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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 112	Edmonton, Saturday, December 31, 2016	No. 24
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Lois Mitchell, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Philip Bryden Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 3(9) of the Administrative Penalties and Related Matters Statutes 
Amendment Act, 2002 provides that section 3 of that Act comes into force on 
Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim section 3(4), (7) and (8) of the Administrative 
Penalties and Related Matters Statutes Amendment Act, 2002 in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim section 3(4), (7) 
and (8) of the Administrative Penalties and Related Matters Statutes Amendment Act, 
2002 in force on the date of issue of the Proclamation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE LOIS MITCHELL, Lieutenant Governor of 
Our Province of Alberta, this 6th day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two 
Thousand Sixteen and in the Sixty-fifth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Kathleen Ganley, Provincial Secretary.
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Full-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
October 19, 2016 
Scragg, Brenda Frances of Grande Prairie
For a term to expire on October 18, 2026
Appointment of Part-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
October 26, 2016 
Workun, Catherine Ann of Edmonton
For a term to expire on October 25, 2026
Appointment of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
November 1, 2016 
Proulx, Kimberly Louise of Wetaskiwin 
Remeshylo, Linda Jeanette of Edmonton 
Schamp, Shauna Christine of Calgary 
Sereda, Crystal Jean of Drumheller
Appointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
January 1, 2017 
Honourable Judge Judith Shriar
For a term to expire on April 17, 2025.
January 2, 2017 
Honourable Judge Victor Thomas Tousignant
For a term to expire on December 29, 2018.
Appointment of Supernumerary Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
December 9, 2016 
Honourable Judge Francis L. Maloney
For a term to expire on December 8, 2018.
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
January 4, 2017 
Honourable Judge Philip John Maher
For a term to expire on January 3, 2018.
January 18, 2017 
Honourable Judge Peter Paul Ayotte
For a term to expire on January 17, 2018.
January 24, 2017 
Honourable Judge Lloyd Eric Malin
For a term to expire on January 23, 2018.
Reappointment of Supernumerary Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
January 1, 2017 
Honourable Judge David J. McNab
For a term to expire on December 31, 2018.
January 4, 2017 
Honourable Judge Darlene Rosalie Wong
For a term to expire on January 3, 2019.
 
CHANGES OF NAME
Change of Name of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
November 6, 2016 
Noullett, Lisa Noelle to Wile, Lisa Noelle 
West, Caitlain Joy to Flegg, Caitlain Joy
TERMINATIONS
Termination of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
November 6, 2016 
Bremner, Janine Ellen 
Hanson, Suzanne Marie
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 142/2016
(Health Professions Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	June 10, 2016
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the order set out in the attached 
Appendix, being the Order respecting Medical Assistance in Dying Standards of 
Practice.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
APPENDIX
Order respecting Medical Assistance in Dying Standards of Practice 
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of 
Health, amends the standards of practice entitled "Medical Assistance in Dying", 
adopted by the council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta on May 
27, 2016 by adding the following after section (2):
 
