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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 113	Edmonton, Friday, June 30, 2017	No. 12
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Catherine A. Fraser, Administrator.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Philip Bryden Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 9 of An Act to Reduce School Fees provides that that Act comes 
into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim An Act to Reduce School Fees in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim An Act to 
Reduce School Fees in force on the date of issue of this Proclamation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE Catherine A Fraser, Administrator of Our 
Province of Alberta, this 5th day of June in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand 
Seventeen and in the Sixty-sixth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Irfan Sabir, Provincial Secretary.
 
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
March 1, 2017 
Kucharski, Andrea Michelle Nichole of St. Paul
March 10, 2017 
Blackbeard, Kelly Brooke of Calgary 
Roy, Marie-Sylvie Natasha of Edmonton 
Smith, Cheryl Louise of Calgary 
Williams, Janis Margaret of Calgary
May 11, 2017 
Leyton, Patricia Lizett of Red Deer
June 7, 2017 
Defreitas-Clark, Allyson Ora of Calgary 
Surovy, Candace Eletha of Medicine Hat
CHANGES OF NAME
Change of Name of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
May 25, 2017 
Hallett, Jillian Lee of Hinton to Bancroft, Jillian Lee
TERMINATIONS
Termination of Non-Presiding Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
May 25, 2017 
Dawson, Katherine Louise of Medicine Hat 
Goldrup, Lisa Marie of Edmonton  
Miciak, Gilchrist Warren Andrew of Edmonton 
Peters, Tiffany Amber of Calgary 
Segboer, Edwina of Wetaskiwin 
Warren, Monique Jean of Calgary
 
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
0022 394 472
Portion N.W. 16-14-17-W4M
171 014 924
0012 316 360
N.W. 33-13-17-W4M
931 092 410+1
0013 646 914
N.E. 33-13-17-W4M
901 120 065
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow 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 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
0016 941 874
4; 21; 23; 32; SW
111 319 007 002
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.
Education
Ministerial Order No. 34/2017
(School Act)
    I, David Eggen, Minister of Education, pursuant to Sections 232(1)(e), 247(3), 
and 262 of the School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The 
Reversal of the Regionalization of Medicine Hat Catholic Separate Regional Division 
No. 20 and Electoral Ward Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, May 15, 2017.
David Eggen, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Reversal of the Regionalization of  
The Medicine Hat Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 20  
and Electoral Ward Order
WHEREAS under Ministerial Order No. 086/94, The Medicine Hat Catholic Separate 
Regional Division No. 20 (the "Regional Division") was established consisting of The 
Medicine Hat Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 21 and The Bow Island 
Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 82. 
AND WHEREAS the electors of The Bow Island Ward of the Regional Division 
voted in favour of withdrawing from the Regional Division and entering into 
negotiations with another regional division in accordance with Section 231 of the 
School Act as a result of a plebiscite held during the general election of October 21, 
2013. 
AND WHEREAS upon the execution of an agreement between the ward 
representatives of The Bow Island Ward and The Board of Trustees of The Holy 
Spirit Roman Catholic Regional Division No. 4, Ministerial Order No. 012/2014 took 
all the land in The Bow Island Ward out of the Regional Division and added said land 
to The Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Regional Division No. 4. 
AND WHEREAS upon the removal of The Bow Island Ward from the Regional 
Division, the Regional Division was left with one ward, The Medicine Hat Roman 
Catholic Separate School District Ward, which made up The Medicine Hat Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 21 prior to regionalization. 
AND WHEREAS Section 232(1)(e) of the School Act authorizes the Minister to deal 
with any other matter respecting or resulting from the addition of a ward to a different 
regional division.
1	Pursuant to Section 232(1)(e) of the School Act, Ministerial Order No. 086/94 
being The Medicine Hat Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 20 
Establishment Order, dated August 9, 1994, is hereby repealed by this Order and 
the Regional Division is dissolved.
2	Pursuant to Section 232(1)(e) of the School Act, the board and the geographic 
territory of the Regional Division is re-established as the board and geographic 
territory of The Medicine Hat Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 21 
(the "School District") .
3	All assets and liabilities of the board of the Regional Division are hereby 
transferred to the board of the School District.
4		The board of the School District shall retain the corporate name of The Medicine 
Hat Catholic Board of Education, as was approved for the Regional Division in 
Ministerial Order 170/94.
5	Pursuant to Section 247(3) of the School Act, and at the request of the School 
District in Bylaw No. 2017/01, the number of trustees to be elected to the board 
shall be increased from four (4) to five (5).
6	Bylaw No. 2017/01, passed February 14, 2017, being a bylaw to provide for the 
nomination and election of trustees, is hereby approved.
7	The nomination and election of trustees shall be by wards as follows:
(a)	Five (5) trustees shall be elected at large from Ward 1.
8	The boundaries of the ward referred to in Section 7 are described as follows:
(a)	Ward 1 (The Medicine Hat Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 
21 Ward) shall be comprised of the following lands: 
Township 11, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 29 to 32 inclusive.
Township 11, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 25 to 36 inclusive.
Township 11, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 25 and 26; Sections 31 to 36 inclusive; East half of Section 27; 
Northwest quarter of Section 30.
Township 12, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 5 to 8 inclusive; Sections 17 to 21 inclusive; Sections 28 to 33 
inclusive.
Township 12, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
Township 12, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
Township 13, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 5 to 8 inclusive; Sections 17 to 20 inclusive; Sections 30 and 31.
Township 13, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
Township 13, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 30 inclusive; Sections 33 to 36 inclusive.
Township 14, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 3 to 9 inclusive; Sections 15 to 18 inclusive; Those portions of 
Sections 2, 10, 13 and 14 lying North and West of The South 
Saskatchewan River.
Township 14, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 4 inclusive; Sections 9 to 16 inclusive.
9	Sections 1 through 4 of this Order shall come into effect on September 1, 2017.
10	Sections 5 through 8 of this Order shall be in effect for the general election to be 
held in October 2017.
Environment and Parks
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017
Function: Oil Sands Science Symposium
Date: November 21-23, 2016
Purpose: A two day Oil Sands Science Symposium, hosted by Alberta Environment 
and Parks and Environment and Climate Change Canada, is to engage the science 
community around monitoring, evaluation and key findings of environmental 
monitoring in the oil sands region.
Amount: $166,307.56
Location: Calgary
 
