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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 113	Edmonton, Tuesday, February 28, 2017	No. 04
APPOINTMENTS
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
February 28, 2017 
Honourable Judge Douglas Gordon Rae
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 020/2017
(Alberta Land Stewardship Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	January 20, 2017
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, effective February 16, 2017, amends the 
South Saskatchewan Regional Plan, in the Appendix to Order in Council 
numbered O.C. 294/2014, in accordance with the attached Appendix.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
APPENDIX
Alberta Land Stewardship Act
AMENDMENTS TO THE SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN REGIONAL PLAN  
1	All references to "Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource 
Development", "Environment and Sustainable Resource Development" and 
"ESRD" in the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan are struck out, and 
"Alberta Environment and Parks" is substituted. 
2	The Table of Contents are struck out and the "Table of Contents" as shown 
in Schedule A to this Appendix is substituted. 
3	Page 6 is amended by adding the following after the fourth paragraph: 
"Alberta acknowledges that some First Nations in the province have outstanding 
claims for additional Indian reserve land, under a Treaty Land Entitlement 
process. Alberta's provision of land to the federal government for this purpose is 
consistent with the regional plan, though it may result in discrepancies from what 
the regional plan otherwise provides at that location."
4	Page 19, in the fourth paragraph, is amended by adding the following after 
"Crown of the Continent and Cypress Hills and Writing-on-Stone Provincial 
Parks.":
	"The Castle area within Southwest Alberta has been identified as an emerging 
tourism destination for Alberta with the potential for growth."
5	Page 19 is further amended by adding the following in the right margin of 
the page: 
"The Castle area has been identified as an area with significant and attractive 
natural features that could provide unique and authentic tourism experiences. 
Development of commercial tourism and recreation around these tourism 
experiences can enhance visitation and drive visitor economy. The growth of 
tourism in the region can support economic diversification by making local 
economies less reliant on traditional resource-based industries and supporting 
growth in other sectors such as transportation, retailing, construction and 
agriculture. Tourism can also generate demand for more businesses to provide 
goods and services, creating employment, attracting investment and contributing 
to government revenues."
6	Page 32 is amended by striking out the following:
"Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting
In order to understand the effectiveness of Alberta's environmental management 
tools, the region's air, water, land and biodiversity conditions are monitored, 
evaluated and reported on. Responding to the need for more rigorous 
environmental monitoring, the Government of Alberta has established the 
Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency 
(AEMERA), an arm's-length organization, to oversee environmental monitoring 
across the province. Its centrally coordinated system will integrate the 
monitoring, evaluation and reporting of air, land, water and biodiversity. 
Specifically, AEMERA will provide monitoring reports and evaluation of 
ambient environmental conditions to the Minister of Environment and 
Sustainable Resource Development in relation to thresholds in air, water and 
biodiversity management frameworks established in the Implementation Plan."
7	Page 51 is amended by adding the following after Strategy 1.22: 
	"1.23 Develop a regional tourism strategy that will identify strategic actions that 
the Government of Alberta can undertake in order to support the development of 
the Castle area as a successful tourism destination."
8	Page 60 is amended by striking out the text and map under "Map 5: 
Biodiversity Values" and substituting the text and map under "Map 5:  
Biodiversity Values" as shown in Schedule B to this Appendix.
9	Page 61, in the third paragraph, is amended by striking out ", the Castle 
Access Management Plan (1992)". 
10	Page 63÷ in the second paragraph under the heading "Conservation Areas", 
is amended by striking out "(101,869 ha)" and substituting "(105,179 ha)". 
11	Page 65, in the fourth paragraph, is amended by striking out "- SSRP Land 
Uses" and substituting "and Appendix M". 
12	Page 71, Strategy 3.11, is amended by striking out "SSRP Land Uses" and 
substituting "Conservation, Recreation and Park Areas Regulated under the 
SSRP". 
13	Strategy 3.11.1 is added after strategy 3.11 on page 71:
"3.11.1 	Manage the Castle area for future generations, protect the 
headwaters, support the continued practice of traditional land uses, 
such as the exercise of treaty rights, and provide outdoor 
recreational opportunities.  Commercial forest harvesting is not 
permitted however activities related to forest management such as 
wildfire, insect and disease control, as well as personal use tree 
cutting permits are permitted. Existing petroleum and natural gas 
tenure will be honoured.  Freehold mineral rights will be 
honoured.
a) Manage the Castle Wildland Provincial Park for conservation 
while providing low-impact backcountry outdoor recreation 
opportunities and nature-based tourism products and services.
b) Manage the Castle Provincial Park for conservation with 
appropriate nature-based tourism and outdoor recreation 
opportunities, which may include trails, staging areas, 
campgrounds, and other tourism-based activities and 
infrastructure."
14	Page 71 is further amended by striking out the Table entitled "New and 
Expanded Conservation Areas" and substituting:
 
"New and expanded conservation areas held under this regional plan are subject to the 
Regulatory Details until the conservation area is designated under the Provincial 
Parks Act (or the Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and Heritage 
Rangelands Act) by Order in Council. For the new and expanded conservation areas 
listed above, land use will be managed by the terms listed in the Regulatory Details 
until such time as these lands are designated under the Act, after which the regional 
plan will be amended to reflect this change."
15	Page 71 further amended by inserting the following in the right margin of 
the page, adjacent to section 3.11.1:
 
16 	Page 72, Strategy 3.12 is amended by striking out "- SSRP Land Uses" and 
substituting "and Appendix M".
17	Page 92, in the fifth paragraph, is amended by striking out "- SSRP Land 
Uses" and substituting "and Appendix M".
18	Page 93, in the fifth paragraph, is amended by striking out "- SSRP Land 
Uses" and substituting "and Appendix M".
19	Page 95, the first paragraph, is amended by striking out "There are two 
existing access management plans in place that manage motorized recreational 
activities and numerous areas with designated trail systems as outlined in the 
Ghost-Waiparous Operational Access Management Plan (2005), and the Castle 
Special Management Area Access Management Plan for Motorized Recreational 
Access(1992), as well as the trail systems identified in the Kananaskis Country 
Public Land Use Zone and related Public Land Use Zone maps." and 
substituting "There is an existing access management plan in place for the Ghost 
Public Land Use Zone (the Ghost-Waiparous Operational Access Management 
Plan (2005)) which manages motorized recreational activities in numerous areas 
with designated trail systems.  As well, there are trail systems identified in the 
Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone and related Public Land Use Zone 
maps."
20	Page 96 is amended by striking out "Castle," from the Table.
21	Page 97, the Table with the heading "Area Name", is amended by striking 
out "Lynx Creek Flats" and "Upper Castle Flats".	
22	Page 97, Strategy 6.12,  is amended by striking out "- SSRP Land Uses" and 
substituting ", Appendix M" and by inserting "outdoor" after "growing".
23	Page 97 is further amended by striking out the Table entitled "New and 
Expanded Recreation and Parks Areas" and substituting the following:
 
	"New and expanded recreation and parks areas held under this regional plan are 
subject to the Regulatory Details until the conservation area is designated under 
the Provincial Parks Act (or the Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural 
Areas and Heritage Rangelands Act) by Order in Council. For the new and 
expanded recreation and parks areas listed above, land use will be managed by 
the terms listed in the Regulatory Details until such time as these lands are 
designated under the Act, after which the regional plan will be amended to reflect 
this change."
24	Page 98, Section 6.14, is amended by striking out "- SSRP Land Uses) to 
ensure quality outdoor recreation and nature-based tourism experiences while 
minimizing environmental impacts" and substituting "and Appendix M) to 
ensure quality outdoor recreation activities and nature-based tourism 
opportunities and experiences while minimizing environmental impacts.".
 
25	Page 110 is amended by inserting the following after section 8.33:
"Non-renewable Resources
Municipalities are expected to:
8.33.1 Collaborate with industry, the provincial government and other 
stakeholders to identify areas of existing and future extraction of energy 
resources and surface materials such as sand and gravel, and determine 
appropriate land uses in the vicinity of these resources.
8.33.2 Utilize or incorporate measures, which minimize or mitigate possible 
negative impacts, and minimize risks to health, safety and property.
These policies ensure risks and impacts to health, safety and property will be 
minimized and at the same time to allow non-renewable resources be accessible 
for development."
26	Page 118 is amended by striking out "Castle" from the column titled 
"Strategies" in the Table. 
27	Page 129 is amended by striking out the text and map under "Map 8: 
Tourism Destination Areas" and substituting the text and map under "Map 8: 
Tourism Destination Areas" as shown on Schedule C to this Appendix. 
28	Page 130, the fifth paragraph, is amended by striking out "the Alberta 
Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency," and by striking out "finer 
scale".
29	Page 132, the second paragraph, is amended by striking out:"There are two 
existing access management plans in place that manage motorized recreational 
activities and numerous areas with designated trail systems as outlined in the 
Ghost-Waiparous Operational Access Management Plan (2005), and the Castle 
Special Management Area Access Management Plan for Motorized Recreational 
Access(1992),  as well as the trail systems identified in the Kananaskis Country 
Public Land Use Zone and related Public Land Use Zone trail maps." and 
substituting:  "There is an existing access management plan in place for the 
Ghost Public Land Use Zone (the Ghost-Waiparous Operational Access 
Management Plan (2005)) which manages motorized recreational activities in 
numerous areas with designated trail systems.  As well, there are trail systems 
identified in The Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone and related Public 
Land Use Zone maps."  
30	Page 134, the Table, under the heading "Recreation Management 
Planning", is amended by striking out "Castle and".
31	Page 138 is amended by striking out the text and map under "Map 9: Priority 
Subregional Planning Areas" and substituting the text and map under "Map 9: 
Priority Subregional Planning Areas" as shown in Schedule D to this 
Appendix. 
32 	Page 139 is amended by striking out the text and map under "Map 10: Public 
Land Recreation Areas Under Consideration" and substituting the text and 
map under "Map 10: Public Land Recreation Areas Under Consideration" as 
shown in Schedule E to this Appendix. 
33	Page 140, the text under "Appendix F: Conservation Areas" is amended by 
striking out: 
"Castle Area 
With an approximate area of 170,000 hectares, the Castle area borders Waterton 
Lakes National Park and is located within the Crown of the Continent (the area 
of the Rocky Mountains where Alberta, British Columbia and Montana meet).  
This unique ecosystem is internationally recognized for its biodiversity and 
landscape form. Known for its scenic beauty and natural diversity, the Castle 
area includes mountains, foothills and prairie landscapes and is home to rare 
plant communities and wildlife. The headwaters of the Oldman River basin are 
located within the Castle area contributing one third of all water in the Oldman 
watershed and providing other benefits including natural mitigation of flooding 
and drought conditions. 
With its numerous archeological, historical and First Nations traditional use sites, 
the Castle area also has cultural and historical significance for First Nations and 
all Albertans. These cultural and historic values and diversity of environmental 
settings provide the Castle area with many opportunities for land and water based 
recreation. Hunting and fishing are popular pursuits in the area as well as 
camping, hiking, off-highway vehicle use, horseback riding and cross-country 
skiing. 
In recognition of the importance of this area, a wildland provincial park will be 
established. It will include lands in the prime protection zone under the Eastern 
Slopes Policy (1984) and will also extend into adjacent lower valley areas as 
shown (see Map 11). This will protect the integrity of this significant area's 
headwaters, biodiversity and landscapes through the use of a designation under 
legislation. It also secures an important connection between the Alberta 
provincial parks system to the north, the British Columbia parks system to the 
west and Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park to the south. 
The Castle Wildland Provincial Park will be managed to provide low-impact 
backcountry recreation opportunities and nature-based tourism products and 
services. Recreational leases will be considered based on the management intent 
of conservation areas and existing recreational leases will be honoured (see 
Appendix L - SSRP Land Uses).
Additionally, the existing Castle Special Management Area that extends beyond 
the wildland provincial park remains in place. An access management plan for 
the Castle was developed and put in place in 1992. The purpose of the access 
management plan was to address and provide operational level direction for 
recreational use of on and off-highway vehicles in the Castle River area. The 
Castle Special Management Area was established in 1998 in order to better 
manage motorized access and to protect ecologically sensitive backcountry areas 
from adverse effects. Permitted uses include off-highway vehicle and snow 
mobile use in certain locations and on designated trail systems. Random 
camping, hiking, horseback riding and cross-country skiing are also permitted 
uses in the area." 
and substituting: 
"Castle area 
With an approximate area of 170,000 hectares, the Castle area borders Waterton 
Lakes National Park and is located within the Crown of the Continent (the area 
of the Rocky Mountains where Alberta, British Columbia and Montana meet). 
This unique ecosystem is internationally recognized for its biodiversity and 
landscape form. Known for its scenic beauty and natural diversity, the Castle 
area includes mountains, foothills and prairie landscapes and is home to rare 
plant communities and wildlife. The headwaters of the Oldman River basin are 
located within the Castle area contributing one third of all water in the Oldman 
watershed and providing other benefits including natural mitigation of flooding 
and drought conditions.
With its numerous archeological, historical and First Nations traditional use sites, 
the Castle area also has cultural and historical significance for First Nations and 
all Albertans. These important cultural and historic values and diversity of 
environmental settings provide the Castle area with many opportunities for land 
and water based recreation. Hunting and fishing are popular pursuits in the area 
as well as camping, hiking, off-highway vehicle use, horseback riding and cross-
country skiing.
In recognition of its importance, the Castle area is protected using a mix of 
Wildland Provincial Park and Provincial Park designations under the Provincial 
Parks Act. The existing public land lease area and private lands at the end of 
Highway 774 have not been included (see Schedule C: South Saskatchewan 
Regional Plan Map). Combined, this approach helps support conservation and 
connectivity of landscapes for species at risk such as wolverine, grizzly bear, 
limber pine and whitebark pine, and also includes important fish habitat for the 
westslope cutthroat trout and other fish species.  It also ensures the integrity of 
this significant area's headwaters, protects and enhances biodiversity and 
landscapes for future generations and supports the continued practice of 
traditional activities by First Nations. Protection of the Castle area also supports 
continued opportunities for a diversified economy through outdoor recreation 
and tourism development. A Castle Region Tourism Strategy will be developed 
to provide recommendations on how government can develop a stronger and 
more dynamic tourism industry in the region.  Protection of the Castle area also 
maintains landscape connectivity between the Alberta provincial parks system to 
the north, the British Columbia parks system to the west and Waterton-Glacier 
International Peace Park to the south.
The management intent for the Castle Wildland Provincial Park is 
conservation while providing low-impact backcountry outdoor recreation 
opportunities and nature-based tourism products and services.  The management 
intent for the Castle Provincial Park is conservation while providing for 
appropriate nature-based tourism and outdoor recreation opportunities, which 
may include trail, staging area, campgrounds, and other tourism-based activities 
and infrastructure. Specific trail and infrastructure developments will be 
determined through the parks management planning process and will support the 
outdoor recreation, conservation, nature-based tourism, and education mandates 
of the Parks system.
A park management plan will be developed to provide direction for both the 
Provincial Park and Wildland Provincial Park. The plan will contain information 
on environmental, social and economic values and provide clear and concise 
development and management direction for the parks.  Once approved, the plan 
will guide management for the Castle Wildland Provincial Park and the Castle 
Provincial Park for ten years, unless significant policy or legislative changes 
requires an earlier review.
Both the Castle Provincial Park and the Castle Wildland Provincial Park will be 
managed for conservation. The land disturbance associated with petroleum and 
natural gas, mining, cultivated agriculture and commercial forestry operations are 
generally not considered compatible with the management intent of conservation 
areas. Existing grazing activities will continue.  Existing petroleum and natural 
gas agreements will be honoured and new agreements will be sold with a 'no 
surface access' restriction - See Note 1 of Appendix M for more information. 
Freehold rights within the Castle Parks will be honoured."
34	Page 142 is amended by striking out the text and map under "Map 11: Castle 
Wildland Provincial Park" and substituting the text and map under "Map 11: 
Castle Wildland Provincial Park and Castle Provincial Park" as shown in 
Schedule F to this Appendix. 
35	Page 143 is amended by striking out the text and map under "Map 12: 
Pekisko Heritage Rangeland and Special Management Area" and substituting 
the text and map under "Map 12: Pekisko Heritage Rangeland and Special 
Management Area" as shown in Schedule G to this Appendix.  
36	Page 145 is amended by inserting  "been completed" after "assessment".
In the Regulatory Details,
37	Section 1(2)(b) is amended by striking out "dated July 2014" and substituting 
"dated January 2017".
38	Section 6(1) is amended by striking out "12(b) and (c), 29, 33, 37(b) and (c), 
56 and 59" and substituting "12(b), 29, 33, 37(b) and (c), 54 and 59".
39	Section 16 is amended by striking out "H" and substituting "G".
40	Section 17 is amended by striking out "G" and substituting "F". 
41	Section 18(1) is amended by striking out "(e) "E", known as Bob Creek 
Wildland Provincial Park, (f) "F", known as Livingstone Range Wildland 
Provincial Park, and" "(g) "G", known as "Castle Wildland Provincial Park" and 
substituting "(e) "E", known as Bob Creek Wildland Provincial Park, and (f) 
"F", known as Livingstone Range Wildland Provincial Park.". 
42	Section 18.1 and Section 18.2 are added after section 18:
18.1 	Notwithstanding section 18(1), the Minister responsible for the Public 
Lands Act may grant or renew a disposition referred to in subsection 18(1), 
if the disposition is necessary to ensure the safety of the public.   
18.2	Notwithstanding section 18(1), or any other regulation, the Minister 
responsible for the Provincial Parks Act may grant or renew authority to 
construct and maintain an access road, in the following wildland provincial 
parks, if the access road is necessary to ensure the safety of the public:
	(a)	Beehive Wildland Provincial Park, 
	(b)	Blue Rock Wildland Provincial Park,
	(c)	Bob Creek Wildland Provincial Park,
	(d)	Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park,
	(e)	Castle Wildland Provincial Park,
	(f)	Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park,
	(g)	Elbow Sheep Wildland Provincial Park,
	(h)	High Rock Wildland Provincial Park,
	(i) 	Livingstone Range Wildland Provincial Park, and
	(j)	Mount Livingstone Wildland Provincial Park.
43	Section 21 is amended by striking out "(g)" and substituting "(f)".
44	Section 23 is amended by striking out "H" and substituting "G". 
45	Section 24 is amended by striking out "H" and substituting "G".
46	Section 25 is amended by striking out "H" and substituting "G".
47	Section 26 is amended by striking out "H" and substituting "G".
48 	Section 27 is amended by striking out "H" and substituting "G".
49 	Section 41 is amended
	(a) in subsection 41(a) by striking out "5" and substituting "4". 
	(b) in subsection 41(b) by striking out "6", "7" and "8" and substituting 
"5", "6" and "7". 
50	Section 43(1) is amended by repealing clauses (c), (d) and (e) and 
substituting the following: 
	(c)	"3" known as Chinook Provincial Park, and
	(d)	"4" known as Cypress Hills Provincial Park. 
51	Sections 43.1 is added after section 43
	Castle Provincial Park
	43.1(1) In respect of lands shown on the SSRP Map as Map Area 7, known 
as the Castle Provincial Park, the Minister responsible for the 
Forests Act shall not grant or renew any authority to harvest 
timber. 
		(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Minister responsible for the 
Forests Act may grant or renew authority to remove timber for the 
purposes of the management of wildfire, insect and disease control. 
52	Page 188, Appendix L: SSRP Land Uses is amended by repealing "Appendix 
L: SSRP Land Uses" and substituting "Appendix L: New and expanded 
Conservation, Recreation and Park Areas regulated under the SSRP" shown in 
Schedule H to this Appendix. 
53	"Appendix M: Conservation, Recreation and Parks Areas regulated under Parks 
Legislation" as shown in Schedule I to this Appendix is added after 
"Appendix L: New and expanded Conservation, Recreation and Park Areas 
regulated under the SSRP". 
54	Schedule C: South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Map is amended by striking 
out the map and text under  "Schedule C: South Saskatchewan Regional Plan 
Map" and substituting the map and text under "Schedule C: South 
Saskatchewan Regional Plan Map" as shown in Schedule J to this Appendix. 
55	Page 197, the General Note to Schedule L: SSRP Land Uses, is amended by 
striking out the following: 
	"Regulatory Details contain legally binding provisions regarding land use 
requirements for areas in Appendix L - SSRP Land Uses. In the event of a 
conflict between Regulatory Details and Appendix L - SSRP Land Uses, the 
Regulatory Details shall prevail. 
	In the event of a conflict between Appendix L - SSRP Land Uses and the 
existing management plan or otherwise applicable regulations under other 
enactments for the area, the existing management plan or otherwise applicable 
regulations under other enactments for the area shall prevail. 
	For greater clarity, activities identified in Appendix L or Appendix M as 
permitted uses may require statutory consents in accordance with existing 
provincial laws governing such activities."
	and substituting the following:
	"The Regulatory Details contain legally binding provisions regarding land use 
requirements for areas in Appendix L - New and expanded Conservation, 
Recreation and Park Areas regulated under the SSRP. In the event of a conflict 
between the Regulatory Details and Appendix L, the Regulatory Details shall 
prevail. 
	In the event of a conflict between Appendix M - Conservation, Recreation and 
Parks Areas regulated under Parks Legislation and the existing management plan 
or otherwise applicable regulations under other enactments for the area, the 
existing management plan or otherwise applicable regulations under other 
enactments for the area shall prevail. 
	For greater clarity, activities identified in Appendix L or Appendix M as 
permitted uses may require statutory consents in accordance with existing 
provincial laws governing such activities."
56	Page 198, Note 5, is amended by striking out "Note 5" and substituting "Note 
4" and by striking out ". There are three exceptions to this general rule:" and 
substituting ", subject to the following exceptions:" and by striking out "4) 
Cabinet has designated and approved a Multi-Use Corridor." and substituting 
"4) Cabinet has designated and approved a Multi-Use Corridor; or 5) Linear 
infrastructure is necessary for public safety purposes."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Forestry
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0018 401 703
N.E. 35-11-17-W4M
911 229 894
0022 369 516
S.E. 2-12-17-W4M
931 201 159 +5
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
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 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 deleted from the irrigation district and the 
notation removed from the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0017 349 184
4;15;9;27;SW
161 140 504
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.
_______________
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
0035 721 844
4;25;22;21; NW
131 183 575
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
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending December 31, 2016
Function: Meeting with the Montana State Government Delegation 
Purpose: Hosted a meeting with the delegation from the Montana State Government 
visiting Alberta to discuss energy policy. 
Amount: $704.85 
Date: October 21, 2016 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Visit by Mexican Ministry of Energy delegation to Shell Quest project in 
Alberta 
Purpose: Provide ground transportation to Mexican Ministry of Energy delegation 
visiting the Shell Quest Carbon Capture and Storage project in Alberta. 
Amount: $935.00 
Date: October 24, 2016 
Location: Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Pembina Glauconitic 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on November 1, 2016.
 