(2.1)Before a regulated member provides a patient with medical assistance in 
dying, the regulated member must
(a)	be of the opinion that the patient
i.	is eligible, or but for any applicable minimum period of residence 
or waiting period, would be eligible for health services funded by a 
federal, provincial or territorial government in Canada,
ii.	is at least 18 years of age,
iii.	is capable of making decisions with respect to their health,
iv.	has a grievous and irremediable medical condition that causes 
enduring suffering that is intolerable to the patient in the 
circumstances of their condition and that cannot be relieved under 
conditions that the patient considers acceptable,
v.	has made a voluntary request for medical assistance in dying that, 
in particular, was not made as a result of external pressure, and
vi.	gives informed consent to receive medical assistance in dying,
(b)	ensure that the patient's request for medical assistance in dying was 
made in writing and was signed and dated by the patient or by another 
person on their behalf under section (2.2),
(c)	be satisfied that the request was signed and dated by the patient or by 
another person on the patient's behalf before two independent witnesses 
who then also signed and dated the request,
(d)	ensure that the patient has been informed that they may, at any time and 
in any manner, withdraw their request,
(e)	ensure that another regulated member, or an individual who has a 
similar status under similar legislation in another Canadian jurisdiction, 
has provided a written opinion confirming that the patient meets all of 
the criteria set out in clause (a),
(f)	be satisfied that they and the other individual referred to in clause (e) 
are independent,
(g)	immediately before providing the medical assistance in dying, give the 
patient an opportunity to withdraw their request and ensure that the 
patient gives express consent to receive medical assistance in dying, 
and
(h)	if the patient has difficulty communicating, take all necessary measures 
to provide a reliable means by which the patient may understand the 
information that is provided to them and communicate their decision.
(2.2)If the patient requesting medical assistance in dying is unable to sign and 
date the request, another person who is at least 18 years of age and who 
understands the nature of the request for medical assistance in dying may 
sign and date the request in the patient's presence, on the patient's behalf 
and under the patient's express direction.
(2.3)Any person who is at least 18 years of age and who understands the nature 
of the request for medical assistance in dying may act as an independent 
witness, except if they
(a)	know or believe that they are a beneficiary under the will of the patient 
making the request, or a recipient, in any other way, of a financial or 
other material benefit resulting from the patient's death,
(b)	are an owner or operator of any health care facility at which the patient 
making the request is being treated or any facility in which the patient 
resides,
(c)	are directly involved in providing health care services to the patient 
making the request, or
(d)	directly provide personal care to the patient making the request.
(2.4)The regulated member providing medical assistance in dying and the 
regulated member or other individual who provides the opinion referred to 
in section ( 2.1)(e) are independent if they
(a)	are not a mentor to the other regulated member or individual, or 
responsible for supervising the other's work,
(b)	do not know or believe that they are a beneficiary under the will of the 
patient making the request, or a recipient, in any other way, of a 
financial or other material benefit resulting from the patient's death, 
other than standard compensation for their services relating to the 
request, or
(c)	do not know or believe that they are connected to the other regulated 
member or individual, or to the patient making the request, in any other 
way that would affect their objectivity.
(2.5)Medical assistance in dying must be provided with reasonable knowledge, 
care and skill and in accordance with any applicable enactment, rules or 
standards.
(2.6)The regulated member who, in providing medical assistance in dying, 
prescribes or obtains a drug for that purpose must, before any pharmacist 
dispenses the drug, inform the pharmacist that the drug is intended for that 
purpose.
(3)	A regulated member who receives an inquiry from a patient with respect to 
medical assistance in dying must ensure that contact information for the 
Alberta Health Services medical assistance in dying care coordination 
service is provided to the patient, or to another person identified by the 
patient, without delay. 
(4)	A regulated member who receives an oral or written request from a patient 
for medical assistance in dying and who declines for reasons of conscience 
or religion to provide or to aid in providing medical assistance in dying must 
ensure that reasonable access to the Alberta Health Services medical 
assistance in dying care coordination service is provided to the patient 
without delay.
(5)	A regulated member may prescribe a drug for use in medical assistance in 
dying only if the drug has been recommended for the use by the Alberta 
Health Services medical assistance in dying care coordination service.
(6)	A regulated member who provides medical assistance in dying must keep 
records in the form and manner required by the Minister confirming that the 
requirements of these standards, and any other standards or legislation 
applicable to medical assistance in dying, were met.
(7)	A regulated member who provides medical assistance in dying must, 
without delay, provide a member of the Medical Assistance in Dying 
Regulatory Review Committee designated by the Committee with copies of 
the records referred to in section (6).
(8)	In these standards, "medical assistance in dying" means
(a)	the administering by a regulated member of a substance to a person, at 
their request, that causes their death; or 
(b)	the prescribing or providing by a regulated member of a substance to a 
person, at their request, so that they may self-administer the substance 
and in doing so cause their own death.
O.C. 163/2016
(Health Professions Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	June 28, 2016
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of 
Health, amends the standards of practice entitled "Medical Assistance in Dying", 
adopted by the council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta on May 
27, 2016, as amended, by striking out sections (2.1) to (2.6).
Rachel Notley, Chair.
______________
O.C. 320/2016
(Health Professions Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	December 6, 2016
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of 
Health, makes the standards of practice entitled "Medical Assistance in Dying 
Standards of Practice for Nurse Practitioners", set out in the attached Appendix, as 
standards of practice of the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta.
Sarah Hoffman, Chair.
APPENDIX
Medical Assistance in Dying Standards of Practice for Nurse Practitioners 
College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta
Interpretation - medical assistance in dying
1.	In these standards, 
(a) "medical assistance in dying" means 
(i) the administering by a nurse practitioner of a substance to a patient, at the 
patient's request, that causes the patient's death; or 
(ii) the prescribing or providing by a nurse practitioner of a substance to a 
patient, at the patient's request, so that the patient may self-administer the 
substance and in doing so cause his or her own death;
(b) "nurse practitioner" means a regulated member who is registered on the nurse 
practitioner register under the Registered Nurses Profession Regulation (AR 
232/2005).
Compliance with legislation
2.	A nurse practitioner who receives, considers or fulfils a written request for 
medical assistance in dying must do so in accordance with legislation. 
 
Requirement on inquiry from patient
3.	A nurse practitioner who receives an inquiry from a patient with respect to 
medical assistance in dying must communicate promptly and respectfully with 
the patient and must ensure that contact information for the Alberta Health 
Services Medical Assistance in Dying Care Coordination Service is provided to 
the patient, or to another person identified by the patient, without delay.
Requirement on request from patient
4.	A nurse practitioner who receives an oral or written request from a patient for 
medical assistance in dying and who declines for reasons of conscience or 
religion to provide or to aid in providing medical assistance in dying must ensure 
that reasonable access to the Alberta Health Services Medical Assistance in 
Dying Care Coordination Service is provided to the patient without delay.
Informed consent
5.	A nurse practitioner who obtains informed consent for the purpose of medical 
assistance in dying from a patient who has requested the assistance, must ensure 
that the patient
(a) is aware of his or her right to withdraw consent at any time,
(b) is free of undue influence, duress or coercion in making the consent decision,
(c) is informed of 
(i) the diagnosis reached, 
(ii) the advised interventions and treatments for his or her condition, the 
exact nature and anticipated benefits of the advised interventions and 
treatments and their associated common risks and significant risks,
(iii) the reasonable alternative treatments available for his or her condition, 
the exact nature and anticipated benefits of the reasonable alternative 
treatments and their associated common risks and significant risks,
(iv) the exact nature of the medical assistance in dying procedure and its 
associated common risks and significant risks, and
(v) the natural history of his or her condition and the consequences both of 
receiving and of not receiving medical assistance in dying, 
and
(d) demonstrates a reasonable understanding of the information provided and the 
reasonably foreseeable consequences both of receiving and of not receiving 
medical assistance in dying. 
Requirements for plan, collaboration and notification
6.	A nurse practitioner who provides medical assistance in dying must
(a) discuss and agree on a plan with the patient that considers 
(i) the patient's wishes regarding when, where and how the medical 
assistance in dying will be provided, including the presence of the nurse 
practitioner and any additional support,
(ii) an alternate plan to address potential complications, and 
(iii) the patient's choice to rescind the request at any time, including 
immediately before the provision of medical assistance in dying, 
(b) collaborate with the pharmacist dispensing the drug(s),  and 
(c) after the patient's death, notify the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. 
Restriction on drugs that may be used
7.	A nurse practitioner may prescribe a drug for use in medical assistance in dying 
only if the drug has been recommended for the use by the Alberta Health 
Services Medical Assistance in Dying Care Coordination Service. 
Records
8.	A nurse practitioner who provides medical assistance in dying must keep records 
in the form and manner required by the Minister confirming that the 
requirements of these standards, and any other standards or legislation applicable 
to medical assistance in dying, were met. 
Medical Assistance in Dying Regulatory Review Committee
9.	A nurse practitioner who provides medical assistance in dying must, without 
delay, provide a member of the Medical Assistance in Dying Regulatory Review 
Committee designated by the Committee with copies of the records referred to in 
section 8.
 