Function: Alberta Bear Smart Program
Date: March 27-30, 2017
Purpose: Promote local Bear Smart initiatives through networking and knowledge 
sharing from across the province.
Amount: $9,317.08
Location: Edson
Function: Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN)
Date: February 28 - March 1, 2017
Purpose: 4th Biennial CABIN science forum 2017.  This forum provides an 
opportunity for current users and all interested in biological monitoring and 
assessment to learn about the different applications of the CABIN approach.  This 
forum also provides an opportunity for users to interact and collaborate with other 
members of the network.
Amount: $2,157.50
Location: Edmonton
Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  Chevra Kadisha of Calgary 
Consideration:  Land Exchange on the following Lands: 
Plan 1611445, Area "A".  Containing 2.010 Hectares (4.97 Acres) More or Less.  
Excepting thereout all Mines and Minerals and the right to work the same
Land Description:  Plan 1710922, Block 1, Lot 2.  Excepting thereout all Mines and 
Minerals.   Area:  2.01 Hectares (4.97 Acres) More or Less
Justice and Solicitor General
Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee
Interest Rate on Public Trustee Guaranteed Accounts
(Public Trustee Act)
In accordance with section 3(4) of the Public Trustee Investment Regulation, notice is 
hereby given that from July 1, 2017 the nominal interest rate on all guaranteed 
accounts is 2.25%, which corresponds to an annual effective rate of 2.27%.
	Barb Martini, Public Trustee 
	Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee.
 
Office of the Public Trustee
Money transferred to the General Revenue Fund by the Public Trustee
(Public Trustee Act)
Section 11 (4)
Name of person entitled 
to money (if known)

Amount 
transferred to 
General 
Revenue Fund

If property was  
part of 
deceased  
person's estate: 
Deceased's  
name 
Judicial District  
Court file  
number

If property 
was held 
under Court 
order: 
Judicial 
District 
Court file 
number
Additional  
Information  
(if any)
Transfer date:
Schmidt Christopher
$28,395.26
Unknown 
Descendants of 
Christopher 
Schmidt 
E096667

Jun.06/2017

Office of the Public Trustee
Property being held by the Public Trustee for a period of Ten (10) Years 
(Public Trustee Act)
Section 11 (2)(b)
Name of Person Entitled 
to Property

Description 
 of Property 
held and its 
value or 
estimated value

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

Public Trustee 
Office 
 
Additional 
Information 

Henry Harvey Reed
$14,759.63 as 
of Jun.12/2017
JD of Calgary 
Court File#135038
021175
 
Municipal Affairs
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016
Function: Municipal Government Board (MGB) - Member Workshop 
Purpose: MGB workshop held with Assessment Review Board members 
Amount: $15,032.29 
Date of Function: September 14 - 15, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Alberta Urban Municipalities Association 2016 Convention 
Purpose: Minister meeting with Municipal representatives 
Amount: $16,085.22 
Date of Function: October 5, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Alberta Urban Municipalities Association 2016 Convention 
Purpose: Meeting to answer grant related questions from municipal representatives 
Amount: $902.84 
Date of Function: October 5 - 7, 2016  
Location: Edmonton
Function: Alberta Association of Municipal District and Counties 2016 Convention 
Purpose: Open house hosted by the Minister during the convention 
Amount: $12,614.56 
Date of Function: November 15, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Municipal Internship Program - Executive Week 
Purpose: Provide Municipal interns with a better understanding of Municipal Affairs 
and help develop their professional network during their internship 
Amount: $4,312.67 
Date of Function: October 25 - 28, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Alberta Urban Municipalities Association 2016 Stakeholder Meetings 
Purpose: To discuss municipal concerns regarding budget impact to grant funding 
Amount: $865.76 
Date of Function: October 5 - 6, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Municipal Services & Legislation Municipal Government Act Tour 2016 
Purpose: Consultation sessions held across Alberta for the Municipal Government 
Act proposed amendments 
Amount: $1,036.40 
Date of Function: July 15, 2016 
Location: Lethbridge
Function: Review of Municipal Government Act 
Purpose: Meeting with stakeholders to discuss regulation amendments 
Amount: $830.00 
Date of Function: October 13, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Technical Assessment Discussion Session 
Purpose: Discussions regarding the alignment of assessment taxation to the 
Municipal Government Act 
Amount: $989.44 
Date of Function: June 7; June 30; July 19; September 1, 2016 
Location: Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer
Function: Technical Assessment Discussion Session 
Purpose: Discussion regarding the splitting of non-residential class of property 
Amount: $1,799.74 
Date of Function: September 9; September 28, 2016 
Location: Red Deer
Function: Alberta Association of Municipal District and Counties Stakeholder 
Meeting 
Purpose: Grant funding discussion with municipalities 
Amount: $873.35 
Date of Function: November 15 - 16, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: First Nations Community Emergency Management Program 
Purpose: Training session held for First Nations 
Amount: $12,318.00 
Date of Function: November 7 - 8, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Alberta Emergency Management Agency workshop - North Central 
Region 
Purpose: Training session held for Summer Villages in the North Central Region 
Amount: $1,197.73 
Date of Function: October 15, 2016 
Location: Spruce Grove
Function: First Nations Emergency Training 
Purpose: Alberta Emergency Alert training session 
Amount: $8,669.70 
Date of Function: September 20 - 21, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
 