  
 
 
 
 
Infrastructure
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period October 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016
Name: Government Procurement Policy Review - stakeholder session 
Date(s): 24-Oct-16 
Amount: $1,905.93 
Purpose: External stakeholder engagement - initialization meeting 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Justice and Solicitor General
Cancellation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
Medicine Hat Police Service 
Clarke, Kinsi Armeita Michelle
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Edmonton Police Service 
Hurry, Lacey Megan
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Ryan, Kristen Hannah
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
Canadian Forces, Edmonton - Military Police 
Eves, Jeffrey Arthur
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Edmonton Police Service 
Yuskow, Lacey Megan 
SURNAME CHANGE: from Hurry to Yuskow
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Lethbridge Regional Police Service 
Smith, Teran Robert 
Stewart, Steven Randall
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Medicine Hat Police Service 
Steiger, Kinsi Armeita Michelle 
SURNAME CHANGE: from Clarke to Steiger
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
RCMP K Division, Traffic Services 
Blize, Amie Rose 
Carberry, Mark Austin Langille 
Gillis, Robyn Arlene 
Hayter, Neil James Crowther 
Hepburn, Christine Louise 
Hoggins, Jerod Dustin 
Jamal, Alykhan 
Kelly, Barry Forrest 
La Cock, Reyno 
Laboucan, Darrel Frederick 
Leblanc, Remi Thomas Leopold 
Lee, Ryan Thomas 
Linzon, Andrew David 
Lyons, Jaryt Wayne 
Manca, Shane Lee 
Roberts, Michael Douglas 
Vahey, Dillon Alexander 
Wilkinson, Stacey Anne 
Yagminas, Mark Joseph Fernand
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Bardsnes, Kacey Lynne 
Brazeau, Ghyslain Pierre Joseph 
Burgess, Robert James 
Courty, Michael Craig 
Devoe, Judith Patricia 
Eaton, Brittany Lynn 
Floroiu, Razvan Ionut 
Hall, Corey Mitchell 
Hoffman, Leon Lenard 
Kirstein, Derek Ray 
Legaarden, Andrea Koren 
Magnusson, Christopher David 
Millar, Michael James Lewis 
Murphy, Katelyn Susan 
Pettigrew, Jeffery William Dunbar 
Polchies, Douglas Alexander 
Rasmussen, Jonathan Michael 
Rathbun, Michael Joseph 
Silveira, Sheldon Trent 
Valiquette, Miles Victor Robert 
Van Berkom, Catherine Marie 
Watson, Kelley Mae 
Wilcox, Melanie Joan
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Harvey, Susan Katherine 
Hughes, Kirk Patrick 
Jarecki, Mike 
Pshyk, Jason Michael 
Green, Kristen Hannah 
This is a SURNAME CHANGE from Ryan To Green
(Date of Designation January 25, 2017)
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Dynamysk Automation Ltd, Accreditation No. A000841, Order No. 2865
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 Building.
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code and National Energy Code of 
Canada for Buildings.
Accredited Date: November 16, 2012	Issued Date: February 6, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Outwest Building Inspection Consultants Ltd, Accreditation No. A000837, Order 
No. 2681
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 Building.
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code and National Energy Code of 
Canada for Buildings.
Accredited Date: January 30, 2009	Issued Date: January 27, 2017.
 
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Black Wolf Electrical Inspection Services Inc, Accreditation No. A000890, Order 
No. 2977
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 Electrical.
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: February 22, 2016	Issued Date: January 27, 2017.
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Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Dynamysk Automation, Accreditation No. A000841, Order No. 2711
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 Electrical.
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: August 28, 2009	Issued Date: February 6, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Dynamysk Automation Ltd, Accreditation No. A000841, Order No. 2866
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: November 16, 2012	Issued Date: February 6, 2017.
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Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Dynamysk Automation Ltd, Accreditation No. A000841, Order No. 2867
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: November 16, 2012	Issued Date: February 6, 2017.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 41-101  
GENERAL PROSPECTUS REQUIREMENTS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on October 19, 2016 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 41-101  
GENERAL PROSPECTUS REQUIREMENTS
AMENDMENTS TO 
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 41-101 GENERAL PROSPECTUS REQUIREMENTS
1.	National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definitions:
"ETF" or "exchange-traded mutual fund" means a mutual fund in continuous 
distribution, the securities of which are 
(a)	listed on an exchange, and
(b)	trading on an exchange or an alternative trading system;  
"ETF facts document" means a completed Form 41-101F4; 
"Form 41-101F4" means Form 41-101F4 Information Required in an ETF 
Facts Document of this Instrument;.
3.	Subsection 1.2(6) is amended by replacing "and Form 41-101F3" with ", 
Form 41-101F3 and Form 41-101F4".
4.	Subsection 2.1(1) is replaced with the following:
(1)	Subject to subsection (2), this Instrument applies to a prospectus filed 
under securities legislation, a distribution of securities subject to the 
prospectus requirement and a purchase of securities of an ETF..
5.	The following Parts are added:
(a)	PART 3B: ETF Facts Document Requirements
Application 
3B.1	This Part applies only to an ETF.
Plain language and presentation 
3B.2(1)An ETF facts document must be prepared using plain language and be 
in a format that assists in readability and comprehension.
(2)	An ETF facts document must
(a)	be prepared for each class and each series of securities of an ETF 
in accordance with Form 41-101F4,
(b)	present the items listed in the Part I section of Form 41-101F4 and 
the items listed in the Part II section of Form 41-101F4 in the 
order stipulated in those parts,
(c)	use the headings and sub-headings stipulated in Form 41-101F4,
(d)	contain only the information that is specifically required or 
permitted to be in Form 41-101F4,
(e)	not incorporate any information by reference, and
(f)	not exceed four pages in length.
Preparation in the required form 
3B.3	Despite provisions in securities legislation relating to the presentation of 
the content of a prospectus, an ETF facts document for an ETF must be 
prepared in accordance with this Instrument. 
Websites 
3B.4(1)If an ETF or the ETF's family has a website, the ETF must post to at 
least one of those websites an ETF facts document filed under this Part 
as soon as practicable and, in any event, within 10 days after the date 
that the document is filed.
(2)	An ETF facts document posted to the website referred to in subsection 
(1) must
(a)	be displayed in a manner that would be considered prominent to a 
reasonable person, and
(b)	not be combined with another ETF facts document.
 