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 St. Mary River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the 
Irrigation Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land 
Titles for the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and 
arrange for notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0023 010 085
4;7;11;27;NE
122B25
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the St. Mary River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Executive Council
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1 to September 30, 2016
Purpose: Official Visit of Her Excellency Anne Kari H. Ovind Ambassador of the 
Kingdom of Norway
Date: June 21, 2016
Amount: $1,732.47
Location: Edmonton
Purpose: Working Visit of Their Royal Highnesses the Earl and Countess of Wessex
Date: June 24, 2016
Amount: $12,145.78
Location: Calgary and Fort McMurray
 
Purpose: Official Visit of Consul General Kunihiko Tanabe of Japan
Date: June 28, 2016
Amount: $1,856.78
Location: Edmonton
Purpose: Reception for former Lieutenant Governor Donald Ethell
Date: August 15, 2016
Amount: $961.00
Location: Edmonton
Human Services
Office of the Public Trustee
Property being held by the Public Trustee for a period of Ten (10) Years 
(Public Trustee Act)
Section 11 (2)(b)
Name of Person Entitled 
to Property

Description 
 of Property 
held and its 
value or 
estimated value

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

Public Trustee 
Office 
 
Additional 
Information 

Patricia Irene Mary 
Carnegie
Cash on hand 
$11,274.85
Noreen Wright 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 142298 
ES03 142298 
J.D. Edmonton 
Order Re: missing 
Benf.
PTE#168798

Municipal Affairs
Ministerial Order No. MAG:028/16
(Municipal Government Act)
I, Danielle Larivee, Minister of Municipal Affairs, under Ministerial Order 
MAG:028/16 made pursuant to Sections 322 and 322.1 of the Municipal Government 
Act and the applicable regulations, have established the following:
 
The 2016 Alberta Linear Property Assessment Minister's Guidelines 
The 2016 Alberta Machinery and Equipment Assessment Minister's Guidelines 
The 2016 Alberta Farm Land Assessment Minister's Guidelines 
The 2016 Alberta Railway Assessment Minister's Guidelines 
The 2005 Alberta Construction Cost Reporting Guide
Copies of the Assessment Minister's Guidelines are available to the public on the 
Alberta Municipal Affairs website below: 
http://municipalaffairs.alberta.ca/mc_property_assessment_and_taxation_legislation. 
cfm and at the Alberta Queen's Printer Bookstore.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on December 12, 2016.
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Kautz Inspection Services, Accreditation No. A000148, Order No. 0185
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations for Gas.
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installations Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code, Code for Field Approval of Fuel-Related Components on 
Appliance and Equipment, and Compressed Natural Gas Fuelling Stations Installation 
Code, excluding the Installation Code for Propane Fuel Systems and Tanks on 
Highway Vehicles and the Natural Gas for Vehicles Installation Code - Part 1 
Compressed Natural Gas
Accredited Date: July 5, 1995	Issued Date: December 7, 2016.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Kautz Inspection Services, Accreditation No. A000148, Order No. 0184
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations for Plumbing.
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code of Canada and Private Sewage 
Disposal System Standard of Practice.
Accredited Date: July 5, 1995	Issued Date: December 7, 2016.
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Birchcliff Energy Ltd, Accreditation No. C000903, Order No. 3016
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities.
Accredited Date: December 7, 2016	Issued Date: December 7, 2016.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 58-101  
DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICES
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 14, 2016 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 58-101 DISCLOSURE OF CORPORATE 
GOVERNANCE PRACTICES
1.	National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definition:
"major subsidiary" has the same meaning as in National Instrument 55-104 
Insider Reporting Requirements and Exemptions; .
3.	Form 58-101F1 Corporate Governance Disclosure is amended by adding the 
following items:
10.	Director Term Limits and Other Mechanisms of Board Renewal - 
Disclose whether or not the issuer has adopted term limits for the 
directors on its board or other mechanisms of board renewal and, if so, 
include a description of those director term limits or other mechanisms 
of board renewal. If the issuer has not adopted director term limits or 
other mechanisms of board renewal, disclose why it has not done so.
11.	Policies Regarding the Representation of Women on the Board - 
(a)	Disclose whether the issuer has adopted a written policy relating 
to the identification and nomination of women directors. If the 
issuer has not adopted such a policy, disclose why it has not done 
so.
(b)	If an issuer has adopted a policy referred to in (a), disclose the 
following in respect of the policy:
(i)	a short summary of its objectives and key provisions,
(ii)	the measures taken to ensure that the policy has been 
effectively implemented,
(iii)	annual and cumulative progress by the issuer in achieving 
the objectives of the policy, and
(iv)	whether and, if so, how the board or its nominating 
committee measures the effectiveness of the policy.
12.	Consideration of the Representation of Women in the Director 
Identification and Selection Process - 
Disclose whether and, if so, how the board or nominating committee 
considers the level of representation of women on the board in 
identifying and nominating candidates for election or re-election to the 
board. If the issuer does not consider the level of representation of 
women on the board in identifying and nominating candidates for 
election or re-election to the board, disclose the issuer's reasons for not 
doing so.
13.	Consideration Given to the Representation of Women in Executive 
Officer Appointments - 
Disclose whether and, if so, how the issuer considers the level of 
representation of women in executive officer positions when making 
executive officer appointments. If the issuer does not consider the level 
of representation of women in executive officer positions when making 
executive officer appointments, disclose the issuer's reasons for not 
doing so.
14.	Issuer's Targets Regarding the Representation of Women on the 
Board and in Executive Officer Positions - 
(a)	For purposes of this Item, a "target" means a number or 
percentage, or a range of numbers or percentages, adopted by the 
issuer of women on the issuer's board or in executive officer 
positions of the issuer by a specific date.
(b)	Disclose whether the issuer has adopted a target regarding women 
on the issuer's board. If the issuer has not adopted a target, 
disclose why it has not done so.
(c)	Disclose whether the issuer has adopted a target regarding women 
in executive officer positions of the issuer. If the issuer has not 
adopted a target, disclose why it has not done so.
(d)	If the issuer has adopted a target referred to in either (b) or (c), 
disclose:
(i)	the target, and
(ii)	the annual and cumulative progress of the issuer in 
achieving the target.
15.	Number of Women on the Board and in Executive Officer  
Positions -
(a)	Disclose the number and proportion (in percentage terms) of 
directors on the issuer's board who are women.
(b)	Disclose the number and proportion (in percentage terms) of 
executive officers of the issuer, including all major subsidiaries of 
the issuer, who are women. .
4.	The Instructions of Form 58-101F1 are amended by adding the following 
sections:
(4)	An issuer may disclose any additional information that is relevant in 
order to understand the context of the information disclosed by the 
issuer under Item 15(a) or (b) of this Form.
(5)	An issuer may incorporate information required to be disclosed under 
Items 10 to 15 by reference to another document. The issuer must clearly 
identify the reference document or any excerpt of it that the issuer 
incorporates into the disclosure provided under Items 10 to 15. Unless 
the issuer has already filed the reference document or excerpt under its 
SEDAR profile, the issuer must file it at the same time as it files the 
document containing the disclosure required under this Form. .
5.	This Instrument only applies to management information circulars and AIFs, as 
the case may be, which are filed following an issuer's financial year ending on 
or after December 31, 2016.
6.	This Instrument comes into force on December 31, 2016.
 