Function: Library Board Basics & Emergency Plan Workshop for Public Libraries 
Purpose: Training for public library board trustees on emergency planning, basic 
board roles and responsibilities 
Amount: $1,308.74 
Date of Function: June 18, 2016; September 10 & 24, 2016; October 1 & 15, 2016 
Location: Didsbury, Medicine Hat, Westlock, Camrose, Two Hills
Function: Regional Library System Directors and Chairs Meeting 
Purpose: Discussion on regional and rural libraries sustainability 
Amount: $2,012.89 
Date of Function: October 27, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Indigenous Library Funding Working Group 
Purpose: Collaboration on ideas to support Indigenous people through libraries 
Amount: $3,356.74 
Date of Function: November 24, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Wood Buffalo Recognition Event 
Purpose: Appreciation for wildfire responders and Heroes of the Wildfire program 
Amount: $1,493.61 
Date of Function: October 31, 2016 
Location: Edmonton
Safety Codes Council
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Agrium Inc., Accreditation No. C000142, Order No. 0443
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: December 10, 1995	Issued Date: June 9, 2017.
 
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Enerplus Corporation, Accreditation No. C000149, Order No. 426
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities.
Accredited Date: December 9, 1995	Issued Date: June 7, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Tidewater Mainstream Infrastructure Ltd., Accreditation No. C000883, Order 
No. 2954
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities.
Accredited Date: September 9, 2015	Issued Date: June 7, 2017.
Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Kneehill County, Accreditation No. M000183, Order No. 1342
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code, and National Energy Code of 
Canada for Buildings.
Accredited Date: July 16, 2001	Issued Date: June 7, 2017.
 