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply if the ETF facts document is posted to a 
website of the manager of the ETF in the manner required under 
subsection (2).; 
(b)	PART 3C: Delivery of ETF Facts Documents for Investment Funds
Application 
3C.1	This Part applies only to an ETF.
Obligation to deliver ETF facts documents 
3C.2(1)The obligation to deliver or send a prospectus under securities 
legislation does not apply in respect of an ETF. 
(2)	A dealer acting as agent for a purchaser who receives an order for the 
purchase of a security of an ETF must, unless the dealer has previously 
done so, deliver or send to the purchaser the most recently filed ETF 
facts document for the applicable class or series of securities of the ETF 
not later than midnight on the second business day after entering into the 
purchase of the security. 
(3)	In Nova Scotia, an ETF facts document is a prescribed disclosure 
document for the purposes of subsection 76(1A) of the Securities Act 
(Nova Scotia). 
(4)	In Nova Scotia, a security of an ETF is a prescribed investment fund 
security for the purposes of subsections 76(1B) and (1C) of the 
Securities Act (Nova Scotia).
(5)	In Ontario, an ETF facts document is a disclosure document prescribed 
under subsection 71(1.1) of the Securities Act (Ontario).
(6)	In Ontario, a security of an ETF is an investment fund security 
prescribed for the purposes of subsections 71(1.2) and (1.3) of the 
Securities Act (Ontario).
Combinations of ETF facts documents for delivery purposes
3C.3(1)An ETF facts document delivered or sent under section 3C.2 must not 
be combined with any other materials or documents including, for 
greater certainty, another ETF facts document, except one or more of the 
following: 
(a)	a general front cover pertaining to the package of combined 
materials and documents;
(b)	a trade confirmation which discloses the purchase of securities of 
the ETF;
(c)	an ETF facts document of another ETF if that ETF facts 
document is also being delivered or sent under section 3C.2;
(d)	the prospectus of the ETF;
(e)	any material or document incorporated by reference into the 
prospectus;
(f)	an account application document;
(g)	a registered tax plan application or related document.
(2)	If a trade confirmation referred to in subsection (1)(b) is combined with 
an ETF facts document, any other disclosure documents required to be 
delivered or sent to satisfy a regulatory requirement for purchases listed 
in the trade confirmation may be combined with the ETF facts 
document.
(3)	If an ETF facts document is combined with any of the materials or 
documents referred to in subsection (1), a table of contents specifying all 
documents must be combined with the ETF facts document, unless the 
only other documents combined with the ETF facts document are the 
general front cover permitted under paragraph (1)(a) or the trade 
confirmation permitted under paragraph (1)(b).
(4)	If one or more ETF facts documents are combined with any of the 
materials or documents referred to in subsection (1), only the general 
front cover permitted under paragraph (1)(a), the table of contents 
required under subsection (3) and the trade confirmation permitted under 
paragraph (1)(b) may be placed in front of those ETF facts documents.
Combinations of ETF facts documents for filing purposes 
3C.4	For the purposes of sections 6.2, 9.1 and 9.2, an ETF facts document 
may be combined with another ETF facts document in a prospectus.
Time of receipt 
3C.5(1)For the purpose of this Part, where the latest ETF facts document 
referred to in subsection 3C.2(2) is sent by prepaid mail, it shall be 
deemed conclusively to have been received in the ordinary course of 
mail by the person or company to whom it was addressed.
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply in Ontario.
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply in Queb‚c.
Dealer as agent
3C.6(1)For the purpose of this Part, a dealer acts as agent of the purchaser if the 
dealer is acting solely as agent of the purchaser with respect to the 
purchase and sale in question and has not received and has no agreement 
to receive compensation from or on behalf of the vendor with respect to 
the purchase and sale.
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply in Ontario.
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply in Queb‚c.
Purchaser's right of action for failure to deliver or send
3C.7(1)A purchaser has a right of action if an ETF facts document is not 
delivered or sent as required by subsection 3C.2(2), as the purchaser 
would otherwise have when a prospectus is not delivered or sent as 
required under securities legislation and, for that purpose, an ETF facts 
document is a prescribed document under the statutory right of action. 
(2)	In Alberta, instead of subsection (1), section 206 of the Securities Act 
(Alberta) applies.
(3)	In Manitoba, instead of subsection (1), section 141.2 of the Securities 
Act (Manitoba) applies and the ETF facts document is a prescribed 
document for the purposes of section 141.2.
(4)	In Nova Scotia, instead of subsection (1), section 141 of the Securities 
Act (Nova Scotia) applies.
(5)	In Ontario, instead of subsection (1), section 133 of the Securities Act 
(Ontario) applies.
(6)	In Qu‚bec, instead of subsection (1), section 214.1 of the Securities Act 
(Qu‚bec) applies..
6.	Section 6.1 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(4)	An amendment to an ETF facts document must be prepared in 
accordance with Form 41-101F4 without any further identification, and 
dated as of the date the ETF facts document is being amended..
7.	Section 6.2 is amended by deleting "and" at the end of paragraph (c), by 
replacing "." at the end of paragraph (d) with ", and" and by adding the 
following paragraph:
(e)	in the case of an ETF, if the amendment relates to information in the 
ETF facts document, 
(i)	file an amendment to the ETF facts document, and 
(ii)	deliver to the regulator a copy of the ETF facts document, 
blacklined to show changes, including text deletions, from the 
latest ETF facts document previously filed..
8.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section:
Required documents for filing an amendment to an ETF facts document
6.2.1	An ETF that files an amendment to an ETF facts document must, unless 
section 6.2 applies, 
(a)	file an amendment to the corresponding prospectus, certified in 
accordance with Part 5,
(b)	deliver to the regulator a copy of the ETF facts document, 
blacklined to show changes, including text deletions, from the 
latest ETF facts document previously filed, and 
(c)	file or deliver any other supporting documents required under this 
Instrument or other securities legislation, unless the documents 
originally filed or delivered are correct as of the date the 
amendment is filed..
9.	Section 9.1 is amended
(a)	in paragraph (1)(a) by adding the following subparagraph:
(iv.2)	if the issuer is an ETF, in addition to the documents filed under 
subparagraph (iv), an ETF facts document for each class or series 
of securities of the ETF;; and
(b)	by replacing subparagraph (1)(b)(i) with the following:
(i)	Blackline Copy of the Prospectus - in the case of a pro forma 
prospectus, a copy of the pro forma prospectus blacklined to show 
changes and the text of deletions from the latest prospectus filed;
(i.1)	Blackline Copy of the ETF Facts Document - in the case of a 
pro forma prospectus for an ETF, a copy of the pro forma ETF 
facts document for each class or series of securities of the ETF 
blacklined to show changes and the text of deletions from the 
latest ETF facts document previously filed;.
10.	Section 9.2 is amended
(a)	in subparagraph (a)(ii) by replacing "9.1(a)(ii)" with "9.1(1)(a)(ii)",
(b)	in subparagraph (a)(iii) by replacing "9.1(a)(iii)" with "9.1(1)(a)(iii)",
(c)	by replacing subparagraph (a)(iv) with the following:
(iv)	Investment Fund Documents - a copy of any document 
described under subparagraph 9.1(1)(a)(iv), (iv.1) or (iv.2) that 
has not previously been filed;,
(d)	in clause (a)(v)(B) by replacing "9.1(a)(v) or 9.1(a)(vi)" with 
"9.1(1)(a)(v) or (vi)", and
(e)	by replacing subparagraph (b)(i) with the following:
(i)	Blackline Copy of the Prospectus - a copy of the final long 
form prospectus blacklined to show changes from the preliminary 
or pro forma long form prospectus;
(i.1)	Blackline Copy of the ETF Facts Document - in the case of a 
final long form prospectus for an ETF, a copy of the ETF facts 
document for each class or series of securities of the ETF 
blacklined to show changes and the text of deletions from the 
preliminary or pro forma ETF facts document;.
11.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section to Part 15:
Documents to be delivered or sent upon request
15.3(1)An ETF must deliver or send to any person or company that requests 
the prospectus of the ETF or any of the documents incorporated by reference 
into the prospectus, a copy of the prospectus or requested document.
(2)	A document requested under subsection (1) must be delivered or sent 
within three business days of receipt of the request and free of charge..
12.	Form 41-101F2 Information Required in an Investment Fund Prospectus is 
amended
(a)	by replacing item 1.15 under "Documents Incorporated by Reference" 
with the following:
For an investment fund in continuous distribution, state in substantially 
the following words:
"Additional information about the fund is available in the following 
documents:
*	the most recently filed ETF Facts for each class or series of 
securities of the ETF; [insert if applicable] 

*	the most recently filed annual financial statements; 

*	any interim financial reports filed after those annual financial 
statements; 

*	the most recently filed annual management report of fund 
performance; 

*	any interim management report of fund performance filed after that 
annual management report of fund performance.
These documents are incorporated by reference into this prospectus 
which means that they legally form part of this prospectus. Please see 
the "Documents Incorporated by Reference" section for further details.";
(b)	by replacing "Under" in item 3.6(4) with "For investment funds other 
than mutual funds, under";
 
(c)	by replacing "Under" in item 11.1 with "For investment funds other 
than mutual funds, under";
(d)	by adding the following item:
12.2	Investment Risk Classification Methodology
For an ETF,
(a)	state in words substantially similar to the following:
"The investment risk level of this ETF is required to 
be determined in accordance with a standardized risk 
classification methodology that is based on the 
ETF's historical volatility as measured by the 10-
year standard deviation of the returns of the ETF.";
(b)	if the ETF has less than 10 years of performance history 
and complies with Item 4 of Appendix F - Investment Risk 
Classification Methodology to National Instrument 81-102 
Investment Funds, provide a brief description of the other 
fund or reference index, as applicable; if the other fund or 
reference index has been changed since the most recently 
filed prospectus, provide details of when and why the 
change was made; and
(c)	disclose that the standardized risk classification 
methodology used to identify the investment risk level of 
the ETF is available on request, at no cost, by calling [toll 
free/collect call telephone number] or by writing to 
[address].;
(e)	by replacing the first paragraph in item 36.2 under "Mutual Funds" 
with the following:
For an investment fund that is a mutual fund, other than an ETF, under 
the heading "Purchasers' Statutory Rights of Withdrawal and 
Rescission", state in words substantially similar to the following:;
(f)	by adding the following item:
Exchange-traded Mutual Funds
36.2.1For an investment fund that is an ETF, under the heading 
"Purchasers' Statutory Rights of Rescission", state in words 
substantially similar to the following:
"Securities legislation in [certain of the provinces [and 
territories] of Canada/the Province of [insert name of local 
jurisdiction, if applicable]] provides purchasers with the 
right to withdraw from an agreement to purchase ETF 
securities within 48 hours after the receipt of a 
confirmation of a purchase of such securities.  [In several 
of the provinces/provinces and territories], [T/t]he 
securities legislation further provides a purchaser with 
remedies for rescission [or [, in some jurisdictions,] 
revisions of the price or damages] if the prospectus and any 
amendment contains a misrepresentation, or non-delivery 
of the ETF Facts, provided that the remedies for rescission 
[, revisions of the price or damages] are exercised by the 
purchaser within the time limit prescribed by the securities 
legislation of the purchaser's province [or territory]. 
The purchaser should refer to the applicable provisions of 
the securities legislation of the province [or territory] for 
the particulars of these rights or should consult with a legal 
adviser."; and
(g)	by replacing item 37.1 with the following:
Mandatory Incorporation by Reference
37.1	If the investment fund is in continuous distribution, incorporate 
by reference the following documents in the prospectus, by means 
of the following statement in substantially the following words 
under the heading "Documents Incorporated by Reference":
"Additional information about the fund is available in the 
following documents:
1.	The most recently filed ETF Facts for each class or 
series of securities of the ETF, filed either 
concurrently with or after the date of the prospectus. 
[insert if applicable]
2.	The most recently filed comparative annual financial 
statements of the investment fund, together with the 
accompanying report of the auditor.
3.	Any interim financial reports of the investment fund 
filed after those annual financial statements.
4.	The most recently filed annual management report 
of fund performance of the investment fund.
5.	Any interim management report of fund 
performance of the investment fund filed after that 
annual management report of fund performance.
These documents are incorporated by reference into the 
prospectus, which means that they legally form part of this 
document just as if they were printed as part of this 
document. You can get a copy of these documents, at your 
request, and at no cost, by calling [toll-free/collect] [insert 
the toll-free telephone number or telephone number where 
collect calls are accepted] or from your dealer.
[If applicable] These documents are available on the 
[investment fund's/investment fund family's] Internet site 
at [insert investment fund's Internet site address], or by 
contacting the [investment fund/investment fund family] at 
[insert investment fund's /investment fund family's email 
address].
These documents and other information about the fund are 
available on the Internet at www.sedar.com.".
13.	The following Form is added:
Form 41-101F4 
INFORMATION REQUIRED IN AN ETF FACTS DOCUMENT
General Instructions:
General
(1)	This Form describes the disclosure required in an ETF facts document 
for an ETF.  Each Item of this Form outlines disclosure requirements. 
Instructions to help you provide this disclosure are in italic type.
(2)	Terms defined in National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus 
Requirements, National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds, National 
Instrument 81-105 Mutual Fund Sales Practices or National Instrument 
81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure and used in this Form 
have the meanings that they have in those national instruments.
(3)	An ETF facts document must state the required information concisely 
and in plain language.
(4)	Respond as simply and directly as is reasonably possible. Include only 
the information necessary for a reasonable investor to understand the 
fundamental and particular characteristics of the ETF.
(5)	National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements requires 
the ETF facts document to be presented in a format that assists in 
readability and comprehension. This Form does not mandate the use of 
a specific format or template to achieve these goals. However, ETFs 
must use, as appropriate, tables, captions, bullet points or other 
organizational techniques that assist in presenting the required 
disclosure clearly and concisely.
(6)	This Form does not mandate the use of a specific font size or style but 
the text must be of a size and style that is legible. Where the ETF facts 
document is made available online, information must be presented in a 
way that enables it to be printed in a readable format.
(7)	An ETF facts document can be produced in colour or in black and white, 
and in portrait or landscape orientation.
(8)	Except as permitted by subsection (9), an ETF facts document must 
contain only the information that is specifically mandated or permitted 
by this Form. In addition, each Item must be presented in the order and 
under the heading or sub-heading stipulated in this Form.
(9)	An ETF facts document may contain a brief explanation of a material 
change or a proposed fundamental change. The disclosure may be 
included in a textbox before Item 2 of Part I or in the most relevant 
section of the ETF facts document. If necessary, the ETF may provide a 
cross-reference to a more detailed explanation at the end of the ETF 
facts document.
(10)	An ETF facts document must not contain design elements (e.g., graphics, 
photos, artwork) that detract from the information disclosed in the 
document.
Contents of an ETF Facts Document
(11)	An ETF facts document must disclose information about only one class 
or series of securities of an ETF.  ETFs that have more than one class or 
series of securities that are referable to the same portfolio of assets must 
prepare a separate ETF facts document for each class or series.
(12)	The ETF facts document must be prepared on letter-size paper and must 
consist of two Parts: Part I and Part II.
(13)	The ETF facts document must begin with the responses to the Items in 
Part I of this Form.
(14)	Part I must be followed by the responses to the Items in Part II of this 
Form.
(15)	Each of Part I and Part II must not exceed one page in length, unless the 
required information in any section causes the disclosure to exceed this 
limit. Where this is the case, an ETF facts document must not exceed a 
total of four pages in length.
(16)	For a class or series of securities of the ETF denominated in a currency 
other than the Canadian dollar, specify the other currency under the 
heading "Trading Information (12 months ending [date])" and provide 
the dollar amounts in the other currency, where applicable, under the 
headings "How has the ETF performed?" and "How much does it 
cost?".
(17)	For items that must be as at a date within 60 days before the date of the 
ETF facts document or over a period ending within 60 days before the 
date of the ETF facts document, the same date within 60 days before the 
date of the ETF facts document must be used and disclosed in the ETF 
facts document.
(18)	An ETF must not attach or bind other documents to an ETF facts 
document, except those documents permitted under Part 3C of National 
Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements.
Consolidation of ETF Facts Document into a Multiple ETF Facts Document
(19)	ETF facts documents must not be consolidated with each other to form a 
multiple ETF facts document, except as permitted by Part 3C of 
National Instrument 41-101 General Prospectus Requirements. When a 
multiple ETF facts document is permitted under the Instrument, an ETF 
must provide information about each of the ETFs described in the 
document on a fund-by-fund or catalogue basis and must set out for 
each ETF separately the information required by this Form. Each ETF 
facts document must start on a new page and may not share a page with 
another ETF facts document.
Multi-Class ETFs
(20)	As provided in National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds, each 
section, part, class or series of a class of securities of an investment fund 
that is referable to a separate portfolio of assets is considered to be a 
separate investment fund. Those principles are applicable to this Form.
Part I - Information about the ETF
Item 1 - Introduction
Include at the top of the first page a heading consisting of:
(a)	the title "ETF Facts";
(b)	the name of the manager of the ETF;
(c)	the name of the ETF to which the ETF facts document pertains;
(d)	if the ETF has more than one class or series of securities, the 
name of the class or series described in the ETF facts document;
(e)	the ticker symbol(s) for the class or series of securities of the 
ETF;
(f)	the date of the document;
(g)	if the final prospectus of the ETF includes textbox disclosure on 
the cover page, substantially similar textbox disclosure on the 
ETF facts document; 
(h)	a brief introduction to the document using wording substantially 
similar to the following:
This document contains key information you should know 
about [insert name of the ETF]. You can find more details 
about this exchange-traded fund (ETF) in its prospectus. 
Ask your representative for a copy, contact [insert name of 
the manager of the ETF] at [insert if applicable the toll-free 
number and email address of the manager of the ETF] or 
visit [insert the website of the ETF, the ETF's family or the 
manager of the ETF] [as applicable]; and
(i)	state in bold type using wording substantially similar to the 
following:
Before you invest, consider how the ETF would work with your 
other investments and your tolerance for risk.
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	The date for an ETF facts document that is filed with a preliminary 
prospectus or final prospectus must be the date of the preliminary 
prospectus or final prospectus, respectively. The date for an ETF facts 
document that is filed with a pro forma prospectus must be the date of 
the anticipated final prospectus. The date for an amended ETF facts 
document must be the date on which it is filed.
(2)	If the investment objectives of the ETF are to track a multiple (positive 
or negative) of the daily performance of a specified underlying index or 
benchmark, provide textbox disclosure in bold type using wording 
substantially similar to the following: 
This ETF is highly speculative. It uses leverage, which magnifies 
gains and losses. It is intended for use in daily or short-term 
trading strategies by sophisticated investors. If you hold this ETF 
for more than one day, your return could vary considerably from 
the ETF's daily target return. Any losses may be compounded. 
Don't buy this ETF if you are looking for a longer-term 
investment.
(3)	If the investment objectives of the ETF are to track the inverse 
performance of a specified underlying index or benchmark, provide 
textbox disclosure in bold type using wording substantially similar to the 
following: 
This ETF is highly speculative. It is intended for use in daily or 
short-term trading strategies by sophisticated investors. If you 
hold this ETF for more than one day, your return could vary 
considerably from the ETF's daily target return. Any losses may 
be compounded. Don't buy this ETF if you are looking for a 
longer-term investment.  
(4)	If the ETF is a commodity pool, and Instruction (2) or (3) does not 
apply, provide textbox disclosure in bold type using wording 
substantially similar to the following: 
This ETF is a commodity pool and is highly speculative and 
involves a high degree of risk.  You should carefully consider 
whether your financial condition permits you to participate in this 
investment.  You may lose a substantial portion or even all of the 
money you place in the commodity pool.
Item 2 - Quick Facts, Trading Information and Pricing Information
(1)	Under the heading "Quick Facts", include disclosure in the form of the 
following table:
Date ETF started  
(see instruction 1)
Total value on [date] 
(see instruction 2)
Management expense ratio (MER)  
(see instruction 3)
Fund manager 
(see instruction 4)
Portfolio manager 
(see instruction 5)
Distributions 
(see instruction 6)
(2)	Under the heading "Trading Information (12 months ending [date])", 
include disclosure in the form of the following table:
Ticker symbol  
(see instruction 7)
Exchange  
(see instruction 8)
Currency 
(see instruction 9)
Average daily volume  
(see instruction 10)
Number of days traded 
(see instruction 11)
(3)	Under the heading "Pricing Information (12 months ending [date])", 
include disclosure in the form of the following table:
Market price  
(see instruction 12)
Net asset value (NAV) 
(see instruction 13)
Average bid-ask spread  
(see instruction 14)
(4)	An ETF may include the website address where updated Quick Facts, 
Trading Information and Pricing Information are posted by stating:
For more updated Quick Facts, Trading Information and Pricing 
Information, visit [insert the website of the ETF, the ETF's family 
or the manager of the ETF] [as applicable].
(5)	An ETF may include the Committee on Uniform Securities 
Identification Procedures (CUSIP) number for the class or series of 
securities of the ETF at the bottom of the first page by stating:
For dealer use only: CUSIP [insert CUSIP number]
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Use the date that the securities of the class or series of the ETF 
described in the ETF facts document first became available to the 
public.
(2)	Specify the net asset value (NAV) of the ETF as at a date within 60 days 
before the date of the ETF facts document. The amount disclosed must 
take into consideration all classes or series that are referable to the 
same portfolio of assets.  For a newly established ETF, state that this 
information is not available because it is a new ETF.
(3)	Use the management expense ratio (MER) disclosed in the most recently 
filed management report of fund performance for the ETF. The MER 
must be net of fee waivers or absorptions and, despite subsection 15.1(2) 
of National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure, 
need not include any additional disclosure about the waivers or 
absorptions. For a newly established ETF that has not yet filed a 
management report of fund performance, state that the MER is not 
available because it is a new ETF.
(4)	Specify the name of the fund manager of the ETF. 
(5)	Specify the name of the portfolio manager of the ETF. The ETF may also 
name the specific individual(s) responsible for portfolio selection and if 
applicable, the name of the sub-advisor(s).
(6)	Include disclosure under this element of the "Quick Facts" only if 
distributions are a fundamental feature of the ETF.  Disclose the 
expected frequency and timing of distributions. If there is a targeted 
amount for distributions, the ETF may include this information.
(7)	Specify the ticker symbol(s) for the class or series of securities of the 
ETF.
(8)	Specify the exchange(s) on which the class or series of securities of the 
ETF are listed.
 