Treasury Board and Finance
Certificate of Revocation of Registration
(Loan and Trust Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Revocation of Registration was issued to 
Citi Trust Company Canada (La Compagnie De Fiducie Citi Canada) effective 
November 30, 2016.
James Flett, Executive Director Financial Institutions Policy.
Workers' Compensation Board
2017 Premium Rates 
Sector Index
(Workers' Compensation Act)




2017

Rate



Premium

Group
Industry

Industry Title
Rate
Notes






Sector 1 - Agriculture and Forestry
012100






01200

Beef Producers
2.97


01201

Feed Lots
2.97


01202

Livestock Auctions/Stockyards
2.97


01203

Dairy Farms
2.97


01204

Elk/Bison Producers
2.97


01205

Llama/Alpaca Producers
2.97


01206

Riding Academies/Horse Stables
2.97







014100






01400

Hog Producers
1.75


01401

Poultry/Egg Producers
1.75


01402

Goat/Sheep Producers
1.75


01403

Fishing/Fish or Fur Farms
1.75


01404

Apiaries
1.75







016100






01600

Hay/Grain/Crop Farming
2.25


01601

Harvesting/Baling - Custom
2.25


01602

Forage & Peat Moss Processing
2.25







018100






01800

Greenhouses/Market Gardens
1.70


01801

Mushroom Producers/Bait Farms
1.70


01802

Agri-Tourism Farms
1.70







041100






03100

Logging - Woodlands Operations
2.91


03902

Timber Management
2.91







Sector 2 - Mining and Petroleum Development
063201






06110

Mining and Overburden Removal
1.92


34101

Cement & Lime Mfg, Incl. Quarrying
1.92







071100






06300

Oil & Gas - Upstream
0.51
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

06305

Field Production Operators
0.51
(incl. safety assn levy)

06601

Heavy Oil/Oilsands - R & D
0.40
(ICP Participant)

51500

Pipeline Cleaning
0.40
(ICP Participant)

51501

Pipeline Transmission - Oil/Gas
0.49
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)
(ICP Participant)

73702

Land/Permit Man Services
0.40
(ICP Participant)






071200






06600

Oilsands Operations
0.43


07700

Mine/Refine - Salt
0.42
(ICP Participant)






091100






09600

Drilling - Oil/Gas Wells
2.71
(incl. safety assn levy)

09915

Well Casing Services
2.73
(incl. safety assn levy)






091101






09903

Well Servicing with Service Rigs
2.71
(incl. safety assn levy)






091200






09200

Seismic Survey
3.30
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)






091908






09911

Oilfield Downhole Services
1.30
(incl. safety assn levy)

09921

Oilfield Svces - Christmas Tree
1.30



















092101






09201

Drilling - Shot Hole
2.73
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

09904

Drilling - Rathole/Rig Anchor
2.72
(incl. safety assn levy)

42103

Drilling - Horizontal/Angular
2.55
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

42130

Drilling - Water Well/Deep Core
2.62


42150

Procuring Soil Samples
2.52
(ICP Participant)






429915






06306

Vacuum Removal - Wet/Dry Waste
2.43
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

09902

Cleaning Svces - Mobile Pressure
2.34
(ICP Participant)

09927

Mobile Oilfield Waste Treatment
2.43
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)






Sector 3 - Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging
101100






01103

Poultry Loading Services
2.94
(ICP Participant)

10100

Meat Processing
2.94
(ICP Participant)

10104

Rendering Plants
2.94
(ICP Participant)






104100






10500

Dairy / Fruit Juice Processing
1.33


13500

Vegetable Oil & Beet Sugar
1.33


37402

Medicine/Vitamins Mfg
1.33







105305






02101

Seed Cleaning Plants
1.28
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) (ICP Participant)

12301

Feed Mills
1.28
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) (ICP Participant)

12400

Flour Mills
1.30
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)

13900

Malt Mfg
1.34
(ICP Participant)