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Fort MacLeod, Accreditation No. M000356, Order No. 1116
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code, and National Energy Code for 
Buildings.
Accredited Date: December 21, 1995	Issued Date: June 6, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Kneehill County, Accreditation No. M000183, Order No. 1341
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities.
Accredited Date: July 16, 2001	Issued Date: June 7, 2017.
______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Fort MacLeod, Accreditation No. M000356, Order No. 2601
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: September 6, 2007	Issued Date: June 6, 2017.
______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Fort MacLeod, Accreditation No. M000356, Order No. 0630
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code, and Fire Investigation (cause and 
circumstance).
Excluding those requirements pertaining to the installation, alteration and removal of 
the storage tank systems for flammable and combustible liquids.
Accredited Date: December 22, 1995	Issued Date: June 6, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Kneehill County, Accreditation No. M000183, Order No. 1340
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installations Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code, and Compressed Natural Gas Fuelling Stations 
Installation Code.
Excluding the Installation Code for Propane Fuel Systems and Tanks on Highway 
Vehicles and the Natural Gas for Vehicles Installation Code - Part 1 Compressed 
Natural Gas.
Accredited Date: July 16, 2001	Issued Date: June 7, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Fort MacLeod, Accreditation No. M000356, Order No. 2599
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installations Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code, 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: September 6, 2007	Issued Date: June 6, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Kneehill County, Accreditation No. M000183, Order No. 1339
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Plumbing
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code of Canada, and Private Sewage 
Disposal System Standard of Practice.
Accredited Date: July 16, 2001	Issued Date: June 7, 2017.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Fort MacLeod, Accreditation No. M000356, Order No. 2600
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Municipality's boundaries for the discipline of Plumbing
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code of Canada, and Private Sewage 
Disposal System Standard of Practice.
Accredited Date: September 6, 2007	Issued Date: June 6, 2017.
Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 94-102 
DERIVATIVES: CUSTOMER CLEARING AND PROTECTION OF 
CUSTOMER COLLATERAL AND POSITIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on January 11, 2017 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 94-102
DERIVATIVES: CUSTOMER CLEARING AND PROTECTION OF CUSTOMER 
COLLATERAL AND POSITIONS
PART 1 
DEFINITIONS, INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION
Definitions and interpretation
1. (1)	In this Instrument
"Canadian financial institution" has the meaning ascribed to it in National 
Instrument 45-106 Prospectus Exemptions;
"cleared derivative" means a derivative that is, directly or indirectly, 
submitted to and cleared by a clearing agency; 
"clearing intermediary" means a direct intermediary or an indirect 
intermediary;
"customer" means a counterparty to a cleared derivative other than a 
clearing intermediary or a regulated clearing agency; 
"customer collateral" means all cash, securities and other property if any of 
the following apply:
(a)	the cash, securities or other property is received or held by a 
clearing intermediary or regulated clearing agency from, for or on 
behalf of a customer, and is intended to or does margin, guarantee, 
secure, settle or adjust a cleared derivative of the customer;
(b)	the cash, securities or other property is posted on behalf of a 
customer by a clearing intermediary to satisfy the margin 
requirements arising from the customer's cleared derivatives;
"direct intermediary" means a person or company that 
(a)	with respect to a cleared derivative, is a participant of the regulated 
clearing agency at which the cleared derivative is cleared, 
(b)	directly provides clearing services for a customer in respect of a 
cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of the customer, 
and
(c)	requires, receives or holds collateral from, for or on behalf of the 
customer in providing clearing services;
"excess margin" means customer collateral in respect of a customer's 
cleared derivatives that
(a)	is delivered to a regulated clearing agency or clearing intermediary 
from, for or on behalf of the customer, and 
(b)	has a value in excess of the amount required by the regulated 
clearing agency to clear and settle the cleared derivatives of the 
customer;
"indirect intermediary" means a person or company that
(a)	indirectly provides clearing services for a customer in respect of a 
cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of the customer, 
and
(b)	requires, receives or holds collateral from, for or on behalf of the 
customer in providing clearing services; 
"initial margin" means, in relation to a regulated clearing agency's margin 
system that manages credit exposures to its participants, collateral that is 
required by the regulated clearing agency to cover potential changes in the 
value of a customer's cleared derivatives over an appropriate close-out 
period in the event of a default; 
"local customer" means a customer that, in respect of a local jurisdiction, is 
any of the following:
(a)	an individual who is resident in the local jurisdiction;
(b)	a person or company, other than an individual, to which any of the 
following apply:
(i)	the person or company is organized under the laws of the 
local jurisdiction;
(ii)	the head office of the person or company is in the local 
jurisdiction;
(iii)	the principal place of business of the person or company 
is in the local jurisdiction;
"participant" means a person or company that has entered into an agreement 
with a regulated clearing agency to access the services of the regulated 
clearing agency and is bound by the regulated clearing agency's rules and 
procedures;
"permitted depository" means a person or company that is any of the 
following:
(a)	a Canadian financial institution or Schedule III bank;
(b)	a regulated clearing agency; 
(c)	the central bank of Canada or of a permitted jurisdiction;
(d)	in Qu‚bec, a person recognized or exempt from recognition as a 
central securities depository under the Securities Act (Qu‚bec);
(e)	a person or company 
(i)	whose head office or principal place of business is in a 
permitted jurisdiction,
(ii)	that is a banking institution or trust company of a 
permitted jurisdiction, and
(iii)	that has shareholders' equity, as reported in its most 
recent audited financial statements, of not less than the 
equivalent of $100 000 000;
(f)	with respect to customer collateral that it receives from a customer 
or a clearing intermediary for which it provides clearing services, a 
registered investment dealer as defined in National Instrument 31-
103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing 
Registrant Obligations;
(g)	with respect to customer collateral that it receives from a customer 
or a clearing intermediary for which it provides clearing services, a 
prudentially regulated entity
(i)	whose head office or principal place of business is 
located outside of Canada, and
(ii)	that is subject to and in compliance with the laws of a 
permitted jurisdiction relating to clearing services and the 
requiring, receiving and holding of customer collateral;
"permitted investment" means cash or a security or other financial 
instrument with minimal market and credit risk that is capable of being 
liquidated rapidly with minimal adverse price effect; 
"permitted jurisdiction" means a foreign jurisdiction that is any of the 
following:
(a)	a country where the head office or principal place of business of a 
Schedule III bank is located, and a political subdivision of that 
country;
(b)	if a customer has provided express written consent to the clearing 
intermediary or the regulated clearing agency clearing a cleared 
derivative in a foreign currency, the country of origin of the 
foreign currency used to denominate the rights and obligations 
under the cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of the 
customer, and a political subdivision of that country;
"position" means the economic interest of a counterparty in an outstanding 
cleared derivative at a point in time;
"prudentially regulated entity" means a person or company that is subject to 
and in compliance with the laws of a foreign jurisdiction that is a permitted 
jurisdiction under paragraph (a) of the definition of "permitted jurisdiction", 
relating to minimum capital requirements, financial soundness and risk 
management;
"qualifying central counterparty" means a person or company to which all of 
the following apply:
(a)	it is recognized, exempt from recognition or otherwise registered 
or authorized to operate as a central counterparty in a jurisdiction 
of Canada or a foreign jurisdiction by a government or regulatory 
authority;
(b)	it is subject to regulation that is consistent with the Principles for 
financial market infrastructures published by the Bank for 
International Settlements' Committee on Payments and Market 
Infrastructures and the International Organization of Securities 
Commissions in April 2012, as amended from time to time; 
"regulated clearing agency" means
(a)	in British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario, a person or company 
recognized or exempt from recognition as a clearing agency in the 
local jurisdiction, and 
(b)	in Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, the 
Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward 
Island, Qu‚bec, Saskatchewan and Yukon, a person or company 
recognized or exempt from recognition as a clearing agency or 
clearing house pursuant to the securities legislation of any 
jurisdiction of Canada;
"Schedule III bank" means an authorized foreign bank named in Schedule 
III of the Bank Act (Canada);
"segregate" means to separately hold or separately account for a customer's 
positions or customer collateral.
(2)	In this Instrument, a person or company is an affiliated entity of another 
person or company if one of them controls the other or each of them is 
controlled by the same person or company.
(3)	In this Instrument, a person or company (the first party) is considered to 
control another person or company (the second party) if any of the following 
apply: 
(a)	the first party beneficially owns or directly or indirectly exercises 
control or direction over securities of the second party carrying 
votes which, if exercised, would entitle the first party to elect a 
majority of the directors of the second party, unless the first party 
holds the voting securities only to secure an obligation; 
(b)	the second party is a partnership, other than a limited partnership, 
and the first party holds more than 50% of the interests of the 
partnership; 
(c)	the second party is a limited partnership and the general partner of 
the limited partnership is the first party; 
(d)	the second party is a trust and the trustee of the trust is the first 
party. 
(4)	In this Instrument, in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, 
Newfoundland and Labrador, the Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, 
Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan and Yukon, "derivative" 
means a "specified derivative" as defined in Multilateral Instrument 91-101 
Derivatives: Product Determination.
 