(9)	Specify the currency that the class or series of securities of the ETF is 
denominated.
(10)	Disclose the consolidated (all trading venues) average daily trading 
volume of the class or series of securities of the ETF over a 12 month 
period ending within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts document.  
Include non-trading (zero volume) days in the average daily trading 
volume calculation.  For a newly established ETF, state that this 
information is not available because it is a new ETF.  For an ETF that 
has not yet completed 12 consecutive months, state that this information 
is not available because the ETF has not yet completed 12 consecutive 
months.
(11)	Disclose the number of days the class or series of securities of the ETF 
has traded out of the total number of available trading days over a 12 
month period ending within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts 
document.  For a newly established ETF, state that this information is 
not available because it is a new ETF.  For an ETF that has not yet 
completed 12 consecutive months, state that this information is not 
available because the ETF has not yet completed 12 consecutive months.
(12)	Disclose the range for the market price of the class or series of 
securities of the ETF by specifying the highest and lowest prices at 
which the class or series of securities of the ETF have traded on all 
trading venues over a 12 month period ending within 60 days before the 
date of the ETF facts document.  The dollar amounts shown under this 
Item may be rounded to two decimal places.  For a newly established 
ETF, state that this information is not available because it is a new ETF.  
For an ETF that has not yet completed 12 consecutive months, state that 
this information is not available because the ETF has not yet completed 
12 consecutive months.
(13)	Disclose the range for the net asset value per share or unit of the class 
or series of securities of the ETF by specifying the highest and lowest net 
asset value per share or unit of the class or series of securities of the 
ETF over a 12 month period ending within 60 days of the date of the 
ETF facts document.  The dollar amounts shown under this Item may be 
rounded to two decimal places.  For a newly established ETF, state that 
this information is not available because it is a new ETF.  For an ETF 
that has not yet completed 12 consecutive months, state that this 
information is not available because the ETF has not yet completed 12 
consecutive months. 
(14)	Disclose the average bid-ask spread (the Average Bid-Ask Spread) for 
the class or series of the ETF being described in the ETF facts 
document.  The disclosure must comply with the following:
*	The Average Bid-Ask Spread must be calculated by taking the 
average of the daily average bid-ask spread (the Daily Bid-Ask 
Spread) using the bid and ask orders displayed on the primary 
Canadian listing exchange (the Listing Exchange) for the class or 
series of the ETF for each day the Listing Exchange was open for 
trading (each, a Trading Day) over the 12-month period ending 
within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts document (the 
Time Period).  

*	Each Daily Bid-Ask Spread must be calculated by taking the 
average of the intraday bid-ask spreads (each, an Intraday Bid-
Ask Spread) for each Trading Day.   

*	An Intraday Bid-Ask Spread must be calculated at each one 
second interval beginning 15 minutes after the opening and 
ending 15 minutes prior to the closing of the Listing Exchange 
(the Interval Points).  

*	The bid price at each Interval Point (the Interval Bid Price) must 
be determined by multiplying each bid price by its displayed 
order amount in number of shares until the sum of $50,000 (Bid 
Market Depth) is reached then dividing by the total number of 
securities bid.  

*	The ask price at each Interval Point (the Interval Ask Price) must 
be determined by multiplying each ask price by its displayed 
order amount in number of securities until the sum of $50,000 
(Ask Market Depth) is reached then dividing by the total number 
of securities offered. 

*	The bid-ask spread at each Interval Point (the Interval Bid-Ask 
Spread) is determined by calculating the difference between the 
Interval Bid Price and the Interval Ask Price and dividing by the 
midpoint of the Interval Bid Price and Interval Ask Price.   

*	If the Listing Exchange for the ETF does not have sufficient Bid 
Market Depth, bid orders from other Canadian marketplaces 
must be used to the extent necessary to arrive at the Bid Market 
Depth. 

*	If the Listing Exchange for the ETF does not have sufficient Ask 
Market Depth, ask orders from other Canadian marketplaces 
must be used to the extent necessary to arrive at the Ask Market 
Depth.   

*	If the Listing Exchange has sufficient Bid Market Depth or Ask 
Market Depth the ETF may, at its discretion, also include bid and 
ask orders from other Canadian marketplaces in its calculation of 
the Interval Bid-Ask Spread.
If there is insufficient Bid Market Depth or Ask Market Depth at a 
particular Interval Point even after including data from all Canadian 
marketplaces, no Interval Bid-Ask Spread can be calculated for that 
Interval Point.  In order to include the Daily Average Bid-Ask Spread 
for a particular Trading Day in the 12-month Average Bid-Ask Spread 
calculation, the ETF must be able to calculate an Interval Bid-Ask 
Spread for at least 75% of the Interval Points in that Trading Day.  In 
order to calculate the 12-month Average Bid-Ask Spread, the ETF must 
be able to calculate a Daily Bid-Ask Spread for at least 75% of the 
Trading Days over the Time Period.  For a newly established ETF, state 
that the Average Bid-Ask Spread is not available because it is a new 
ETF.  For an ETF that has not yet completed 12 consecutive months, 
state that the Average Bid-Ask Spread is not available because the ETF 
has not yet completed 12 consecutive months.  For an ETF that has 
completed 12 consecutive months but does not have sufficient data to 
calculate the Average Bid-Ask Spread, state the following: "This ETF 
did not have sufficient market depth ($50,000) to calculate the average 
bid-ask spread."
Item 3 - Investments of the ETF
(1)	Briefly set out under the heading "What does the ETF invest in?" a 
description of the fundamental nature of the ETF, or the fundamental 
features of the ETF that distinguish it from other ETFs.  
(2)	For an ETF that replicates an index,
(a)	disclose the name or names of the permitted index or permitted 
indices on which the investments of the index ETF are based, and
(b)	briefly describe the nature of that permitted index or those 
permitted indices.
(3)	For an ETF that uses derivatives to replicate an index, state using 
wording substantially similar to the following:
The ETF uses derivatives, such as options, futures and swaps, to 
get exposure to the [index/benchmark] without investing directly 
in the securities that make up the [index/benchmark].
(4)	Include an introduction to the information provided in response to 
subsection (5) and subsection (6) using wording similar to the following:
The charts below give you a snapshot of the ETF's investments 
on [insert date]. The ETF's investments will change.
(5)	Unless the ETF is a newly established ETF, include under the sub-
heading "Top 10 investments [date]", a table disclosing the following: 
(a)	the top 10 positions held by the ETF, each expressed as a 
percentage of the net asset value of the ETF; 
(b)	the percentage of net asset value of the ETF represented by the 
top 10 positions; 
(c)	the total number of positions held by the ETF. 
(6)	Unless the ETF is a newly established ETF, under the sub-heading 
"Investment mix [date]" include at least one, and up to two, charts or 
tables that illustrate the investment mix of the ETF's investment 
portfolio.
(7)	For a newly established ETF, state the following under the sub-headings 
"Top 10 investments [date]" and "Investment mix [date]":
This information is not available because this ETF is new. 
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Include in the information under "What does this ETF invest in?" a 
description of what the ETF primarily invests in, or intends to primarily 
invest in, or that its name implies that it will primarily invest in, such as
(a)	particular types of issuers, such as foreign issuers, small 
capitalization issuers or issuers located in emerging market 
countries;
(b)	particular geographic locations or industry segments; or
(c)	portfolio assets other than securities.
(2)	Include a particular investment strategy only if it is an essential aspect 
of the ETF, as evidenced by the name of the ETF or the manner in which 
the ETF is marketed.
(3)	If an ETF's stated objective is to invest primarily in Canadian securities, 
specify the maximum exposure to investments in foreign markets.
(4)	The information under "Top 10 investments" and "Investment mix" is 
intended to give a snapshot of the composition of the ETF's investment 
portfolio. The information required to be disclosed under these sub-
headings must be as at a date within 60 days before the date of the ETF 
facts document. The date shown must be the same as the one used in 
Item 2 for the total value of the ETF.
(5)	If the ETF owns more than one class of securities of an issuer, those 
classes should be aggregated for the purposes of this Item, however, 
debt and equity securities of an issuer must not be aggregated.
(6)	Portfolio assets other than securities should be aggregated if they have 
substantially similar investment risks and profiles. For instance, gold 
certificates should be aggregated, even if they are issued by different 
financial institutions.
(7)	Treat cash and cash equivalents as one separate discrete category.
 
(8)	In determining its holdings for purposes of the disclosure required by 
this Item, an ETF must, for each long position in a derivative that is held 
by the ETF for purposes other than hedging and for each index 
participation unit held by the ETF, consider that it holds directly the 
underlying interest of that derivative or its proportionate share of the 
securities held by the issuer of the index participation unit.
(9)	If an ETF invests substantially all of its assets directly or indirectly 
(through the use of derivatives) in securities of one other mutual fund, 
list the 10 largest holdings of the other mutual fund and show the 
percentage of the other mutual fund's net asset value represented by the 
top 10 positions. If the ETF is not able to disclose this information as at 
a date within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts document, the 
ETF must include this information as disclosed by the other mutual fund 
in the other mutual fund's most recently filed ETF facts document or 
fund facts document, or its most recently filed management report of 
fund performance, whichever is most recent.
(10)	Indicate whether any of the ETF's top 10 positions are short positions.
(11)	Each investment mix chart or table must show a breakdown of the ETF's 
investment portfolio into appropriate subgroups and the percentage of 
the aggregate net asset value of the ETF constituted by each subgroup. 
The names of the subgroups are not prescribed and can include security 
type, industry segment or geographic location. The ETF should use the 
most appropriate categories given the nature of the ETF. The choices 
made must be consistent with disclosure provided under "Summary of 
Investment Portfolio" in the ETF's management report of fund 
performance.
(12)	In presenting the investment mix of the ETF, consider the most effective 
way of conveying the information to investors. All tables or charts must 
be clear and legible.
(13)	For new ETFs where the information required to be disclosed under 
"Top 10 investments" and "Investment mix" is not available, include 
the required sub-headings and provide a brief statement explaining why 
the required information is not available.
Item 4 - Risks 
(1)	Under the heading "How risky is it?", state the following: 
The value of the ETF can go down as well as up. You could lose 
money.
One way to gauge risk is to look at how much an ETF's returns 
change over time. This is called "volatility".
In general, ETFs with higher volatility will have returns that 
change more over time. They typically have a greater chance of 
losing money and may have a greater chance of higher returns. 
ETFs with lower volatility tend to have returns that change less 
over time. They typically have lower returns and may have a 
lower chance of losing money. 
(2)	Under the sub-heading "Risk rating",
(a)	using the investment risk classification methodology prescribed 
by Appendix F - Investment Risk Classification Methodology to 
National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds, identify the ETF's 
investment risk level on the following risk scale:
Low
Low to 
medium
Medium
Medium to 
high
High
(b)	unless the ETF is a newly established ETF, include an 
introduction to the risk scale which states the following:
[Insert name of the manager of the ETF] has rated the 
volatility of this ETF as [insert investment risk level 
identified in paragraph (a) in bold type].
This rating is based on how much the ETF's returns have 
changed from year to year. It doesn't tell you how volatile 
the ETF will be in the future. The rating can change over 
time. An ETF with a low risk rating can still lose money.
(c)	for a newly established ETF, include an introduction to the risk 
scale which states the following:
[Insert name of the manager of the ETF] has rated the 
volatility of this ETF as [insert investment risk level 
identified in paragraph (a) in bold type].
Because this is a new ETF, the risk rating is only an 
estimate by [insert name of the manager of the ETF].  
Generally, the rating is based on how much the ETF's 
returns have changed from year to year. It doesn't tell you 
how volatile the ETF will be in the future. The rating can 
change over time. An ETF with a low risk rating can still 
lose money.
(d)	following the risk scale, state using wording substantially similar 
to the following: 
For more information about the risk rating and specific 
risks that can affect the ETF's returns, see the [insert cross-
reference to the appropriate section of the ETF's final 
prospectus] section of the ETF's prospectus.
 
(3)	If the ETF does not have any guarantee or insurance, under the sub-
heading "No guarantees", state using wording substantially similar to the 
following:
ETFs do not have any guarantees. You may not get back the 
amount of money you invest.
(4)	If the ETF has an insurance or guarantee feature protecting all or some 
of the principal amount of an investment in the ETF, under the sub-
heading "Guarantees":
(a)	identify the person or company providing the guarantee or 
insurance; and
(b)	provide a brief description of the material terms of the guarantee 
or insurance, including the maturity date of the guarantee or 
insurance.
INSTRUCTIONS:
Based upon the investment risk classification methodology prescribed by 
Appendix F - Investment Risk Classification Methodology to National 
Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds, as at the end of the period that ends 
within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts document, identify where the 
ETF fits on the continuum of investment risk levels by showing the full 
investment risk scale and highlighting the applicable category on the scale. 
Consideration should be given to ensure that the highlighted investment risk 
rating is easily identifiable.
Item 5 - Past Performance
(1)	Unless the ETF is a newly established ETF, under the heading "How has 
the ETF performed?", include an introduction using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
This section tells you how [name of class/series of securities 
described in the ETF facts document] [units/shares] of the ETF 
have performed over the past [insert number of calendar years 
shown in the bar chart required under paragraph (3)(a)] years.  
Returns [add a footnote stating: Returns are calculated using the 
ETF's net asset value (NAV).] after expenses have been deducted. 
These expenses reduce the ETF's returns.  (For an ETF that 
replicates an index, state: This means that the ETF's returns may 
not match the returns of the [index/benchmark].)
(2)	For a newly established ETF, under the heading "How has the ETF 
performed?", include an introduction using the following wording:
This section tells you how [name of class/series of securities 
described in the ETF facts document] [units/shares] of the ETF 
have performed, with returns calculated using the ETF's net asset 
value (NAV).  However, this information is not available because 
the ETF is new.  
(3)	Under the sub-heading "Year-by-year returns",
(a)	for an ETF that has completed at least one calendar year:
(i)	provide a bar chart that shows the annual total return of the 
ETF, in chronological order with the most recent year on 
the right of the bar chart, for the lesser of
(A)	each of the 10 most recently completed calendar 
years, and 
(B)	each of the completed calendar years in which the 
ETF has been in existence and for which the ETF 
was a reporting issuer; and
(ii)	include an introduction to the bar chart using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
This chart shows how [name of class/series of 
securities described in the ETF facts document] 
[units/shares] of the ETF performed in each of the 
past [insert number of calendar years shown in the 
bar chart required under paragraph (a)]. The ETF 
dropped in value in [for the particular years shown 
in the bar chart required under paragraph (a), insert 
the number of years in which the value of the ETF 
dropped] of the [insert number of calendar years 
shown in the bar chart required in paragraph (a)(i)] 
years. The range of returns and change from year to 
year can help you assess how risky the ETF has been 
in the past. It does not tell you how the ETF will 
perform in the future.
(b)	for an ETF that has not yet completed a calendar year, state the 
following:
This section tells you how [name of class/series of 
securities described in the ETF facts document] 
[units/shares] of the ETF have performed in past calendar 
years.  However, this information is not available because 
the ETF has not yet completed a calendar year.
(c)	for a newly established ETF, state the following:
This section tells you how [name of class/series of 
securities described in the ETF facts document] 
[units/shares] of the ETF have performed in past calendar 
years.  However, this information is not available because 
the ETF is new.
(4)	Under the sub-heading "Best and worst 3-month returns",
(a)	for an ETF that has completed at least one calendar year:
(i)	provide information for the period covered in the bar chart 
required under paragraph (3)(a) in the form of the 
following table:

Return
3 months ending
If you invested 
$1,000 at the 
beginning of the 
period
Best return
(see instruction 7)
(see instruction 9)
Your investment 
would [rise/drop] to 
(see instruction 11).
Worst 
return
(see instruction 8)
(see instruction 
10)
Your investment 
would [rise/drop] to 
(see instruction 12).
(ii)	include an introduction to the table using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
This table shows the best and worst returns for the 
[name of class/series of securities described in the 
ETF facts document] [units/shares] of the ETF in a 
3-month period over the past [insert number of 
calendar years shown in the bar chart required under 
paragraph (3)(a)]. The best and worst 3-month 
returns could be higher or lower in the future.  
Consider how much of a loss you could afford to 
take in a short period of time.
(b)	for an ETF that has not yet completed a calendar year, state the 
following:
This section shows the best and worst returns for the [name 
of class/series of securities described in the ETF facts 
document] [units/shares] of the ETF in a 3-month period.  
However, this information is not available because the ETF 
has not yet completed a calendar year.
(c)	for a newly established ETF, state the following:
This section shows the best and worst returns for the [name 
of class/series of securities described in the ETF facts 
document] [units/shares] of the ETF in a 3-month period.  
However, this information is not available because the ETF 
is new.
(5)	Under the sub-heading "Average return",
(a)	for an ETF that has completed at least 12 consecutive months, 
show the following:
(i)	the final value of a hypothetical $1,000 investment in the 
ETF as at the end of the period that ends within 60 days 
before the date of the ETF facts document and consists of 
the lesser of
(A)	10 years, or
(B)	the time since inception of the ETF; and
(ii)	the annual compounded rate of return that equates the 
hypothetical $1,000 investment to the final value.
(b)	for an ETF that has not yet completed 12 consecutive months, 
state the following:
This section shows the value and annual compounded rate 
of return of a hypothetical $1,000 investment in [name of 
class/series of securities described in the ETF facts 
document] [units/shares] of the ETF.  However, this 
information is not available because the ETF has not yet 
completed 12 consecutive months.
(c)	for a newly established ETF, state the following:
This section shows the value and annual compounded rate 
of return of a hypothetical $1,000 investment in [name of 
class/series of securities described in the ETF facts 
document] [units/shares] of the ETF.  However, this 
information is not available because the ETF is new.
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	In responding to the requirements of this Item, an ETF must comply with 
the relevant sections of Part 15 of National Instrument 81-102 
Investment Funds as if those sections applied to an ETF facts document.
(2)	Use a linear scale for each axis of the bar chart required by this Item.
(3)	The x-axis and y-axis for the bar chart required by this Item must 
intersect at zero. 
(4)	An ETF that distributes different classes or series of securities that are 
referable to the same portfolio of assets must show performance data 
related only to the specific class or series of securities being described 
in the ETF facts document.
(5)	The dollar amounts shown under this Item may be rounded up to the 
nearest dollar.
(6)	The percentage amounts shown under this Item may be rounded to one 
decimal place.
(7)	Show the best rolling 3-month return as at the end of the period that 
ends within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts document.
(8)	Show the worst rolling 3-month return as at the end of the period that 
ends within 60 days before the date of the ETF facts document.
(9)	Insert the end date for the best 3-month return period.
(10)	Insert the end date for the worst 3-month return period.
(11)	Insert the final value that would equate with a hypothetical $1,000 
investment for the best 3-month return period shown in the table.
(12)	Insert the final value that would equate with a hypothetical $1,000 
investment for the worst 3-month return period shown in the table.
Item 6 - Trading ETFs
Under the sub-heading "Trading ETFs", state the following:
ETFs hold a basket of investments, like mutual funds, but trade on 
exchanges like stocks. Here are a few things to keep in mind when 
trading ETFs: 
Pricing [in bold type]
ETFs have two sets of prices: market price and net asset value (NAV).
Market price
ETFs are bought and sold on exchanges at the market price. The market 
price can change throughout the trading day. Factors like supply, 
demand, and changes in the value of an ETF's investments can affect the 
market price. 
You can get price quotes any time during the trading day. Quotes have 
two parts: bid and ask. 
The bid is the highest price a buyer is willing to pay if you want to sell 
your ETF [units/shares]. The ask is the lowest price a seller is willing to 
accept if you want to buy ETF [units/shares]. The difference between the 
two is called the "bid-ask spread". 
In general, a smaller bid-ask spread means the ETF is more liquid. That 
means you are more likely to get the price you expect.
Net asset value (NAV)
Like mutual funds, ETFs have a NAV. It is calculated after the close of 
each trading day and reflects the value of an ETF's investments at that 
point in time. 
NAV is used to calculate financial information for reporting purposes - 
like the returns shown in this document. 
Orders [in bold type]
There are two main options for placing trades: market orders and limit 
orders. A market order lets you buy or sell [units/shares] at the current 
market price. A limit order lets you set the price at which you are willing 
to buy or sell [units/shares].
Timing [in bold type]
In general, market prices of ETFs can be more volatile around the start 
and end of the trading day. Consider using a limit order or placing a 
trade at another time during the trading day.
Item 7 - Suitability
Provide a brief statement of the suitability of the ETF for particular investors 
under the heading "Who is this ETF for?". Describe the characteristics of the 
investor for whom the ETF may or may not be an appropriate investment, and 
the portfolios for which the ETF is and is not suited.
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	If the ETF is particularly unsuitable for certain types of investors or for 
certain types of investment portfolios, emphasize this aspect of the ETF. 
Disclose both the types of investors who should not invest in the ETF, 
with regard to investments on both a short- and long-term basis, and the 
types of portfolios that should not invest in the ETF. If the ETF is 
particularly suitable for investors who have particular investment 
objectives, this can also be disclosed.
(2)	If there is textbox disclosure on the cover page pursuant to Item 1(g) of 
Part I of this form, the brief statement of the suitability of the ETF in 
Item 8 of Part I of this form must be consistent with any suitability 
disclosure in the textbox.
Item 8 - Impact of Income Taxes on Investor Returns
Under the heading "A word about tax", provide a brief explanation of the 
income tax consequences for investors using wording similar to the following:
In general, you'll have to pay income tax on any money you make on an 
ETF. How much you pay depends on the tax laws where you live and 
whether or not you hold the ETF in a registered plan such as a 
Registered Retirement Savings Plan, or a Tax-Free Savings Account.
 
Keep in mind that if you hold your ETF in a non-registered account, 
distributions from the ETF are included in your taxable income, whether 
you get them in cash or have them reinvested.
Part II - Costs, Rights and Other Information
Item 1 - Costs of Buying, Owning and Selling the ETF
1.1 - Introduction
Under the heading "How much does it cost?", state the following: 
This section shows the fees and expenses you could pay to buy, own and 
sell [name of the class/series of securities described in the ETF facts 
document] [units/shares] of the ETF.  Fees and expenses - including 
trailing commissions - can vary among ETFs. Higher commissions can 
influence representatives to recommend one investment over another. 
Ask about other ETFs and investments that may be suitable for you at a 
lower cost.
1.2 - Brokerage commissions
Under the sub-heading "Brokerage commissions", provide a brief statement 
using wording substantially similar to the following: 
You may have to pay a commission every time you buy and sell 
[units/shares] of the ETF. Commissions may vary by brokerage firm. 
Some brokerage firms may offer commission-free ETFs or require a 
minimum purchase amount.
1.3 - ETF expenses
(1)	Under the sub-heading "ETF expenses", include an introduction using 
wording similar to the following: 
You don't pay these expenses directly. They affect you because 
they reduce the ETF's returns.
(2)	Unless the ETF has not yet filed a management report of fund 
performance, provide information about the expenses of the ETF in the 
form of the following table:
 


Annual rate  
(as a % of the ETF's value)
Management expense ratio (MER) 
This is the total of the ETF's management 
fee and operating expenses.  
(If the ETF pays a trailing commission, 
state the following: "This is the total of 
the ETF's management fee (which 
includes the trailing commission) and 
operating expenses.") 
(see instruction 1) 
(see instruction 2)
Trading expense ratio (TER) 
These are the ETF's trading costs.
(see instruction 3)
ETF expenses
(see instruction 4)
(3)	Unless the ETF has not yet filed a management report of fund 
performance, above the table required under subsection (2), include a 
statement using wording similar to the following: 
As of [see instruction 5], the ETF's expenses were [insert amount 
included in table required under subsection (2)]% of its value. 
This equals $[see instruction 6] for every $1,000 invested.
(4)	For an ETF that has not yet filed a management report of fund 
performance, state the following:
The ETF's expenses are made up of the management fee, 
operating expenses and trading costs. The [class'/series'/ETF's] 
annual management fee is [see instruction 7]% of the 
[class'/series'/ETF's] value. As this [class/series/ETF] is new, 
operating expenses and trading costs are not yet available. 
(5)	If the ETF pays an incentive fee that is determined by the performance 
of the ETF, provide a brief statement disclosing the amount of the fee 
and the circumstances in which the ETF will pay it.
(6)	Under the sub-heading "Trailing commission", include a description 
using wording substantially similar to the following:
The trailing commission is an ongoing commission. It is paid for 
as long as you own the ETF. It is for the services and advice that 
your representative and their firm provide to you. 
(7)	If the manager of the ETF or another member of the ETF's organization 
does not pay trailing commissions, include a description using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
This ETF doesn't have a trailing commission.
 
(8)	If the manager of the ETF or another member of the ETF's organization 
pays trailing commissions, disclose the range of the rates of the trailing 
commission after providing a description using wording substantially 
similar to the following:
[Insert name of the manager of the ETF] pays the trailing 
commission to your representative's firm. It is paid from the 
ETF's management fee and is based on the value of your 
investment. 
(9)	If the manager of the ETF or another member of the ETF's organization 
pays trailing commissions for the class or series of securities of the ETF 
described in the ETF facts document but does not pay trailing 
commissions for another class or series of securities of the same ETF, 
state using wording substantially similar to the following: 
This ETF also offers a [class/series] of [units/shares] that does not 
have a trailing commission.  Ask your representative for details.
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	If any fees or expenses otherwise payable by the ETF were waived or 
otherwise absorbed by a member of the organization of the ETF, despite 
subsection 15.1(2) of National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund 
Continuous Disclosure, only include a statement in substantially the 
following words: 
[Insert name of the manager of the ETF] waived some of the 
ETF's expenses. If it had not done so, the MER would have been 
higher.
(2)	Use the same MER that is disclosed in Item 2 of Part I of this Form.  If 
applicable, include a reference to any fixed administration fees in the 
management expense ratio description required in the table under Item 
1.3(2) of Part II of this Form. 
(3)	Use the trading expense ratio disclosed in the most recently filed 
management report of fund performance for the ETF.
(4)	The amount included for ETF expenses is the amount arrived at by 
adding the MER and the trading expense ratio. Use a bold font or other 
formatting to indicate that ETF expenses is the total of all ongoing 
expenses set out in the chart and is not a separate expense charged to 
the ETF.
(5)	Insert the date of the most recently filed management report of fund 
performance.
(6)	Insert the equivalent dollar amount of the ongoing expenses of the ETF 
for each $1,000 investment.
 
(7)	The percentage disclosed for the management fee must correspond to 
the percentage shown in the fee table in the final prospectus.
(8)	For an ETF that is required to include the disclosure under subsection 
(4), in the description of the items that make up ETF fees, include a 
reference to any fixed administrative fees, if applicable. Also disclose 
the amount of the fixed administration fee in the same manner as 
required for the management fee. The percentage disclosed for the fixed 
administration fee must correspond to the percentage shown in the fee 
table in the final prospectus.
(9)	In disclosing the range of rates of trailing commissions, show both the 
percentage amount and the equivalent dollar amount for each $1,000 
investment.
1.4 - Other Fees
(1)	If applicable, provide the sub-heading "Other Fees".
(2)	Provide information about the amount of fees payable by an investor 
when they buy, hold, sell or switch units or shares of the ETF, 
substantially in the form of the following table:
Fee
What you pay
Redemption Fee
[Insert name of the manager of 
the ETF] may charge you up to 
[see instruction 1]% of the value 
of your [units/shares] you redeem 
or exchange directly from [insert 
name of the manager of the 
ETF].
(see instruction 1)
Other fees [specify type]
[specify amount]
(see instructions 2 and 3)
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	The percentage disclosed for the redemption fee must correspond to the 
percentage shown in the final prospectus.
(2)	Under this Item, it is necessary to include only those fees that apply to 
the particular class or series of securities of the ETF. Examples include 
management fees and administration fees payable directly by investors, 
and switch fees. This also includes any requirement for an investor to 
participate in a fee-based arrangement with their dealer in order to be 
eligible to purchase the particular class or series of securities of the 
ETF.  If there are no other fees associated with buying, holding, selling 
or switching units or shares of the ETF, replace the table with a 
statement to that effect.
(3)	Provide a brief description of each fee disclosing the amount to be paid 
as a percentage (or, if applicable, a fixed dollar amount) and state who 
charges the fee. If the amount of the fee varies so that specific disclosure 
of the amount of the fee cannot be disclosed include, where possible, the 
highest possible rate or range for that fee.
Item 2 - Statement of Rights
Under the heading "What if I change my mind?", state using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
Under securities law in some provinces and territories, you have the 
right to cancel your purchase within 48 hours after you receive 
confirmation of the purchase.
In some provinces and territories, you also have the right to cancel a 
purchase, or in some jurisdictions, claim damages, if the prospectus, 
ETF Facts or financial statements contain a misrepresentation. You must 
act within the time limit set by the securities law in your province or 
territory.
For more information, see the securities law of your province or territory 
or ask a lawyer. 
Item 3 - More Information about the ETF
(1)	Under the heading "For more information", state using wording 
substantially similar to the following:
Contact [insert name of the manager of the ETF] or your 
representative for a copy of the ETF's prospectus and other 
disclosure documents. These documents and the ETF Facts make 
up the ETF's legal documents.
(2)	State the name, address and toll-free telephone number of the manager 
of the ETF. If applicable, also state the e-mail address and website of the 
manager of the ETF.
14.	Transition
(1)	An ETF must, on or before November 12, 2018, file a completed Form 
41-101F4 Information Required in an ETF Facts Document for each 
class or series of securities of the ETF that, on that date, are the subject 
of disclosure under a prospectus.
(2)	The date of an ETF facts document filed under subsection (1) must be 
the date on which it was filed.
15.	Effective date
(1)	Subject to subsection (2), this Instrument comes into force on March 8, 
2017.
(2)	The provisions of this Instrument listed in column 1 of the following 
table come into force on the date set out in column 2 of the table:
Column 1: Provisions of this 
Instrument
Column 2: Date
5(a), 6-14
September 1, 2017
5(b)
December 10, 2018

Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-101  
MUTUAL FUND PROSPECTUS DISCLOSURE
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on October 19, 2016 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-101  
MUTUAL FUND PROSPECTUS DISCLOSURE
1.	National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	Item 9.1 of Part B of Form 81-101F1 Contents of Simplified Prospectus is 
replaced with the following:
Item 9.1	Investment Risk Classification Methodology
For a mutual fund, 
(a)	state in words substantially similar to the following:
The investment risk level of this mutual fund is required to be 
determined in accordance with a standardized risk classification 
methodology that is based on the mutual fund's historical volatility as 
measured by the 10-year standard deviation of the returns of the mutual 
fund.;
(b)	if the mutual fund has less than 10 years of performance history and 
complies with Item 4 of Appendix F Investment Risk Classification 
Methodology to National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds, provide 
a brief description of the other mutual fund or reference index, as 
applicable; if the other mutual fund or reference index has been changed 
since the most recently filed prospectus, provide details of when and 
why the change was made; and
(c)	disclose that the standardized risk classification methodology used to 
identify the investment risk level of the mutual fund is available on 
request, at no cost, by calling [toll free/collect call telephone number] or 
by writing to [address]..
3.	Item 4 of Part I of Form 81-101F3 Contents of Fund Facts Document is 
amended by
(a) replacing in paragraph (2)(a) "adopted by the manager of the mutual fund" 
with "prescribed by Appendix F Investment Risk Classification Methodology to 
National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds",
(b) deleting in paragraph 2(a) "mutual fund's", and
(c) replacing in the Instructions "adopted by the manager of the mutual fund" 
with "prescribed by Appendix F Investment Risk Classification Methodology to 
National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds, as at the end of the period that 
ends within 60 days before the date of the fund facts document".
4.	Subject to section 5, this Instrument comes into force on March 8, 2017.  
5.	The provision of this Instrument listed in column 1 of the following table 
comes into force on the date set in column 2 of the table:
Column 1: Provision of this 
Instrument
Column 2: Date

Section 3

September 1, 2017

Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-102  
INVESTMENT FUNDS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on October 19, 2016 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-102  
INVESTMENT FUNDS
1.	National Instrument 81-102 Investment Funds is amended by this 
Instrument.
 