107200






12900

Bakeries/Pasta Manufacturing
1.76


13100

Food Process - Misc
1.71
(ICP Participant)

13905

Vegetables Process/Grade
1.76







111100






14100

Soft Drinks/Water/Ice - Mfg
1.68







113100






14300

Liquor/Wine - Mfg
1.14


14500

Breweries
1.14













169903






37301

Plastic Products and Metal Extrusion - 
Mfg
1.60
(ICP Participant)






249901






21300

Rope/Carpet - Mfg/Repair
0.56
(ICP Participant)

22901

Drapes/Linens - Mfg/Repair/Inst
0.57


24900

Clothing & Leather Goods
0.56
(ICP Participant)






251200






25100

Sawmills/Planing Mills
1.68


25900

Peel/Point - Posts
1.67
(ICP Participant)

25901

Treating of Timber
1.68







254902






25401

Wood Products - Mfg
2.81


42147

Finishing Carpentry
2.85
(incl. safety assn levy)






261200






26101

Furniture Manufacturing and Repair
3.15
(ICP Participant)






271100






27102

Pulp Mills
0.67







271401






27103

Panelboard - Mfg
1.62







273100






27300

Cardboard Box/Tubing/Bag - Mfg
1.63







279200






16900

Manufacturing of Rubber
0.24
(ICP Participant)

33902

Electrical Components - Mfg
0.24
(ICP Participant)

38100

Instrumentation - Mfg
0.24
(ICP Participant)

38200

Jewelry - Mfg
0.24
(ICP Participant)

38201

Lapidary Services
0.24
(ICP Participant)

39300

Sporting Equipment/Brooms - Mfg
0.24
(ICP Participant)

69903

Pottery - Mfg
0.25


89916

Taxidermists
0.24
(ICP Participant)






























281901






27402

Electronic & Photographic Printing
0.87
(ICP Participant)

28600

Printing/Book Binding
0.88


28900

Publishing
0.87
(ICP Participant)

86202

Newspaper/Flyer Distribution
0.87
(ICP Participant)






291200






29102

Foundries, Iron & Steel
3.57
(ICP Participant)

62700

Scrap/Salvage Dealers
3.57
(ICP Participant)






292100






29200

Steel Pipe Mfg
1.55


62500

Steel Svce Centre - No Salvage
1.54
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)






303900






26401

Metal Furniture Mfg
1.72
(ICP Participant)

29100

Steel Mfg - Exclude Foundries
1.75


30100

Steel/Metal Fabrication
1.84
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

30407

Coating/Heat Treating
1.72
(ICP Participant)

33606

Industrial Electric Equipment - Mfg
1.72
(ICP Participant)

89401

Welding
1.78
(incl. safety assn levy)






304900






30412

Sheet Metal Shops
1.35


30700

Heat/Cooling Equipment Mfg
1.33
(ICP Participant)

33602

Switchboard/Electrical Panel - Mfg
1.35
(ICP Participant)






308101






30403

Metal/Porcelain Prod. - Coating
1.09
(ICP Participant)

30801

Machining
1.11







351100






16901

Tires/Rubber Products - Mfg
2.09


27200

Asphalt Roofing Products - Mfg
2.09


34500

Gypsum & Clay Products - Mfg
2.00
(ICP Participant)

35401

Fibreglass Insulation - Mfg
2.00
(ICP Participant)






354900






29700

Foundry - Non Ferous
1.88


34700

Concrete Products Mfg
1.88


38500

Fibreglass/Artificial Stone Products
1.88













355100






34800

Transit Mix Operations
2.42
(incl. safety assn levy)






371100






06501

Sulphur Process
1.00
(incl. safety assn levy)

36500

Refine - Crude/Used Oil
0.97
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

36502

Oilfield and Industrial Hazardous
0.97
(incl. safety assn levy)

37801

Petrochemicals - Mfg
0.84
(ICP Participant)






397100






28603

Signs/Advertising Displays - Mfg
0.67
(ICP Participant)

39901

Picture Frame, Case, Casket - Mfg
0.68


86201

Window/Store Display Ad Services
0.67
(ICP Participant)






397101






22101

Awnings/Tents/Tarps - Mfg/Repair
1.84
(ICP Participant)

39701

Outdoor Advertising
1.84
(ICP Participant)






579900






16902

Industrial Belting - Install/Svce
0.82


62304

Compressors/Power Unit - Mfg
0.82







Sector 5 - Construction and Construction Trade Services
411901






06304

Oil Field Maint/Construction
1.45
(incl. safety assn levy)

40400

Construction - Industrial
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)

42105

Erect - Sheet/Metal Structures
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)

42106

Erect - Structural Steel
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)

42109

Heavy Machine/Equip - Install/Svce
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)

42129

Industrial Plant Maintenance
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

42156

Erect/Dismantle - Storage Tanks
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

42161

Erect - Precast Concrete
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)

42184

Mechanical Insulation - Install/Svce
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)

89928

Rent/Erect - Scaffold/Cranes
1.38
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)






411905






40405

Residential General Contractor
1.31
(incl. safety assn levy)




































421501






01904

Nurseries - Tree/Shrub
1.49
(ICP Participant)

01905

Sod Growers
1.52


02100

Landscaping
1.54
(incl. safety assn levy)

02103

Lawn Maintenance
1.49
(ICP Participant)

02105

Feed Lot/Corral Cleaning
1.49
(ICP Participant)

02200

Right-of-Way Maintenance
1.54
(incl. safety assn levy)

40602

Paving/Surfacing
1.54
(incl. safety assn levy)

40604

Mobile Equipment Operation
1.54
(incl. safety assn levy)

40901

Power Line - Construct/Remove
1.52
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

40905

Pipeline Construction
1.52
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)






422902






40401

Construction Trades Services - NEC
5.46
(incl. safety assn levy)