Application
2. (1)	This Instrument does not apply to any of the following:
(a)	a regulated clearing agency whose head office or principal place of 
business is in a foreign jurisdiction except with respect to a cleared 
derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of a local customer;
(b)	a clearing intermediary that provides clearing services except with 
respect to a cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of a 
local customer.
(2)	This Instrument applies to 
(a)	in Manitoba, 
(i)	a derivative other than a contract or instrument that, for 
any purpose, is prescribed by any of sections 2, 4 and 5 
of Manitoba Securities Commission Rule 91-506 
Derivatives: Product Determination not to be a 
derivative, and
(ii)	a derivative that is otherwise a security and that, for any 
purpose, is prescribed by section 3 of Manitoba Securities 
Commission Rule 91-506 Derivatives: Product 
Determination not to be a security,
(b)	in Ontario, 
(i)	a derivative other than a contract or instrument that, for 
any purpose, is prescribed by any of sections 2, 4 and 5 
of Ontario Securities Commission Rule 91-506 
Derivatives: Product Determination not to be a 
derivative, and
(ii)	a derivative that is otherwise a security and that, for any 
purpose, is prescribed by section 3 of Ontario Securities 
Commission Rule 91-506 Derivatives: Product 
Determination not to be a security, and
(c)	in Qu‚bec, a derivative specified in section 1.2 of Regulation 91-
506 respecting derivatives determination, other than a contract or 
instrument specified in section 2 of that regulation.
(3)	Despite subsection (2), this Instrument does not apply to an option on a 
security.
(4)	In British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, the Northwest 
Territories, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Yukon, subsection (3) does 
not apply to a security that is a derivative as defined in subsection 1(4).
PART 2 
TREATMENT OF CUSTOMER COLLATERAL  
BY A CLEARING INTERMEDIARY
Segregation of customer collateral - clearing intermediary
3. (1)	A clearing intermediary must segregate a customer's positions and customer 
collateral from the positions and property of other persons or companies 
including the positions and property of the clearing intermediary.
(2)	A clearing intermediary must segregate the positions and customer collateral 
of a customer of an indirect intermediary from the positions and property of 
the indirect intermediary.
Holding of customer collateral - clearing intermediary
4.	A clearing intermediary must hold all customer collateral
(a)	in one or more accounts at a permitted depository that are clearly 
identified as holding customer collateral, and 
(b)	in separate accounts from the property of all persons who are not 
customers.
Excess margin - clearing intermediary
5.	A clearing intermediary must at least once each business day identify and 
record the value of excess margin it holds that is attributable to each 
customer for which the clearing intermediary provides clearing services.
Use of customer collateral - clearing intermediary
6. (1)	A clearing intermediary must not use or permit the use of customer 
collateral except in accordance with this section and sections 7 and 8.
(2)	A clearing intermediary must not use or permit the use of customer collateral 
of a customer except to do any of the following:
(a)	margin, guarantee, secure, settle or adjust a cleared derivative of 
the customer;
(b)	with respect to excess margin, guarantee, secure or extend the 
credit of the customer.
(3)	Other than with respect to excess margin used in accordance with paragraph 
(2)(b), a clearing intermediary must not create or permit to exist any lien or 
other encumbrance on a cleared derivative of a customer or customer 
collateral in respect of the cleared derivative unless the lien or other 
encumbrance secures an obligation resulting from the cleared derivative in 
favour of any of the following:
 
(a)	the customer;
(b)	the regulated clearing agency or clearing intermediary responsible 
for clearing the cleared derivative.
Investment of customer collateral - clearing intermediary
7. (1)	A clearing intermediary must not invest customer collateral or enter into an 
agreement for resale or repurchase of customer collateral except in 
accordance with subsections (2) and (3).
(2)	A clearing intermediary may
(a)	invest customer collateral in a permitted investment, and
(b)	enter into an agreement for resale or repurchase of customer 
collateral if all of the following apply:
(i)	the agreement is for the resale or repurchase of a 
permitted investment; 
(ii)	the agreement is in writing;
(iii)	the term of the agreement is no more than one business 
day, or reversal of the transaction is possible on demand;
(iv)	written confirmation specifying the terms of the 
agreement is delivered by the counterparty to the 
agreement to the clearing intermediary immediately on 
entering into the agreement;
(v)	the agreement is not entered into with an affiliated entity 
of the clearing intermediary.
(3)	A loss resulting from an investment or use of a customer's customer 
collateral in accordance with subsection (1) or subsection (2) by the clearing 
intermediary must be borne by the clearing intermediary making the 
investment and not by the customer.
Use of customer collateral - indirect intermediary default
8. (1)	A clearing intermediary must not use customer collateral of a customer of an 
indirect intermediary for which the clearing intermediary provides clearing 
services to satisfy an obligation of the indirect intermediary. 
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a clearing intermediary may use the customer 
collateral of a customer to fully or partially satisfy an obligation of an 
indirect intermediary that arises or is accelerated as a consequence of the 
indirect intermediary's default only if the obligation is attributable to a 
cleared derivative of the customer.
 