2.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following Part:
PART 15.1	INVESTMENT RISK CLASSIFICATION 
METHODOLOGY  
15.1.1	Use of Investment Risk Classification Methodology - A mutual fund 
must
(a)	determine its investment risk level, at least annually, in accordance with 
Appendix F Investment Risk Classification Methodology and
(b)	disclose its investment risk level in the fund facts document in 
accordance with Part I, Item 4 of Form 81-101F3, or the ETF facts 
document in accordance with Part I, Item 4 of Form 41-101F4, as 
applicable..
3.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following Appendix F:
APPENDIX F 
Investment Risk Classification Methodology
Commentary
This Appendix contains rules and accompanying commentary on those rules.  Each 
member jurisdiction of the CSA has made these rules under authority granted to it 
under the securities legislation of its jurisdiction.
The commentary explains the implications of a rule, offers examples or indicates 
different ways to comply with a rule.  It may expand on a particular subject without 
being exhaustive.  The commentary is not legally binding, but it does reflect the views 
of the CSA.  Commentary always appears in italics and is titled "Commentary." 
Item 1	Investment risk level
(1)	Subject to subsection (2), to determine the "investment risk level" of a mutual 
fund,
(a)	determine the mutual fund's standard deviation in accordance with Item 
2 and, as applicable, Item 3, 4 or 5,
(b)	in the table below, locate the range of standard deviation within which 
the mutual fund's standard deviation falls, and
(c)	identify the investment risk level set opposite the applicable range.
 

Standard Deviation Range
Investment Risk Level
0 to less than 6

Low
6 to less than 11

Low to medium
11 to less than 16

Medium
16 to less than 20

Medium to High
20 or greater

High


(2)	Despite subsection (1), the investment risk level of a mutual fund may be 
increased if doing so is reasonable in the circumstances.  
(3)	A mutual fund must keep and maintain records that document:
(a)	how the investment risk level of a mutual fund was determined, and 
(b)	if the investment risk level of a mutual fund was increased, why it was 
reasonable to do so in the circumstances.
Item 2	Standard deviation
(1)	A mutual fund must calculate its standard deviation for the most recent 10 
years as follows:

Standard Deviation



where
n   = 120 months
     = return on investment in month i
     = average monthly return on investment

(2)	For the purposes of subsection (1), a mutual fund must make the calculation 
with respect to the series or class of securities of the mutual fund that first 
became available to the public and calculate the "return on investment" for 
each month using:
(a)	the net asset value of the mutual fund, assuming the reinvestment of all 
income and capital gain distributions in additional securities of the 
mutual fund; and
(b)	the same currency in which the series or class is offered.
Item 3	Difference in classes or series of securities of a mutual fund
Despite Item 2(2), if a series or class of securities of the mutual fund has an 
attribute that results in a different investment risk level for the series or class 
than the investment risk level of the mutual fund, the "return on investment" 
for that series or class of securities must be used to calculate the standard 
deviation of that particular series or class of securities.
Item 4	Mutual funds with less than 10 years of history 
(1)	For the purposes of  Item 2, if it has been less than 10 years since securities of 
the mutual fund were first available to the public, and if the mutual fund is a 
clone fund and the underlying fund has 10 years of performance history, or if 
there is another mutual fund with 10 years of performance history which is 
subject to this Instrument, and has the same fund manager, portfolio manager, 
investment objectives and investment strategies as the mutual fund, then in 
either case the mutual fund must calculate the standard deviation of the mutual 
fund in accordance with Item 2 by
(a)	using the available return history of the mutual fund, and 
(b)	imputing the return history of the underlying fund or the other mutual 
fund, respectively, for the remainder of the 10 year period.  
(2)	For the purposes of Item 2, if it has been less than 10 years since securities of 
the mutual fund were first available to the public, and paragraph (1) above does 
not apply, then the mutual fund must select a reference index in accordance 
with Item 5, and calculate the standard deviation of the mutual fund in 
accordance with Item 2 by
(a)	using the return history of the mutual fund, and 
(b)	imputing the return history of the reference index for the remainder of 
the 10 year period.  
Item 5	Reference index 
(1)	For the purposes of Item 4(2), the mutual fund must select a reference index 
that reasonably approximates, or for a newly established mutual fund, is 
expected to reasonably approximate, the standard deviation of the mutual fund.   
(2)	When using a reference index, a mutual fund must
(a)	monitor the reasonableness of the reference index on an annual basis or 
	more frequently if necessary, 
(b)	disclose in the mutual fund's prospectus in Part B, Item 9.1 of Form 
81-101F1 or Part B, Item 12.2 of Form 41-101F2, as applicable
(i)	a brief description of the reference index, and
(ii)	if the reference index has changed since the last disclosure under 
this section, details of when and why the change was made.
Instructions:
(1) A reference index must be made up of one permitted index or, where necessary, to 
more reasonably approximate the standard deviation of a mutual fund, a composite of 
several permitted indices. 

(2) In selecting and monitoring the reasonableness of a reference index, a mutual 
fund must consider a number of factors, including whether the reference index 

(a) contains a high proportion of the securities represented, or expected to be 
represented, in the mutual fund's portfolio,  

(b) has returns, or is expected to have returns,  highly correlated to the returns of the 
mutual fund,  

(c) has risk and return characteristics that are, or expected to be, similar to the 
mutual fund, 

(d) has its returns computed (total return, net of withholding taxes, etc.) on the same 
basis as the mutual fund's returns, 

(e) is consistent with the investment objectives and investment strategies in which the 
mutual fund is investing, 

(f) has investable constituents and has security allocations that represent investable 
position sizes, for the mutual fund, and 

(g) is denominated in, or converted into, the same currency as the mutual fund's 
reported net asset value.  

(3) In addition to the factors listed in (2), the mutual fund may consider other factors 
if relevant to the specific characteristics of the mutual fund.


 
Item 6	Fundamental changes
(1)	For the purposes of Item 2, if there has been a reorganization or transfer of 
assets of the mutual fund pursuant to paragraphs 5.1(1)(f) or (g) or 
subparagraph 5.1(1)(h)(i) of the Instrument, the standard deviation must be 
calculated using the monthly "return on investment" of the continuing mutual 
fund, as the case may be.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), if there has been a change to the fundamental 
investment objectives of the mutual fund pursuant to paragraph 5.1(1)(c) of the 
Instrument, 	for the purposes of Item 2, the standard deviation must be 
calculated using the monthly "return on investment" of the mutual fund starting 
from the date of that change..
4.	Any exemption from or waiver of a provision of Form 81-101F3 Contents of 
Fund Facts Document in relation to the disclosure under the heading "How 
risky is it?" expires on September 1, 2017.  
5.	Subject to section 6, this Instrument comes into force on March 8, 2017.
6.	The provision of this Instrument listed in column 1 of the following table 
comes into force on the date set out in column 2 of the table:
Column 1 Provision of this 
Instrument
Column 2: Date
Section 3
September 1, 2017

Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-106  
INVESTMENT FUND CONTINUOUS DISCLOSURE
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on October 19, 2016 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-106  
INVESTMENT FUND CONTINUOUS DISCLOSURE
1.	National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 11.2 is amended by replacing paragraph (1)(d) with the following:
(d)	file an amendment to its prospectus, simplified prospectus, fund facts 
document or ETF facts document that discloses the material change in 
accordance with the requirements of securities legislation..
3.	This Instrument comes into force on March 8, 2017.
Treasury Board and Finance
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period January 1, 2016 - March 31, 2016
Function: Budget 2015 Release 
Purpose: Government of Alberta tables Budget 2015 in October 
Date: October 27, 2015 
Location: Legislature Building - Edmonton; McDougall Centre - Calgary 
Amount: $4,261.50
_______________
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period April 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016
Function: Budget 2016 Release 
Purpose: Government of Alberta tables Budget 2016 in April 
Dates: April 14, 2016 
Location: Legislature Building - Edmonton; McDougall Centre - Calgary 
Amount: $5,370.92
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 Excite 
Vacations Inc. on December 23, 2016.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on December 23, 2016.
Kevin P. Kelly, Kelly Law.
Notice of Final Meeting in the matter of Voluntary Winding-Up
Banff Heritage Tourism Corporation
(Companies Act)
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, 
R.S.A. 2000, c. C-21. Nancy DaDalt was appointed by the Company as the 
Liquidator.
TAKE NOTICE THAT a Final Meeting of the Company as required pursuant to 
Part 10 (Division 5), Section 271 of the Companies Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. C-21 will be 
held on March 17, 2017 commencing at 2:00pm at 202 - 216 Banff Avenue, Banff, 
Alberta.
Dated at Banff, Alberta on February, 13, 2017.
4-5	Eric Harvie, Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of Calgary
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The City of Calgary will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Calgary Power 
Reception Hall, Municipal Building, 800 Macleod Trail, S.E., Calgary, Alberta, on 
Thursday, April 20, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., the following listed lands:
Item
Roll Number
Legal Description
1
004-01900-6
9913044;6;36
3
005-18170-6
9910007;30;18
4
005-18630-9
9910007;31;30
5
005-24700-2
0113000;1;5
6
006-04110-7
8910878;9;26
7
010-10330-7
686LK;64;36
8
010-17560-2
7810545;7;51
9
016-14250-7
7810818;2;18
10
016-50290-8
7711096;30
11
017-01520-7
731452;48;5
12
018-10070-1
731285;16;22
13
018-13480-9
7811521;8;11
14
022-10450-9
7510568;32;36
15
023-03130-5
883GT;4;4
16
027-04120-1
8010517;4;43
17
028-00480-2
7811157;2;18
18
028-14310-5
7911471;11;81
19
028-25660-0
8111874;3;75
21
029-25610-4
8010774;59;6
22
030-00710-8
7410224;2;1
23
030-10940-9
7611049;30;35
24
035-12540-0
8647GT;1;3
25
038-60178-7
9111002;14
26
039-00975-8
2981FU;26;11C
27
039-02390-8
4610AJ;6;10
28
041-02810-1
5072HG;14;14B
29
042-06300-8
4994GI;55;9
30
044-11870-1
8100AF;35;14,15
31
044-11880-0
8100AF;35;16,17
32
045-17030-5
3955R;10;8-10
33
046-02030-1
1367O;1;19,20
34
050-16000-1
7610016;12;47
35
050-16170-2
7610046;1;56
36
050-19470-3
7611294;26;22
37
050-59022-3
9010456;1
38
051-00183-2
1280AJ;10A;1-9
39
051-06040-8
731571;15;1
40
051-08440-8
7410707;20;17
41
051-10370-3
7510078;25;30
42
051-17250-0
7710896;53;27
44
052-05790-8
1844LK;8;36
45
053-03520-0
5571JK;6;6
46
053-04130-7
5897JK;7;6
47
053-07140-3
6689JK;4;17
48
053-14300-4
132LK;11;4
49
053-20960-7
1547LK;1;45
50
054-50070-7
9812629;12
51
055-50384-1
9912606;41
52
056-07540-1
4647V;110;13
53
057-01800-4
470P;23;30,31
54
057-57954-2
9010965;17
55
057-59900-3
0012750;14
56
057-59968-0
0012750;48
57
059-11760-6
5612FO;9;8
58
062-50270-3
7810758;28
59
063-09100-3
8110106;3;73
60
063-15630-1
8810784;2;36
61
063-20180-0
0110593;;1
62
064-10860-8
4994HN;2;13
63
064-15830-6
6123HK;7;4
64
064-16940-2
6123HK;10;38
65
066-00760-0
1904FU;271;15
66
066-13880-1
5700AG;228;9
67
066-52840-7
0112266;86
68
067-83822-7
9110966;62
69
067-86100-5
9310779;43
70
067-86734-1
9410576;1
71
067-86736-6
9410576;2
72
067-86738-2
9410576;3
73
067-86740-8
9410576;4
74
067-86742-4
9410576;5
75
067-86744-0
9410576;6
76
067-88704-2
9612647;11
77
067-88968-3
9612647;143
78
067-95378-6
0012878;57
79
068-12240-7
SC;77;5,6
80
068-12250-6
SC;77;7,8
81
068-12450-2
SC;77;35,36
83
068-55780-0
9611585;94
84
068-55820-4
9611610;3
85
068-55902-0
9611610;44
86
068-58332-7
0013189;118
87
069-03570-7
A3;5;27
88
071-06300-2
7680AM;12;33,34
89
071-09880-0
3689JK;9;9
90
071-11520-8
7710886;13;5
91
072-03340-0
2700AH;40;D
92
072-07850-4
7913HU;3;19
93
072-08060-9
7913HU;4;18
94
072-11110-7
1631JK;11;33
96
072-55270-6
9911466;1
97
072-55272-2
9911466;2
98
072-55274-8
9911466;3
99
072-55276-3
9911466;4
100
072-55278-9
9911466;5
101
072-55280-5
9911466;6
102
073-04410-9
7682JK;14;12
103
073-05090-8
7682JK;16;10
104
073-22650-8
7610862;55;58
105
073-51840-9
8811401;23
106
073-98558-2
MH-Penbrooke Estates-99
107
075-01250-0
1231JK;4;8
108
075-03075-9
2425AC;N;C
109
075-03080-9
2425AC;N;C
110
075-04315-8
2900W;H;27,28
111
075-05780-2
3877HJ;9;19
112
075-06550-8
4920HN;4;2
113
075-07060-7
4920HN;5;18
114
075-11630-1
6938JK;2;19
115
075-17740-2
924LK;3;32
116
076-02020-5
2487HJ;4;3
117
076-02900-8
3244GR;15;14
118
078-01520-3
4040N;4;12
119
080-52860-7
7710241;21
120
081-52510-7
8111474;13
121
081-52740-0
8111474;36
122
082-13050-1
5661O;11;29,30
124
085-14820-3
9711283;31;34
125
086-03565-6
1365AH;98;27,28
126
086-57072-8
9010264;51
127
086-57956-2
9111388;110
128
088-14300-3
5770AJ;7;23,24
129
090-05335-6
5793U;2;22,23
130
094-10900-6
8911583;27;56
131
094-15250-1
9110076;24;125
133
102-55580-2
0012941;14
134
104-02540-8
377JK;8;7
135
111-03730-5
1706HQ;11;36
136
111-07480-3
3215HG;6;23
137
112-03000-2
2832HQ;2;9
138
112-12770-9
8409HP;22;21
139
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201-95745-3
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202-00157-4
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202-01783-6
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202-01865-1
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202-02804-9
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202-05525-7
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414-03930-5
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414-08260-2
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417-02500-4
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439-03690-6
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440-06330-3
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441-03050-9
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442-09630-1
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446-09510-1
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487-10460-6
0012144;38;7
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488-04770-5
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522-05520-1
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524-11660-5
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560-14570-8
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560-15190-4
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560-98148-2
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308
560-98536-8
MH-Chateau Estates-808
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579-01850-8
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579-10060-3
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579-11700-3
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711-05800-8
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730-04420-3
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754-01210-2
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754-01800-0
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754-14660-3
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318
754-14700-7
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757-07290-5
8711242;42;10
320
759-04540-4
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321
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323
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325
789-03630-8
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326
789-09880-3
9911313;20;18
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 City of 
Calgary 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 The City 
of Calgary.
The City of Calgary may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
In accordance with Section 424(1) and (3) of the Municipal Government Act, (1) 
"The municipality at whose request a tax recovery notification was endorsed on the 
certificate of title for a parcel of land may become the owner of the parcel after the 
public auction, if the parcel is not sold at the public auction," (3) "A municipality that 
becomes the owner of a parcel of land pursuant to subsection (1) acquires the land 
free of all encumbrances, except (a) encumbrances arising from claims of the Crown 
in right of Canada, (b) irrigation of drainage debentures, (c) registered easements and 
instrument, (d) right of entry orders."
Terms: On all improved property, one-third cash (or cheque) is required on the date of 
sale and the balance within 30 days. On all other property, one-third cash (or cheque), 
with a minimum cash payment of $500, is required on the date of sale and the balance 
due being payable within 60 days of the date of sale, with interest at prime plus one 
per cent per annum calculated on the unpaid balance. 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 date of the sale.
For a list of the addresses please visit www.calgary.ca/propertytax. 
The reserve bids will be available online approximately on 2017 April 11.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, February 3, 2017.
Michael Perkins 
Manager, Tax, Receivable & Payable 
Finance.
______________
City of Camrose
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Camrose will offer for sale, by public auction, at Camrose City Hall, 
Council Chambers 5204-50 Ave, Camrose, Alberta, on Monday, April 10, 2017, at 
10:00 a.m., the following lands:
C. of T. Number
Plan
Block
Lot
992017926
3706ET
17
7
022491936
3706ET
18
16
122287247
7620345
57
4
882207656
8520631
36
21
Each parcel offered for sale will be 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 City of 
Camrose 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 ability to 
develop 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 City.
The City of Camrose may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land that is not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque. A 10% deposit is payable upon the 
acceptance of the bid at public auction. The balance of the accepted bid is due by 
April 24, 2017 or the deposit will be forfeited and the City will consider the next bid. 
GST may apply on lands sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Camrose, Alberta, February 7, 2017.
Darren Lockhart, Director of Accounting & Assessment.
______________
City of Edmonton
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The City of Edmonton will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
City Hall, Edmonton, Alberta, on Thursday, April 20, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Item 
No
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
PROPERTY ADDRESS
1	
Plan: 8023191  Unit: 12
109 14004 26 Street NW
2	
Plan: 8023191  Unit: 15
206 14004 26 Street NW
3	
Plan: 8023171  Unit: 13
15128 45 Avenue NW
4	
Plan: 8120494  Unit: 27
11 10131 154 Street NW
5	
Plan: 8121672  Block: 21  Lot: 3
3525 43A Avenue NW
6	
Plan: 8121927  Block: 34  Lot: 95
4112 38 Street NW
7	
Plan: 8121673  Block: 34  Lot: 27
105 Kiniski Crescent NW
8	
Plan: 8121673  Block: 35  Lot: 4
438 Kirkpatrick Crescent NW
9	
Plan: 8121673  Block: 36  Lot: 121
385 Kirkpatrick Crescent NW
10	
Plan: 1659TR  Lot: 1
104 17 Street SW
11	
Plan: 5302KS  Block: M
21740 Stony Plain Road NW
12	
Plan: 3176KS  Block: 1  Lot: 16
15026 86 Avenue NW
13	
Plan: 8020358  Block: 2  Lot: 17
7908 18 Street NW
14	
Plan: 8220617  Block: 77  Lot: 55
8015 189 Street NW
15	
Plan: 8220617  Block: 79  Lot: 17
18936 80 Avenue NW
16	
Plan: 8221724  Block: 39  Lot: 124
5416 188 Street NW
17	
Plan: 8222470  Unit: 53
53 1503 Mill Woods Road East NW
18	
Plan: 6378MC  Block: 4  Lot: 78
16809 95 Avenue NW
19	
Plan: 5976HW  Block: 7A  Lot: 24
8901 151 Street NW
20	
Plan: 6530ET  Block: 7  Lot: 7
9526 155 Street NW
21	
Plan: 8322247  Block: 3  Lot: 94
128 Walker Road NW
22	
Plan: 8322766  Block: 52  Lot: 20
8004 157 Avenue NW
23	
Plan: 701KS  Block: 49  Lot: 15
10826 151 Street NW
24	
Plan: 4803KS  Block: 54  Lot: 15
10631 151 Street NW
25	
Plan 5908RS Block 9 Lot 40A and the 
East two feet of Lot 41A
17512 85 Avenue NW
26	
Plan: 7720736  Unit: 35
17070 67 Avenue NW
27	
Plan: 7821059  Block: 47  Lot: 9A
9792 182 Street NW
28	
Plan: 7922441  Block: 50  Lot: 13
18223 99A Avenue NW
29	
Plan: 7621606  Block: 35  Lot: 9
18324 70 Avenue NW
30	
Plan: 2630KS  Block: 4  Lot: 7
9143 142 Street NW
31	
Plan: 1760KS  Block: 1  Lot: 42
9026 142 Street NW
32	
Plan: 1631AQ  Block: 8A  Lot: 48
14604 103 Avenue NW
33	
Plan: 5887HW  Block: 8  Lot: 54
10723 149 Street NW
34	
Plan: 5887HW  Block: 17  Lot: 20
10819 149 Street NW
35	
Plan: 3785KS  Block: 9  Lot: 7
13311 138 Street NW
36	
Plan: 4479KS  Block: 17  Lot: 29
13323 133 Avenue NW
37	
Plan: 4124MC  Block: 25  Lot: 48
11724 136 Avenue NW
38	
Plan: 2987MC  Block: 29  Lot: 49
11420 134 Avenue NW
39	
Plan: 2923R  Block: B  Lot: 18
12743 115 Street NW
40	
Plan: 7922929  Block: 4  Lot: 6A
11828 124 Street NW
41	
Plan: 7922929  Block: 4  Lot: 6B
11830 124 Street NW
42	
Plan: 3624HW  Block: 9  Lot: 4
10954 135 Street NW
43	
Plan: 1568HW  Block: 4  Lot: 4
11519 St Albert Trail NW
44	
Plan: 5844HW  Block: 18  Lot: 49
14019 122B Avenue NW
45	
Plan: 8420516  Unit: 50
29 9619 180 Street NW
46	
Plan: 8421192  Block: 67  Lot: 19
336 Warwick Road NW
47	
Plan: 8421294  Unit: 31
63 2703 79 Street NW
48	
Plan: 8622917  Unit: 183
2101 9909 104 Street NW
49	
Plan: 2109HW  Block: 11A  Lot: 8
11210 109 Avenue NW
50	
Plan: 7720017  Unit: 3
105 10320 113 Street NW
51	
Plan: 3159HW  Block: 15B  Lot: 23
11452 112 Avenue NW
52	
Plan: ND  Block: 20  Lot: 16
9537 106A Avenue NW
53	
Plan: ND  Block: 20  Lot: 41
9514 106 Avenue NW
54	
Plan: 9121056  Unit: 28
205 3611 145 Avenue NW
55	
Plan: 9123799  Unit: 17
303 5316 118 Avenue NW
56	
Plan: 9220314  Block: 59  Lot: 4
114 Cherry Grove Place NW
57	
Plan: 448HW  Lot: J
9231 110A Avenue NW
58	
Plan: 3169ET  Lot: 2
11043 95 Street NW
59	
Plan: 9222584  Block: 57  Lot: 15A
12920 Stony Plain Road NW
60	
Plan: 9223152  Block: 3  Lot: 45
129 Blackburn Drive West SW
61	
Plan: 9223275  Block: 45  Lot: 58
7519 186 Street NW
62	
Plan: 9223811  Block: 1  Lot: 121
8020 17A Avenue NW
63	
Plan: 9321811  Unit: 10
4027 38 Street NW
64	
Plan: 9323130  Unit: 108
314 10636 120 Street NW
65	
Plan: 8722879  Unit: 23
302 13910 Stony Plain Road NW
66	
Plan: RN43  Block: 14  Lot: 10
11233 96 Street NW
67	
Plan: RN43  Block: 20  Lot: 21
11738 95 Street NW
68	
Plan: 8921535  Block: 49  Lot: 91A
3324 43 Street NW
69	
Plan: 9020595  Unit: 69
318 5730 Riverbend Road NW
70	
Plan: 9020932  Unit: 20
Condo Parking Unit
71	
Plan: 9020932  Unit: 25
Condo Parking Unit
72	
Plan: RN50  Block: 114  Lot: 26
11412 82 Street NW
73	
Plan: 9022120  Block: 18  Lot: 42
122 Twin Brooks Cove NW
74	
Plan: 9420457  Unit: 13
206 10330 104 Street NW
75	
Plan: 512V  Block: 84  Lot: 17
11242 86 Street NW
76	
Plan: 823AI Block: 13 Portion of Lot 3
11908A 62 Street NW
77	
Plan: 9520169  Unit: 7
7 300 Hooper Crescent NW
78	
Plan: 9521141  Block: 41  Lot: 34
6716 161 Avenue NW
79	
Plan: 9521141  Block: 42  Lot: 30
6709 162A Avenue NW
80	
Plan: 9521526  Block: 142  Lot: 36
10942 81 Avenue NW
81	
Plan: 9321363  Lot: 101
1 6712 112 Street NW
82	
Plan: 600U  Block: 15  Lot: 28
11308 66 Street NW
83	
Plan: 3845HW  Block: 50  Lot: 8
11932 51 Street NW
84	
Plan: 2645KS  Block: 76  Lot: 7
12228 54 Street NW
85	
Plan: 8022250  Block: 20  Lot: 7B
12035 89 Street NW
86	
Plan: RN94  Block: 30  Lot: 3
12213 86 Street NW
87	
Plan: 1710KS  Block: 32  Lot: 8
4017 113 Avenue NW
88	
Plan: 4719HW  Block: 21  Lot: 5
12021 47 Street NW
89	
Plan: 4782HW  Block: 14  Lot: 8
12130 39 Street NW
90	
Plan: 8020322  Block: 49  Lot: 21
3916 123 Avenue NW
91	
Plan: 7620069  Unit: 70
534 Abbottsfield Road NW
92	
Plan: 7520415  Unit: 88
211 Abbottsfield Road NW
93	
Plan: 4313TR  Block: 12  Lot: 13
83 Hamilton Crescent NW
94	
Plan: 4907TR  Block: 15  Lot: 8
32 Harrow Circle NW
95	
Plan: 4907TR  Block: 15  Lot: 56
82 Henry Avenue NW
96	
Plan: 7820805  Unit: 18
1217 Hooke Road NW
97	
Plan: 7823357  Unit: 4
3127 144 Avenue NW
98	
Plan: 7520091  Block: 12  Lot: 25
3239 130 Avenue NW
99	
Plan: 4545TR  Block: 15  Lot: 6A
3707 134 Avenue NW
100	
Plan: 8022845  Unit: 11
3223 139 Avenue NW
101	
Plan: 7820905  Block: 72  Lot: 100
13919 23 Street NW
102	
Plan: 7820118  Block: 76  Lot: 54
14203 22 Street NW
103	
Plan: 2160V  Block: 5  Lot: 7
12032 95 Street NW
104	
Plan: 6166KS  Block: 5  Lot: 22
10531 Lauderdale Road NW
105	
Plan: 2214MC  Block: 11  Lot: 11
13223 85 Street NW
106	
Plan: 4054MC  Block: 12  Lot: 30
8712 135 Avenue NW
107	
Plan: 5964KS  Block: 3  Lot: 8
7935 128A Avenue NW
108	
Plan: 731MC  Block: 8  Lot: 12
12812 73 Street NW
109	
Plan: 5435V  Block: 5  Lot: 17
12820 67 Street NW
110	
Plan: 1428NY  Block: 17  Lot: 11
7711 134B Avenue NW
111	
Plan: 224KS  Block: 6  Lot: 17
13008 62 Street NW
112	
Plan: 798MC  Block: 29A  Lot: 55
6303 132A Avenue NW
113	
Plan: 2552S  Block: 2  Lot: 34
12742 Fort Road NW
114	
Plan: CD363  Unit: 54
711 Village On The Green NW
115	
Plan: CD363  Unit: 94
312 Village On The Green NW
116	
Plan: 5435NY  Block: 23  Lot: 16
5707 143 Avenue NW
117	
Plan: 5435NY  Block: 23  Lot: 49
5404 142A Avenue NW
118	
Plan: CD3239  Unit: 205
7 14125 82 Street NW
119	
Plan: 2547RS  Block: 27  Lot: 40
9311 151 Avenue NW
120	
Plan: 7721588  Block: 16  Lot: 152
12208 144 Avenue NW
121	
Plan: 7921560  Unit: 37
13883 114 Street NW
122	
Plan: 7521648  Block: 51  Lot: 14
11410 162A Avenue NW
123	
Plan: 7722048  Block: 1  Lot: 156
9930 173 Avenue NW
124	
Plan: 7621802  Block: 20  Lot: 5
10828 170 Avenue NW
125	
Plan: 7621802  Block: 20  Lot: 15
16916 108 Street NW
126	
Plan: 7922524  Block: 29  Lot: 14
10111 162A Avenue NW
127	
Plan: 7520496  Block: 34  Lot: 31
16512 104 Street NW
128	
Plan: 7823054  Unit: 29
119 10633 31 Avenue NW
129	
Plan: 7823054  Unit: 50
128 10633 31 Avenue NW
130	
Plan: 7921826  Unit: 28
10441 24 Avenue NW
131	
Plan: 7921326  Unit: 9
200 11011 86 Avenue NW
132	
Plan: 7921635  Block: 23  Lot: 7
1516 109 Street NW
133	
Plan: 3824HW  Block: 1  Lot: 4
7920 119 Street NW
134	
Plan: 3073NY  Block: 45  Lot: 7
11727 39A Avenue NW
135	
Plan: 8438ET  Block: 8  Lot: F
9336 91 Street NW
136	
Plan: 2874P  Block: 1  Lot: 11
8853 95 Street NW
137	
Plan: 2239X Block: 16 Lot: 26 & 27
9934 70 Avenue NW
138	
Plan: 7821552  Block: 21  Lot: 6
3460 93 Street NW
139	
Plan: 7620328  Unit: 20
468 Lee Ridge Road NW
140	
Plan: 3404MC  Block: 46  Lot: 10
5905 90A Avenue NW
141	
Plan: 6465MC  Block: 68  Lot: 1
8507 64 Street NW
142	
Plan: 3100TR  Block: 26  Lot: 1A
4233 85 Street NW
143	
Plan: 7520945  Block: 40  Lot: 50
6804 40 Avenue NW
144	
Plan: 3384TR  Block: 3  Lot: 5
6811 32 Avenue NW
145	
Plan: 7921894  Unit: 38
1032 Lakewood Road North NW
146	
Plan: 7920002  Unit: 48
1400 Lakewood Road West NW
147	
Plan: 7921815  Unit: 52
1133 Knottwood Road East NW
148	
Plan: 7621269  Block: 32  Lot: 101
1149 72 Street NW
149	
Plan: 7721465  Block: 3  Lot: 56
3944 62 Street NW
150	
Plan: 7721465  Block: 8  Lot: 76
3944 57 Street NW
151	
Plan: 8020807  Unit: 27
5405 Hill View Crescent NW
152	
Plan: 7721467  Block: 23  Lot: 12
6226 36A Avenue NW
153	
Plan: 7922359  Block: 14  Lot: 18
4539 35A Avenue NW
154	
Plan: 8022954  Block: 21  Lot: 133
3316 48 Street NW
155	
Plan: 7823024  Block: 11  Lot: 56
2016 49 Street NW
156	
Plan: 7823018  Block: 20  Lot: 73
1851 35 Street NW
157	
Plan: 7823018  Block: 29  Lot: 8
1731 36 Street NW
158	
Plan: 7823021  Block: 31  Lot: 123
3727 10 Avenue NW
159	
Plan: 7823021  Block: 31  Lot: 170
4011 10 Avenue NW
160	
Plan: 7823021  Block: 36  Lot: 26
4008 10 Avenue NW
161	
Plan: 7823021  Block: 43  Lot: 91
1119 49 Street NW
162	
Plan: 9623009  Block: 1  Lot: 9
303 Hunters Run NW
163	
Plan: 9624307  Block: 2  Lot: 11
413 Blackburn Drive East SW
164	
Plan: 9722155  Block: 14  Lot: 73
4044 29 Street NW
165	
Plan: 9723238  Unit: 2
4284 93 Street NW
166	
Plan: 9723254  Block: 7  Lot: 36
1018 Ormsby Crescent NW
167	
Plan: 9820899  Unit: 90
205 4220 139 Avenue NW
168	
Plan: 9823312  Block: 31  Lot: 18
1832 Tomlinson Crescent NW
169	
Plan: 9824170  Block: 85  Lot: 40
8004 165 Avenue NW
170	
Plan: 9825465  Block: 9  Lot: 142
903 Breckenridge Court NW
171	
Plan: 9824448  Block: 8  Lot: 46
2827 41A Avenue NW
172	
Plan: 9825945  Block: 17  Lot: 19
18844 49 Avenue NW
173	
Plan: 9826140  Block: 5  Lot: 85
720 Glenwright Court NW
174	
Plan: 9926078  Block: 85  Lot: 20
11708 170 Avenue NW
175	
Plan: 0022822  Block: 32  Lot: 25
15040 135 Street NW
176	
Plan: 0022936  Unit: 31
31 11010 124 Street NW
177	
Plan: 0023214  Block: 2  Lot: 5
3212 27 Avenue NW
178	
Plan: 0024423  Unit: 27
10084 164 Street NW
179	
Plan: 0121819  Block: 5  Lot: 95
15914 132 Street NW
180	
Plan: 0122679  Unit: 165
213 10951 124 Street NW
181	
Plan: 0124008  Block: 108  Lot: 83
16363 87 Street NW
182	
Plan: 0124303  Block: 88  Lot: 2
10707 176A Avenue NW
183	
Plan: 0124481  Block: 3  Lot: 62
169 Easton Road SW
184	
Plan: 0221518  Block: 42  Lot: 15
4528 Turner Square NW
185	
Plan: 0222660  Block: 1  Lot: 4
536 90 Street SW
186	
Plan: 0223820  Block: 13  Lot: 37
4304 151A Avenue NW
187	
Plan: 0223937  Block: 8  Lot: 49
12946 160A Avenue NW
188	
Plan: 0225459  Block: 38  Lot: 1
14004 151 Avenue NW
189	
Plan: 0225840  Unit: 6
201 10105 109 Street NW
190	
Plan: 0225840  Unit: 26
601 10105 109 Street NW
191	
Plan: 0226719  Block: 4  Lot: 48
20121 53 Avenue NW
192	
Plan: 0226905  Block: 28  Lot: 126
19055 49 Avenue NW
193	
Plan: 0226651  Block: 53  Lot: 211
15812 139 Street NW
194	
Plan: 0227233  Block: 49  Lot: 2
16207 52 Street NW
195	
Plan: 0320648  Block: 11  Lot: 25
12933 162A Avenue NW
196	
Plan: 0323273  Block: 37  Lot: 39
15128 141 Street NW
197	
Plan: 0323865  Block: 6  Lot: 28
211 84 Street SW
198	
Plan: 0323865  Block: 6  Lot: 15
218 85 Street SW
199	
Plan: 0324149  Unit: 10
302 12710 127 Street NW
200	
Plan: 0324545  Block: 14  Lot: 33
13008 162 Avenue NW
201	
Plan: 0421724  Unit: 106
333 11325 83 Street NW
202	
Plan: 0423249  Block: 52  Lot: 21
5535 163 Avenue NW
203	
Plan: 0423327  Block: 1  Lot: 86
17414 88 Street NW
204	
Plan: 0424037  Unit: 145
125 230 Edwards Drive SW
205	
Plan: 0424356  Unit: 218
Condo Parking Unit
206	
Plan: 0424857  Block: 14  Lot: 8
1463 McMillian Way SW
207	
Plan: 0424882  Unit: 62
407 10147 112 Street NW
208	
Plan: 0425636  Unit: 86
420 4312 139 Avenue NW
209	
Plan: 0425913  Unit: 83
702 10024 Jasper Avenue NW
210	
Plan: 0426348  Block: 1  Lot: 57
4009 158 Avenue NW
211	
Plan: 0426367  Block: 84  Lot: 73
7361 Singer Way NW
212	
Plan: 0426367  Block: 85  Lot: 19
7316 Singer Way NW
213	
Plan: 0520092  Block: 86  Lot: 1
7016 South Terwillegar Drive NW
214	
Plan: 0522151  Unit: 111
415 17011 67 Avenue NW
215	
Plan: 0522339  Block: 37  Lot: 156
14126 148A Avenue NW
216	
Plan: 0523040  Unit: 42
307 9116 106 Avenue NW
217	
Plan: 0523043  Block: 20  Lot: 32
4824 154 Avenue NW
218	
Plan: 0526342  Unit: 100
Condo Parking Unit
219	
Plan: 0526418  Block: 7  Lot: 127
20304 47 Avenue NW
220	
Plan: 0526631  Block: 12  Lot: 13
20516 48 Avenue NW
221	
Plan: 0621415  Unit: 88
315 3425 19 Street NW
222	
Plan: 0621532  Block: 58  Lot: 25
5416 162B Avenue NW
223	
Plan: 0622510  Unit: 17
17 4755 Terwillegar Common NW
224	
Plan: 0526651  Unit: 35
183 5604 199 Street NW
225	
Plan: 0626012  Block: 4  Lot: 28
6231 4 Avenue SW
226	
Plan: 0626087  Block: 11  Lot: 4A
6109 8 Avenue SW
227	
Plan: 0628157  Unit: 16
17 10164 150 Street NW
228	
Plan: 0721338  Unit: 2
12829 66 Street NW
229	
Plan: 0721459  Unit: 22
307 11040 129 Street NW
230	
Plan: 0724279  Unit: 5
5 10812 115 Street NW
231	
Plan: 0725425  Unit: 116
Condo Parking Unit
232	
Plan: 0728028  Unit: 1
10325 157 Street NW
233	
Plan: 0729585  Unit: 33
1-213 4245 139 Avenue NW
234	
Plan: 0729111  Unit: 7
7 1901 126 Street SW
235	
Plan: 0724479  Unit: 173
107 4403 23 Street NW
236	
Plan: 0729436  Block: 13  Lot: 30
2425 Austin Crescent SW
237	
Plan: 0729907  Block: 5  Lot: 46
6104 13 Avenue SW
238	
Plan: 0740868  Unit: 28
409 8021 115 Avenue NW
239	
Plan: 0820126  Block: 1  Lot: 67
16708 58 Street NW
240	
Plan: 0820128  Unit: 448
2422 320 Clareview Station Drive NW
241	
Plan: 0820868  Unit: 3
103 13035 69 Street NW
242	
Plan: 0821372  Unit: 55
221 10531 117 Street NW
243	
Plan: 0821372  Unit: 234
Condo Parking Unit
244	
Plan: 0740718  Unit: 1047
3308 7347 South Terwillegar Drive NW
245	
Plan: 0740718  Unit: 1072
Condo Parking Unit
246	
Plan: 0740718  Unit: 1073
Condo Parking Unit
247	
Plan: 0825422  Unit: 21
12 1804 70 Street SW
248	
Plan: 0829220  Unit: 201
Condo Parking Unit
249	
Plan: 5229AD  Block: 21  Lot: 5
15347 Stony Plain Road NW
250	
Plan: 0926265  Unit: 12
113 10118 106 Avenue NW
251	
Plan: 0926265  Unit: 24
210 10118 106 Avenue NW
252	
Plan: 1021110  Block: 3  Lot: 107
16893 58A Street NW
253	
Plan: 1024283  Unit: 2
10338 161 Street NW
254	
Plan: 1024829  Block: 10  Lot: 20B
2846 18A Avenue NW
255	
Plan: 1025143  Block: 17  Lot: 49A
519 Watt Boulevard SW
256	
Plan: 1025169  Block: 4  Lot: 36
3435 Goodridge Link NW
257	
Plan: 1120537  Block: 2  Lot: 53
964 175 Street SW
258	
Plan: 1123055  Unit: 322
Condo Parking Unit
259	
Plan: 1123280  Block: 8  Lot: 91
6604 Cardinal Road SW
260	
Plan: 1124310  Block: 32  Lot: 172
1807 80 Street SW
261	
Plan: 1125879  Block: 3  Lot: 22
2132 Glenridding Way SW
262	
Plan: 1223707  Block: 12  Lot: 73
416 Secord Boulevard NW
263	
Plan: 1321828  Unit: 13
10 9903 209 Street NW
264	
Plan: 1322403  Unit: 1
9643 41 Avenue NW
265	
Plan: 1322576  Unit: 9
Condo Walk Up Unit
266	
Plan: 1324228  Block: 3  Lot: 29
3379 14 Avenue NW
267	
Plan: 1325192  Unit: 4
38 2004 Trumpeter Way NW
268	
Plan: 1325223  Block: 6  Lot: 11
10838 66 Avenue NW
269	
Plan: 1420755  Unit: 91
310 1070 McConachie Boulevard NW
270	
Plan: 1420755  Unit: 127
403 1070 McConachie Boulevard NW
Each parcel of land offered for sale at the Public Auction will be subject to a reserve 
bid. Redemption of a parcel of land offered for sale may be effected by certified 
payment of all arrears of taxes, penalties and costs at any time prior to the date of the 
Public Auction. The City of Edmonton may, after the Public Auction, become the 
owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the Public Auction.
Terms and Conditions of Sale for the Public Auction:  Purchase price payable by 
10% deposit and balance payable within 30 days of the date of the Public Auction.  
GST will apply to all applicable lands sold at the Public Auction. The Closing Date 
shall be 30 days after the date of the Public Auction. The successful bidder shall take 
title subject to the conditions and reservations contained in the existing certificate of 
title and specifically all registrations registered, as of the date of the Public Auction 
against the title to the lands sold. The possession and adjustment date shall be the 
Closing Date. As of the Closing Date the successful bidder shall be responsible for  
the payment of all taxes, rates, levies, charges, local improvement charges, 
assessments, utility charges and hook-up fees, with respect to the lands sold. All 
adjustments for rent or other profits or items commonly adjusted on a sale of real 
property with respect to the lands sold shall be made as of the Closing Date. The 
successful bidder shall be responsible for and shall assume all liability for the refund 
of all security deposits or fees and applicable interest thereon, which, as of the 
Closing Date, shall be owing and payable by the landlord, pursuant to the Residential 
Tenancies Act, S.A. 2004, c. R-17.1, with respect to the lands sold and all 
condominium contributions or fees which, as of the Closing Date, shall be owing and 
payable, pursuant to the Condominium Property Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. C-22, with 
respect to the lands sold. The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" 
basis and The City of Edmonton makes no representation and gives no warranty 
whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, 
building and development conditions, absence or presence of environmental 
contamination, vacant possession, or the developability of the lands for any intended 
use by the successful bidder. No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to 
attach conditions to the sale of any parcel of land. No terms and conditions of sale 
will be considered other than those specified by The City of Edmonton. The 
successful bidder shall be required to execute a Sale Agreement in a form and content 
acceptable to The City of Edmonton.
For a list of the addresses and to view the Terms and Conditions of Sale please visit 
edmonton.ca/taxsale.  Please contact our Customer Services Centre by calling 311 or 
780-442-5311 (if outside Edmonton) for any further inquiries regarding the Public 
Auction.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, February 10, 2017
Kanwal Lali, Director of Taxation.
_____________
City of St. Albert
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of St. Albert will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Douglas Cardinal 
Boardroom, Third Floor, St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert, Alberta, on 
Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:

