judicial 
District of Lethbridge has fixed May 2, 2016 as the day on which at 10:00 a,m. the 
court will sit in the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta for the purpose of confirmation 
of the Rate Enforcement Return of the Bow River Irrigation District for the year 2015 
and prior years.
Dated at Vauxhall, Alberta, March 23, 2016
7-8	Richard Phillips, P. Eng., General Manager.
 
St. Mary River Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, Judicial Centre of 
Lethbridge, has fixed Monday, May 2nd, 2016 as the day on which at 10:00 a.m., the 
Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta for the purpose of confirmation 
of the Enforcement Return for the St. Mary River Irrigation District covering rates 
assessed for the year 2014.
Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, March 7, 2016
6-7	Terrence Lazarus, R.E.T., General Manager.
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Taber Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen's Bench of the Judicial District of 
Lethbridge, has fixed Monday, May 2, 2016 as the day on which at the hour of 10:00 
a.m., the Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, for the purpose of 
confirmation of the Rate Enforcement Return for the Taber Irrigation District 
covering rates assessed for the year 2014.
Dated at Taber, Alberta, March 15, 2016
6-7	Christopher W. Gallagher, District Manager
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Western Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that a Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta has 
fixed Wednesday, May 11, 2016 as the day on which, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., or so 
soon thereafter as the application can be heard, the Court will sit in Chambers, at the 
Court House, 601 - 5 Street S.W. in Calgary, Alberta, for the purpose of confirmation 
of the Enforcement Return for the Western Irrigation District covering rates assessed 
for the year 2014.
Dated at Strathmore, Alberta, February 24, 2016.
6-7	Erwin Braun, P.L. (Eng), General Manager.
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Bow 
North Synergy Association on December 23, 2015.
Dated at at Calgary, Alberta on March 31, 2016.
Robert Ollerenshaw, Director.
Notice of Creditors Meeting
(Companies Act)
Banff Heritage Tourism Corporation
Banff Heritage Tourism Corporation, registered under the Companies Act, Alberta as 
Corporate access Number 519897425 (the "Company") is in the process of winding 
up in accordance with Part 10 (Division 5) of the Companies Act (Alberta).
Take notice that a meeting of the creditors of the Company will be held on April 22, 
2016 commencing at 2:00pm at 202 - 216 Banff Avenue, Banff, Alberta to discuss 
any issues surrounding the voluntary winding up of the Company with the liquidator. 
Dated at Banff, Alberta on March 31, 2016.
Eric Harvie, Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61 will offer for sale, by public auction, at 
the office of the Municipal Administrator, 717 - 14th Avenue, Wainwright, Alberta, 
on Tuesday, June 21st, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Pt. of 
Sec.
Sec. 
Lot
Twp. Block
Rge. Plan
M.
PT. NW
01
44
4
W4     3.01 Acres
PT. SW
02 
LOT 1
48 
BLK. 1
10 
PLAN 9121825
W4     1.61 Acres
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61 may, after the public auction, become 
the owner of any parcel of land 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 Wainwright, Alberta, March 31st, 2016.
Mr. Kelly Buchinski, Municipal Administrator.
Town of Innisfail
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Innisfail will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Town Office, 4943 
53 Street, Innisfail, Alberta, on Wednesday, June 8, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following 
lands:
Lot
Block
Plan 
1
48
7622352
22
60
7721970
6
40
3733P
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 property is being offered 
for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of Innisfail makes no 
representation and gives no warranty whatsoever of the adequacy of services, soil 
conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, absence or 
presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession or the development 
possibilities of the subject land for any intended use by the successful bidder.  No 
terms or conditions will be considered other than those specified by the Town of 
Innisfail.  The successful bidder will be required to execute a Sale Agreement in a 
form and substance acceptable to the Town of Innisfail.  No further information is 
available at auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Town of Innisfail may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms of sale are Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque.  A 30% deposit is payable 
upon acceptance of the bid at public auction.  The balance of the accepted bid is due 
within 15 days, or the deposit will be forfeited and the Town will consider the next 
bid.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Innisfail, Alberta, March 28, 2016.
Heather Whymark, Director of Corporate Services.
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Town of Lamont
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Lamont will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers of 
the Lamont Town Office, Lamont, Alberta, on Wednesday, June 15, 2016, at 1:00 
p.m., the following lands:
LINC Number 
Legal Description
Title Number
0033164369
Plan 0823278, Block 11, Lot 76
082 474 914
0021191283
Plan 127HW, Block 8, Pt. of Lot 7
102 138 681
All properties are subject to the Tax Sale if the total property taxes remain 
outstanding prior to the Tax Sale.
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Town of 
Lamont makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser. No bid will be accepted 
where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel. No 
terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by Town of 
Lamont.
The Town of Lamont may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: one-third cash or certified cheque is required on the date of sale and the 
balance within 30 days.  All sales are subject to current taxes.  GST may apply on 
properties 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.  Properties may be deleted from this list as the tax arrears and costs 
are paid.
Dated at Lamont, Alberta, April 1, 2016.
Sandi Maschmeyer, Chief Administrative Officer.
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Village of Big Valley
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Big Valley will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 
29 - 1 Avenue S., Big Valley, Alberta, on Friday, June 24, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
2
2
4035AF
122252400
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.
These properties are being offered for sale on "as is" "where is" basis and the Village 
of Big Valley 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.
The Village of Big Valley may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque.  10% Deposit and balance payable within 30 days 
of date of Public Auction.
The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the current 
year.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Big Valley, Alberta, March 29, 2016.
Michelle White, Chief Administrative Officer.
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Village of Forestburg
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Forestburg will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village of 
Forestburg Council Chambers, 4902 - 50 Street, Forestburg, Alberta, on Wednesday, 
June 1, 2016, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
C of T
Lot
Block
Plan
132129359
12
10
0823574
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 Village of 
Forestburg makes no representation and gives no warranties whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the development 
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 the parcel. No terms and conditions will be considered other than those 
specified by the Village of Forestburg.
The Village of Forestburg may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Certified Cheque or Bank Draft.  10% non-refundable deposit on the 
day of the sale and balance due within 24 hours of the Public Auction.  GST will 
apply if applicable.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at the Village of Forestburg, Alberta, March 22, 2016.
Debra A. Moffatt, CAO.
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Village of Warner
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Warner will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Municipal Office, 
210 3rd Ave, Warner, Alberta, on June 15th, 2016, at 1:30 p.m., the following lands:
LOT
BLOCK
PLAN
TITLE
6
25
9111550
991366579
7
25
9111550
991366579 +1
S60' 1-4
6
4068N
091339135
19-20
3
4068N
091141770
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 Village of 
Warner makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession or the 
developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Village of Warner.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Village of Warner 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 Village of Warner, on the date of the public auction, with final payment to be 
received within 30 days, by cash, bank draft or certified cheque made payable to the 
Village of Warner. Failure to pay the balance within the specified time will result in 
the forfeit of the deposit and the Village will consider the next bid. The above 
property may be subject to GST.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Warner, Alberta, March 16, 2016.
Jon Hood, Chief Administrative Officer.
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