Acting as a clearing intermediary
9. (1)	A person or company must not act as a clearing intermediary for a customer 
unless the person or company is any of the following:
(a)	a person or company that is subject to and is in compliance with 
the laws of a jurisdiction of Canada relating to minimum capital 
requirements, financial soundness and risk management;
(b)	a person or company that is registered as a dealer under securities 
legislation in a local jurisdiction;
(c)	a person or company that is
(i)	a prudentially regulated entity, and 
(ii)	subject to and in compliance with the laws of a permitted 
jurisdiction relating to clearing services and the requiring, 
receiving and holding of customer collateral.
(2)	A clearing intermediary must not provide clearing services for a customer 
unless the clearing services are provided in respect of derivatives that are 
cleared by a regulated clearing agency. 
Risk management - clearing intermediary
10.	A clearing intermediary that provides or proposes to provide clearing 
services for an indirect intermediary must adopt and implement rules, 
policies or procedures reasonably designed to
(a)	identify, monitor and reasonably mitigate material risks arising 
from the provision of clearing services, and
(b)	manage a default of the indirect intermediary.
Risk management - indirect intermediary
11.(1) 	An indirect intermediary must establish and implement rules, policies or 
procedures reasonably designed to identify, monitor and reasonably mitigate 
the material risks to the clearing intermediary or its customers arising from 
the provision of indirect clearing services for a customer.
(2)	An indirect intermediary that receives clearing services from a clearing 
intermediary must provide the clearing intermediary with all information 
reasonably required to identify, monitor and reasonably mitigate any 
material risks arising from the provision of indirect clearing services for 
customers.
 
PART 3 
RECORDKEEPING BY A CLEARING INTERMEDIARY
Retention of records - clearing intermediary 
12.(1)	A clearing intermediary must keep a record required under this Part and Part 
4, and all supporting documentation, 
(a)	in a readily accessible and safe location and in a durable form,
(b)	in the case of a record or supporting documentation that relates to a 
cleared derivative, for a period of 7 years following the date on 
which the cleared derivative expires or is terminated, and
(c)	in any other case, for a period of 7 years following the date on 
which a customer's last cleared derivative that is cleared for or on 
behalf of the customer through the clearing intermediary expires or 
is terminated.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), in Manitoba, with respect to a customer or clearing 
intermediary located in Manitoba, the time period applicable to records and 
supporting documentation kept pursuant to subsection (1) is 8 years. 
Daily records - clearing intermediary
13.(1)	A clearing intermediary that receives customer collateral must calculate and 
record all of the following at least once each business day in its records:
(a)	for each customer, the amount of customer collateral it requires 
from, for or on behalf of the customer; 
(b)	the total amount of customer collateral it requires from, for or on 
behalf of all customers.
(2)	For each indirect intermediary that a clearing intermediary provides clearing 
services for, the clearing intermediary must calculate and record all of the 
following at least once each business day in its records: 
(a)	the amount of customer collateral it requires from, for or on behalf 
of each customer of each indirect intermediary; 
(b) 	the total amount of customer collateral it requires from, for or on 
behalf of all customers of each indirect intermediary.
(3)	For each customer, a clearing intermediary must record all of the following 
in its records:
(a)	each permitted depository at which it holds customer collateral of 
the customer; 
(b)	calculated at least once each business day, the current value of any 
customer collateral received from, for or on behalf of the customer, 
including all of the following: 
(i)	any accruals on the customer collateral creditable to the 
customer;
(ii)	any gains or losses in respect of the customer collateral; 
(iii)	any charges accruing to the customer;
(iv)	any distributions or transfers of the customer collateral. 
Daily records - direct intermediary
14.	For each customer, a direct intermediary must record all of the following at 
least once each business day in its records:
(a)	the total amount of customer collateral required for the cleared 
derivatives of the customer by each regulated clearing agency; 
(b)	the total amount of the customer's excess margin held by the direct 
intermediary.
Daily records - indirect intermediary
15.	For each customer, an indirect intermediary must record all of the following 
at least once each business day in its records:
(a)	the total amount of collateral required for the cleared derivatives of 
the customer by each clearing intermediary through which the 
indirect intermediary clears; 
(b)	the sum of the amounts for the customer referred to in paragraph 
(a);
(c)	the total amount of the customer's excess margin held by the 
indirect intermediary.
Identifying records - direct intermediary 
16.	A direct intermediary must keep records that, at any time, enable it to 
identify all of the following in its own accounts and in the accounts held 
with each regulated clearing agency through which it provides clearing 
services:
(a)	the positions and property of the direct intermediary;
(b)	the positions and value of customer collateral held for or on behalf 
of each of the direct intermediary's customers.
 