Lot or 
Unit
Block
Plan
1
75

8022385
2
142A
10
8722272
3
18
18
4448TR
4
10
5
153NY
5
13C
1
7821929
6
6

9623649
7
5
1
4708RS
8
38
2
4708RS
9
27
13
3678RS
10
34
1
0324400
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.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Terms: 10% deposit and balance payable within 30 days of the date of the Public 
Auction.  G.S.T. will apply to all applicable lands.
The City of St. Albert may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the City of St. 
Albert makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the 
developability of the lands for any intended use by the successful bidder. No bid will 
be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions to the sale of any parcel of 
land. No terms and conditions will be considered other than those specified by the 
City of St. Albert. The minimum reserve bid cannot be lower than the market value 
estimate predetermined by the City Assessor. The successful bidder shall be required 
to execute a Sale Agreement in a form and substance acceptable to The City of St. 
Albert. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
Dated at St. Albert, Alberta, February 14, 2017.
Director, Assessment and Taxation Services.
______________
Rocky View County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Rocky View County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Municipal Office, 
911 - 32 Avenue NE Calgary, Alberta, on Friday, April 21, 2017, at 2:00 p.m., the 
following lands:
Title
LINC #
Lot
Blk
Plan
Qtr
Sec
Twp
Rge
Mer
071278505
0032332900
2
1
0711609
NW
28
22
28
04
141165230
0029906443
Unit 
31

0311426
NE
22
23
27
04
061461708
0031446537
2
15
0514172
NE
22
23
27
04
041287233
0026609610


RY11
SE
23
23
27
04
971327804
0017578312
11

2821EZ
NW
12
23
05
05
071072872
0031602022
26
1
0610764
SE
32
24
28
04
991030521
0027761634
Unit 
104

9813459
NW
06
24
02
05
011284230
0020412037

32
7910905
NE
03
24
03
05
141025008
0031682867
11
3
0611508
SW
14
24
03
05
131137484
0034088229
29
3
0914791
NE
14
24
03
05
091378088
0030490296
5
7
0411655
SW
28
24
03
05
131297836
0031461064
6
1
0514253
SW
32
25
02
05
071462657
0024783227
16
1
9310786
SW
12
25
03
05
141156922
0033676263
7
1
0815746
SW
36
25
03
05
141140450
0033676792
7
5
0815746
SW
36
25
03
05
131161735
0033093485
3
2
0811034
SW
11
26
29
04
071036276
0017528507
3
1
7810762
NE
31
26
01
05
091353591
0031669492
3
1
0611351
NE
03
26
03
05
851122357
0016759417

7
8010026
NW
16
26
04
05
091067890
0033198284
1
23
0812064
SW
26
26
04
05
761155246
0021667985



SE
22
27
27
04
091060672
0012004529

1
8911774
NW
24
28
02
05
141080906
0021416508

Lsd  
11,12,14

NW
10
28
05
05
081163549
0032266538
4
1
0710865
NE
16
28
05
05
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. Rocky View County may, 
after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the 
public auction.
Terms: 	CASH OR CERTIFIED CHEQUE 
Deposit: 	10% of bid at the time of the sale April 21, 2017 
Balance: 	90% of bid within 30 days of receipt by Rocky View County
Goods and Services Tax (GST) applicable as per Federal Statutes.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, February 9, 2017.
Kent Robinson, General Manager.



Strathcona County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Strathcona County will offer for sale, by public auction, at County Hall, 2001 
Sherwood Drive, Sherwood Park, Alberta, on Wednesday, May 10th, 2017, at 9:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Roll Number
Title Number
M-Rg-Tp-Sc-Ps
Plan
Block
Lot
1002703005
112108292
4-20-51-02-SW
5419RS
1
3
1010304100
022145284
4-20-51-10-NW
5616RS

2
1010501003
002150432
4-20-51-10-SE



1134113008
042045031
4-21-51-34-NE
63MC
1
10
1202316093
122094958
4-22-51-02-NW
0929928
9

1205713009
862110011
4-22-51-05-SW
7520881
2
7
1223124007
142090591
4-22-51-23-NE
8922122
5
21
1224743003
062547255
4-22-51-24-SW
1300CL
2
6
2121528000
972028806
4-21-52-21-SE
7920964
1
22
2219301100
132303356
4-22-52-19-NW
0223477
1
1
2223144003
132326490
4-22-52-23-N
7920565
1
23
2231333002
802097857
4-22-52-31-NW
6338RS
2
27
2311109206
082288561
4-23-52-11-NE
0122866
1
9B
2315511002
072592146
4-23-52-15-SE
7620115
1
11
2322507001
012245634
4-23-52-22-SE
3751KS

7
2323722005
032346131
4-23-52-23-SW
5206HW

21
3203720150
072228223
4-22-53-03-SW
0620633
2
15
3212705002
952261340
4-22-53-12-SW
9523418

5
4103304004
912023218
4-21-54-03-NW
7521637

H
4212106001
132311984
4-22-54-12-NE
4676RS

E
7018008008
092188329	

4420KS
18
8
7032003001
972271304	

2286MC
32
3
7037049009
892114462	

4016MC
37
49
7061037003
122333876
4-23-52-26-NW
1372RS
61
37
7160127002
132102202
4-23-52-35-NE
675TR
160
123
7374084004
942031530

9123063
374
84
7387010000
082355800	

0627917
387
10
7510027001
982388599

CD1402
27

8040011006
102351896	

9223342
40
11
8056017001
072528343

0225234
56
17
8150048005
142000703
4-23-53-11-SE
1320020
150
48
8160020003
122098018
4-23-53-11-NE
0941261
160
20
8521901900
112395739

1125285
19

8530100493
112017185	

0120883
49

8530401718
102128710

0623346
171

8530402496
072039169001

0623346
249

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 Strathcona County 
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 the County.  No 
further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Strathcona County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10 percent deposit and balance within 30 days of the date of public auction. 
GST will apply on lands sold at the public Auction
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Sherwood Park, Alberta, February 10th, 2017.
Shelby Lemke, Property Tax Supervisor 
Assessment & Tax.






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Phone: 780-427-4952 
Fax: 780-452-0668
(Toll free in Alberta by first dialing 310-0000)
qp@gov.ab.ca
www.qp.alberta.ca
Cheques or money orders (Canadian funds only) should be made payable to the 
Government of Alberta. Payment is also accepted by Visa, MasterCard or American 
Express. No orders will be processed without payment.