42143

Framing Contractor - Const.
5.46







423100






42102

Brick / Masonry Contracting
3.16
(incl. safety assn levy)

42104

Concrete Construction
3.16
(incl. safety assn levy)

42158

Refractory Linings - Sell/Install
3.11


42159

Caisson Operations
3.16
(incl. safety assn levy)      
(ICP Participant)






423300




(incl. safety assn levy)

30302

Overhead Doors - Install/Repair
2.77


42121

Doors/Windows - Mfg/Install
2.77
(ICP Participant)






423500




(incl. safety assn levy)

42118

Roofing
5.75


42151

Siding/Eavestrough - Fab./Inst.
5.75







426100






31507

Dust Suppression Systems
1.35
(ICP Participant)

31508

Overhead Cranes - Service Only
1.39
(incl. safety assn levy)

42110

Elevators/Escalators - Svce/Install
1.39
(incl. safety assn levy)

42117

Heating Systems - Fab/Install
1.39
(incl. safety assn levy)

42122

Mechanical Contracting
1.39
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

42124

Electric Wiring
1.39
(incl. safety assn levy)

42128

TV/Radio Antennae Installation
1.37


42144

Fire Sprinklers - Install/Svce
1.37
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

89600

Refrigeration Equip- Sales/Svce
1.39
(incl. safety assn levy)

89605

Service Station Equip - Sales/Svce
1.37
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)












427200






42135

Drywall/Lath/Plaster/Stucco/etc
4.60
(incl. safety assn levy)

42141

Acoustic Materials- Sell/Install
4.60







427401






42133

Cabinets/Counters - Asmb/Install
2.20
(incl. safety assn levy)






427501






42111

Painting/Decorating
3.04
(incl. safety assn levy)

42120

Sand Blasting
3.04


42139

Industrial Coating Services
3.04







427800






42113

Tile/Terrazzo - Sell/Install
3.08
(incl. safety assn levy)

42125

Floor Coverings - Sell/Install
3.08







429201






31501

Light Metal Products- Asmb/Install
0.74


35301

Monument/Tombstone Dealers
0.73
(ICP Participant)

42131

Vacuum Systems - Asmb/Install
0.73
(ICP Participant)

42160

Electronic Equipment - Sell/Svce
0.73
(ICP Participant)






429800






86911

Staffing Services - Labour
2.22
(incl. safety assn levy)






429930






40907

Test/Preserve - Power Poles
0.69
(ICP Participant)

51502

NDT Testing Incl Visual Inspect
0.78
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)
(ICP Participant)

51503

Oil/Gas Meters - Inspect/Test
0.66
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) (ICP Participant)

51504

Cathodic Protection Service
0.68
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)

51506

Quality Control Svces - Construct
0.70


86403
*
Research/Material Testing Labs
0.69
(ICP Participant)

86413

Test - Heat/Air Condition Systems
0.69
(ICP Participant)

86922
*
Inspection Services- Visual, NEC
0.70







775909






86401

Survey - Land/General
0.79
(ICP Participant)
























Sector 6 - Transportation, Communication and Utilities
451100






50100

Air Svce - Scheduled Commercial
1.10
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)

50104

Air Service - Regular & Charter
1.09
(ICP Participant)

50107

Helicopter Service
1.09
(ICP Participant)

50200

Aircraft - Ground Support Svces
1.10


50203

Flight Operations - Miscellaneous
1.09
(ICP Participant)






453100






50607

Railway Transportation Service 
0.83
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)
(ICP Participant)






456100






42155

Move Buildings
2.75
(incl. safety assn levy)

50701

Trucking - Specialized
2.61
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) (ICP Participant)

50720

Trucking Service - Oilfield
2.70
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)
(ICP Participant)






456102






50714

Trucking Service - General
3.78
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) 
(ICP Participant)






457200






50800

Bus Lines
1.94
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)
(ICP Participant)

50802

Bus Depots
2.01
(ICP Participant)

51200

Taxi Cabs/Limousine Service
2.01
(ICP Participant)






457300






50801

Bus - School
2.11
(ICP Participant)






479901






51705

Packing/Crating - Custom
2.08
(ICP Participant)

52700

Warehousing - Public
2.14







481300






54300

Radio/TV Stations
0.70
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)  (ICP Participant)

85100

Movie Theatres
0.74
(ICP Participant)

85907

Film Production Including Performers
0.76


85918

Live Theaters/Ballet
0.74
(ICP Participant)

85934

Alliance Theatre Trust Funds
0.76

482102






54301

Closed Circuit TV/Cablevision
0.39
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)

54501

Telecommunication Systems
0.38
(ICP Participant)






491100






57400

Utilities - Electric & Natural Gas
0.60
(ICP Participant)






499900






27400

Recycle/Salvage/Reclaim - Waste
2.81
(ICP Participant)

57901

Garbage Collection/Disposal
2.96
(incl. safety assn levy)

65402

Towing Auto Vehicles
2.81
(ICP Participant)






Sector 8 - Wholesale and Retail
563100






25403

Home Improvement Centres
1.82


62908

Garden Supply Centre
1.78
(ICP Participant)






571100






62200

Farm Implement Dealers
1.04
(ICP Participant)






571105






62302

Machinery/Equip NEC - Sales/Svce
0.74
(incl. safety assn levy)
(ICP Participant)

86905

Safety Equipment - Sale/Rental
0.73
(ICP Participant)






572100






62201

Mobile Equipment Dealers
1.16
(ICP Participant)






572102






89910

Industrial/Oilfield Equip - Rent
0.78







572203






37902

Chemical Products - Pckg/Dist
0.44
(ICP Participant)

62303

Industrial Supply Stores
0.44
(ICP Participant)






601100






63100

Food/Convenience Stores
1.37


63103

Home Provisioner/Butcher Shops
1.37


63105

Liquor/Wine/Beer Sales Outlets
1.37


65406

Gas Bars/Car Wash, Retail 
1.37


69916

Wholesale Food Distribution
1.37



















614101






62903

Sales Operations, NEC
0.43
(ICP Participant)