Identifying records - indirect intermediary
17.	An indirect intermediary must keep records that, at any time, enable it to 
identify all of the following in its own accounts and in the accounts held 
with each clearing intermediary through which it provides clearing services:
(a)	the positions and property of the indirect intermediary;
(b)	the positions and value of customer collateral held for or on behalf 
of each of the indirect intermediary's customers.
Identifying records - multiple clearing intermediaries
18.	A clearing intermediary that provides clearing services in respect of a 
cleared derivative for an indirect intermediary must keep records that, at any 
time, enable it and each of its indirect intermediaries to identify all of the 
following in the accounts held with the clearing intermediary:
(a)	the positions and property of the indirect intermediary;
(b)	the positions and value of customer collateral held for or on behalf 
of the indirect intermediary's customers.
Records of investment of customer collateral - clearing intermediary
19.	A clearing intermediary that invests customer collateral must keep records 
of all of the following with respect to each investment of customer 
collateral: 
(a)	the date of the investment; 
(b)	the name of each person or company through which the investment 
was made; 
(c)	a daily market valuation of the investment, including any 
unrealized gain or loss on the investment and related supporting 
documentation; 
(d)	a description of each asset or instrument in which the investment 
was made;
(e)	the identity of each permitted depository where each asset or 
instrument in which the investment was made is deposited; 
(f)	the date on which the investment was liquidated or otherwise 
disposed of and the realized gain or loss;
(g)	the name of each person or company liquidating or disposing of 
the investment.
 