66900

Clothing and Shoe Stores
0.44


68100

Drug Stores
0.44


69904

Retail Specialty Stores
0.44


89100

Travelling Sales/Mfg Agents
0.44







621102






33901

Medical Equipment - Sales/Svce
0.21
(ICP Participant)

62300

Office Equipment - Sales/Svce
0.21
(ICP Participant)

67602

Entertainment Equip - Sales/Svce
0.22







631100






65600

Auto Dealers
0.98
(ICP Participant)






632901






69912

Trailers - Sales/Rental with Svce
1.00
(ICP Participant)

69915

Sport Vehicles - Sale/Svce
1.02


89922

Industrial Camp Trailers - Rental
1.02







633104






60800

Bulk Petroleum Dealers
1.59


69300

Propane Dealers
1.59







635100






65400

Service Stations
1.61
(ICP Participant)

65808

General Automotive Repairs
1.63







635200






65800

Automobile Body Repairs
1.54
(ICP Participant)






641100






64200

Department/General Stores
1.25


67300

Hardware/Auto Parts Stores/etc
1.21
(ICP Participant)

67601

Furniture Stores
1.21
(ICP Participant)

67604

Appliances - Sale & Svce
1.21
(ICP Participant)

69200

Florists, Wholesale and Retail
1.21
(ICP Participant)

69901

Auctions - NEC
1.21
(ICP Participant)

69914

Pet/Seed/Feed Stores
1.21
(ICP Participant)

86909

Inventory Services
1.25


89908

Small Equipment/Appliances
1.25







661100






62900

Wholesaling - NEC
0.78

671100






52400

Grain/Seed Handling Operations
0.65
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)






Sector 10 - Municipal Government, Education and Health Services
835104






57601

Irrigation/Drainage District
1.24


57602

Water Treatment/Distribution
1.24


82712
*
Fire Protection Co-operatives
1.23
(ICP Participant)

95102

Municipal Districts
1.26
(incl. safety assn levy)      
(ICP Participant)






835105






95105
*
First Nations Operations
1.17
(exempt from WH&S 
levy)

95108

Operate - Metis Settlements
1.23







835106






95100

Villages
1.30
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(ICP Participant)

95101

Towns
1.30
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(ICP Participant)

95104

Cities
1.30
(incl. safety assn levy) 
(ICP Participant)






851109






80102

School Boards
0.73


80105

Schools - Independent
0.72
(ICP Participant)

80106

Kindergartens
0.73


89923

Schools - Driving/Testing
0.72
(ICP Participant)






853100






80103

Colleges
0.28
(ICP Participant)

80301

Specialty Schools
0.27
(ICP Participant)

80311

Institutes of Technology
0.27
(ICP Participant)

80500

Universities
0.27
(ICP Participant)

80700

Library Boards
0.27
(ICP Participant)

80701

Museums & Art Galleries
0.27
(ICP Participant)

86927

Safety/First Aid Training
0.28







861100






82100

Health Care Services - Alberta
0.76
(ICP Participant)

82705

Health Care Services - Covenant
0.82
(ICP Participant)

82710

Health Care Services - Other
0.84

























862100






82704

Home Support Services
1.52


82800

Seniors' Supportive Living/Lodges
1.59
(incl. safety assn levy)

82808

Continuing Care Facilities
1.59
(incl. safety assn levy)






864100






82801

Day Homes/Day Care Centres
0.75


82812

Play Schools
0.74
(ICP Participant)






864700






82806
*
Rehabilitation Svces for Disabled
1.29







864900






85909

Friendship/Cultural Centres
0.88
(ICP Participant)

89925
*
Social/Community Support Svce
0.88
(ICP Participant)






Sector 11 - Provincial Government
820000






93200

AGPS
0.53







Sector 12 - Business, Personal, and Professional Services
759900






87500

Manufactured Home Parks
0.98
(ICP Participant)

89702

Property Management/Hostels
0.99







771201






52705

Document Storage/Exchange
0.20


70200
*
Banks/Financial Services
0.18
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) (ICP Participant)

73500
*
Real Estate Dealers/Land Develop
0.19
(ICP Participant)

73501
*
Insurance Companies
0.19
(ICP Participant)

85925
+
Travel Agency/Motor Association
0.19
(ICP Participant)

86200
*
Advertising Agencies
0.19
(ICP Participant)

86600
*
Legal Services
0.20


86901
+
Business Services
0.20


86902
*
Consultant - Management
0.20


86906

Staffing Svcs - Clerical/Professional
0.20


86920

Personnel Recruitment Agencies
0.19
(ICP Participant)

86921
*
Administer Out of Province Ops
0.20


89101
*
Professional/Trade/Charitable
0.19
(ICP Participant)

93109

Boards, Agencies, Comm (compul)
0.19
(ICP Participant)

93113
*
Boards, Agencies, Comm (B/A)
0.20
(ICP Participant)


















775200






09900

Mud Logging Services
0.25
(incl. safety assn levy)

86400

Engineering
0.15


86405

Geophysical Surveys Excl Seismic
0.13
(ICP Participant)

86408

Waterfowl Preservation
0.13
(ICP Participant)

86410

Map Making
0.13
(ICP Participant)

86414
*
Geological and Environmental
0.13
(ICP Participant)

86913
*
Architects, Drafting and Design
0.13
(ICP Participant)

89927

Survey - Archaeological
0.13
(ICP Participant)






779104






89902

Security Services/Industrial Patrols
1.34
(exempt from WH&S 
levy) (ICP Participant)

89913

Commissionaires and Armoured Car
1.41
(ICP Participant)

89924

Investigative Services
1.38
(ICP Participant)






863500






02104

Animal Health Services
0.36
(ICP Participant)

82500
*
Private Medical/Physiotherapy
0.37


82700

Manufacturing of Health Related
0.36
(ICP Participant)

82701
*
Health/Allied Service - Misc
0.36
(ICP Participant)






921401






87505

Catering - Industrial Camps
1.79
(ICP Participant)






965301






85900
*
Golf Clubs/Ranges
0.81
(ICP Participant)

85904

Ski Resorts/Gondolas
0.82


87501

Restaurants and Catering
0.82


87503

Hotels/Convention Centres
0.86
(incl. safety assn levy)

87600

Outdoor Sports and Recreation
0.82


87603

Youth/Religious Camps
0.81
(ICP Participant)














































































969905






02116

Animal Shelters/Pounds
1.18
(ICP Participant)

02117
*
Kennels/Pet Grooming
1.19


51701

Parking Facilities/Storage Garages
1.19


80703
+
Zoos/Game Farms
1.18
(ICP Participant)

85300
*
Bowling Alleys/Billiard Parlours
1.18
(ICP Participant)

85901
*
Skating/Curling Rinks, Comm Assn
1.18
(ICP Participant)

85916

Casinos/Dance Halls
1.19


85919

Arenas/Stadiums - Operation of
1.19


85922

Arcades
1.18
(ICP Participant)

87508
*
Private Clubs
1.18
(ICP Participant)

89901

Exhibition Associations
1.18
(ICP Participant)

89907

Tennis & Squash Facilities
1.19







971300






87200

Beauty/Barber Shops and Schools
0.50







972101






87400

Laundries - Commercial
1.92


87401

Dry Cleaners
1.85
(ICP Participant)

87402

Laundromats - Coin Operated
1.85
(ICP Participant)






981102






83100
*
Churches/Religious Orders
0.49
(ICP Participant)

87700

Funeral Services and Cemeteries
0.49
(ICP Participant)






995302






87300
*
Domestic Help - Homeowner Only
1.25


89701

Janitorial and Maid Services
1.25


89703

Exterior High Rise Window Cleaning
1.25


89704

Fumigating
1.25


89705

Furnace Cleaning Services
1.24
(ICP Participant)

ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 808737 
Alberta Ltd. on November 10, 2016.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on November 10, 2016.
Leonard M. Zenith, Solicitor.
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 1444467 
Alberta Inc. on December 15, 2016.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on December 15, 2016.
Aron R. Balakrishnan, Barrister & Solicitor.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Focus 
Equities Alberta Inc. on December 15, 2016.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on December 15, 2016.
Aron R. Balakrishnan, Barrister & Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Starland County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Starland County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Starland County 
Administration Office, Morrin, Alberta, on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, at 2:00 
p.m., the following lands:
C of T
Plan
Block
Lot
Acres
111 200 262
2975AH
2
13
N/A
061 285 547
0410696
1
1
8.19 Acres More or Less
The parcels will be offered for sale subject to reserve bids, and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificates of titles.
The properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and Starland 
County makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of service, soil conditions, land use districting, building and environmental 
contamination, or the ability to develop the subject lands for any intended use of 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 County. No further information is available at the auction 
regarding the land to be sold.
Terms: Cash
The above properties may be subject to G.S.T.
Starland County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Morrin, Alberta, December 5, 2016.
Ross D. Rawlusyk, C.L.G.M., Chief Administrative Officer.
_______________
Summer Village of Silver Sands
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Summer Village of Silver Sands will offer for sale, by public auction, at the 
Municipal Office located at 4808-51 Street in Onoway, Alberta, on Tuesday, 
February 28th , 2017, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll #
Title #
9
6
074 0530
1368
112 072 511
This parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid, and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
Terms: Cash, Certified Cheque or Bank Draft. 10% non-refundable deposit on the day 
of the sale and balance due within 72 hours of the Public Auction.
The Summer Village of Silver Sands may, after the public auction, become the owner 
of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at the Town of Onoway, Alberta, December 3, 2016.
Wendy Wildman, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Mundare
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Mundare will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
5128-50 Street, Mundare, Alberta, on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., 
the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Linc Number
12
55
392BF
0020549599
02
55
0628190
0032136632
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.
Each parcel is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Mundare 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 parcels for any intended use by the purchaser.
The Town of Mundare may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque, a 10% deposit with the balance due within 20 days 
of the date of the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Mundare, Alberta, December 15, 2016.
Colin Zyla, C.A.O.
______________
Town of Vegreville
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Vegreville will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town 
Administration Building, 4829 - 50th Street, Vegreville, Alberta, on Wednesday, 
February 22, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Certificate of Title
11
51
5732KS
112 185 348
3
11
RN80
142 137 509
1
13
RN80
132 126 873
4
23
RN80
142 137 508
11
23
RN80
212 L 238
25-26
46
2706P
112 053 215
15
1
1966AB
132 174 710+1
37
61
752-1563
022 236 382
16
65
782-3432
972 082 199
1
L
872-0487
072 410 895
40
52
102-2602
102 131 667
41
52
102-2602
102 131 667+1
42
52
102-2602
102 131 667+2
43
52
102-2602
102 131 667+3
44
52
102-2602
102 131 667+4
45
52
102-2602
102 131 667+5
46
52
102-2602
102 131 667+6
47
52
102-2602
102 131 667+7
48
52
102-2602
102 131 667+8
49
52
102-2602
102 131 667+9
1
56
102-2602
102 131 667+12
14
56
102-2602
102 131 667+13
30
55
102-2602
102 131 667+11
86
54
102-2602
102 131 667+10
2
1
072-3298
072 657 723
The parcels will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an 'as is", "where is" basis, and the Town of 
Vegreville makes no representation and gives no warranty, whatsoever, as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land-use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the develop 
ability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The Town of Vegreville may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Vegreville, Alberta, December 5, 2016.
Cliff Craig, CLGM, Town Manager.






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