Records of currency conversion - clearing intermediary
20.	A clearing intermediary must keep a record of each conversion of customer 
collateral from one currency to another.
PART 4 
REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE BY A CLEARING INTERMEDIARY
Clearing intermediary delivery of disclosure by regulated clearing agency 
21.(1)	Before receiving the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, a clearing intermediary must provide the customer, or an indirect 
intermediary for which it provides clearing services, with all of the 
following:
(a)	the written disclosure provided under subsection 41(1) by each 
regulated clearing agency the direct intermediary uses to clear a 
cleared derivative for the customer or indirect intermediary;
(b)	the investment guidelines and policy provided under subsection 
45(1) by each regulated clearing agency that invests customer 
collateral attributable to the customer.
(2)	After accepting the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, each time that the clearing intermediary receives written 
disclosure in accordance with subsection 41(2) or subsection 45(2) from a 
regulated clearing agency that invests customer collateral attributable to the 
customer, the clearing intermediary must provide the written disclosure to 
the customer, or indirect clearing intermediary for which it provides clearing 
services, within a reasonable period of time. 
Disclosure to customer by clearing intermediary
22.(1)	Before receiving the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, a clearing intermediary must provide written disclosure to the 
customer describing the treatment of customer collateral not held at a 
regulated clearing agency, including the impact of relevant bankruptcy and 
insolvency laws, in the event of a default by the clearing intermediary.
(2)	After accepting the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, each time there is a change to the written disclosure referred to in 
subsection (1), the clearing intermediary must provide written disclosure to 
the customer, within a reasonable period of time, describing the change.
Disclosure to customer by indirect intermediary
23.(1)	Before receiving the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, an indirect intermediary must provide written disclosure to the 
customer including a description of all of the following:
(a)	the material risks associated with receiving clearing services 
through an indirect intermediary;
(b)	the rules, policies or procedures for transferring positions and 
customer collateral to another clearing intermediary or liquidating 
positions and customer collateral, in the event of the indirect 
intermediary's default. 
(2)	After accepting the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, each time there is a change to the rules, policies or procedures 
referred to in paragraph (1)(b), the indirect intermediary must provide 
written disclosure to the customer, within a reasonable period of time, 
describing the change.
Customer information - clearing intermediary
24.(1)	A direct intermediary must provide all of the following to a regulated 
clearing agency: 
(a)	before submitting to the regulated clearing agency the first cleared 
derivative for or on behalf of a customer of the direct intermediary, 
or of an indirect intermediary for which the direct intermediary 
provides clearing services, information sufficient to identify the 
customer and the customer's positions and customer collateral;
(b)	at least once each business day after providing the information 
referred to in paragraph (a), information that identifies the 
customer's positions and the current value of the customer's 
customer collateral.
(2)	An indirect intermediary must provide all of the following to a clearing 
intermediary through which it provides clearing services: 
(a)	before submitting to the clearing intermediary the first cleared 
derivative for or on behalf of a customer, information sufficient to 
identify the customer and the customer's positions and customer 
collateral;
(b)	at least once each business day after providing the information 
referred to in paragraph (a), information that identifies the 
customer's positions and the current value of the customer's 
customer collateral.
Customer collateral report - regulatory
25.(1)	A direct intermediary that receives customer collateral must electronically 
deliver to the regulator or securities regulatory authority, within 10 business 
days of the end of each calendar month, a completed Form 94-102F1 
Customer Collateral Report: Direct Intermediary.
(2)	An indirect intermediary that receives customer collateral must 
electronically deliver to the regulator or securities regulatory authority, 
within 10 business days of the end of each calendar month, a completed 
Form 94-102F2 Customer Collateral Report: Indirect Intermediary.
Customer collateral report - customer
26.(1)	A clearing intermediary must make available to each customer from, for or 
on behalf of whom it receives customer collateral, a report, calculated and 
available on a daily basis, setting out all of the following: 
(a)	the current value of each position of the customer; 
(b)	the current value of customer collateral received from, for or on 
behalf of the customer that is held by the clearing intermediary or 
at a permitted depository;
(c)	the current value of the customer collateral received from, for or on 
behalf of the customer that is posted with any of the following:
(i)	a regulated clearing agency; 
(ii)	another clearing intermediary. 
(2)	A clearing intermediary must make available to each indirect intermediary 
from which it receives customer collateral a report, calculated and available 
on a daily basis, setting out all of the following:
(a)	the current value of each position of each customer of the indirect 
intermediary; 
(b)	the current value of customer collateral received from the indirect 
intermediary for or on behalf of each customer of the indirect 
intermediary that is held by the clearing intermediary or at a 
permitted depository;
(c)	the current value of the customer collateral received from the 
indirect intermediary for or on behalf of each customer of the 
indirect intermediary that is posted with any of the following:
(i)	a regulated clearing agency;
(ii)	another clearing intermediary.
Disclosure of investment of customer collateral 
27.(1)	Before receiving the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, a clearing intermediary that invests customer collateral must 
disclose in writing its investment guidelines and policy directly to the 
customer, or, if applicable, to the indirect intermediary that is providing 
clearing services to the customer. 
(2)	A clearing intermediary that invests customer collateral must within a 
reasonable period of time disclose in writing any change to the investment 
guidelines and policy referred to in subsection (1) directly to the customer 
or, if applicable, to the indirect intermediary that is providing clearing 
services to the customer.
PART 5 
TREATMENT OF CUSTOMER COLLATERAL  
BY A REGULATED CLEARING AGENCY
Collection of initial margin
28.	A regulated clearing agency must collect initial margin for each customer on 
a gross basis.
Segregation of customer collateral - regulated clearing agency
29.	A regulated clearing agency must segregate a customer's positions and 
customer collateral from the positions and property of other persons or 
companies including the positions and property of the regulated clearing 
agency.
Holding of customer collateral - regulated clearing agency
30.	A regulated clearing agency must hold all customer collateral
(a)	in one or more accounts at a permitted depository that are clearly 
identified as holding customer collateral, and
(b)	in separate accounts from all other property that is not customer 
collateral.
Excess margin - regulated clearing agency
31.	A regulated clearing agency must at least once each business day identify 
and record the value of excess margin it holds for or on behalf of the 
customers of each clearing intermediary.
Use of customer collateral - regulated clearing agency
32.(1)	A regulated clearing agency must not use or permit the use of customer 
collateral except in accordance with this section and sections 33 and 34.
(2)	A regulated clearing agency must not use or permit the use of customer 
collateral of a customer except to do any of the following:
(a)	margin, guarantee, secure, settle or adjust a cleared derivative of 
the customer;
(b)	with respect to excess margin, guarantee, secure or extend the 
credit of the customer.
(3)	Other than with respect to excess margin used in accordance with paragraph 
(2)(b), a regulated clearing agency must not create or permit to exist any lien 
or other encumbrance on a cleared derivative of a customer or customer 
collateral in respect of the cleared derivative unless the lien or other 
encumbrance secures an obligation resulting from the cleared derivative in 
favour of any of the following:
(a)	the customer;
(b)	the regulated clearing agency or a clearing intermediary 
responsible for clearing the cleared derivative.
Investment of customer collateral - regulated clearing agency
33.(1)	A regulated clearing agency must not invest customer collateral or enter into 
an agreement for resale or repurchase of customer collateral except in 
accordance with subsections (2) and (3).
(2)	A regulated clearing agency may
(a)	invest customer collateral in a permitted investment, and
(b)	enter into an agreement for resale or repurchase of customer 
collateral if all of the following apply:
(i)	the agreement is for resale or repurchase of a permitted 
investment;
(ii)	the agreement is in writing;
(iii)	the term of the agreement is no more than one business 
day, or reversal of the transaction is possible on demand;
(iv)	written confirmation specifying the terms of the 
agreement is delivered by the counterparty to the 
agreement to the regulated clearing agency immediately 
on entering into the agreement;
(v)	the agreement is not entered into with an affiliated entity 
of the regulated clearing agency. 
(3)	A loss resulting from an investment or use of a customer's customer 
collateral in accordance with subsection (1) or subsection (2) by the 
regulated clearing agency must be borne by the regulated clearing agency 
making the investment or by a clearing intermediary that is a participant of 
the regulated clearing agency and not by any customer.
Use of customer collateral - clearing intermediary default
34.(1)	A regulated clearing agency must not use customer collateral to satisfy an 
obligation of a clearing intermediary to which the regulated clearing agency 
provides clearing services.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a regulated clearing agency may use the customer 
collateral of a customer to fully or partially satisfy an obligation of a 
clearing intermediary that arises or is accelerated as a consequence of the 
clearing intermediary's default only if the obligation is attributable to a 
cleared derivative of the customer.
Risk management - NI 24-102 applies
35.	Part 3 of National Instrument 24-102 Clearing Agency Requirements applies 
to a regulated clearing agency and, for that purpose, a reference in that 
instrument to a "recognized clearing agency" is to be read as a reference to a 
"regulated clearing agency".
PART 6 
RECORDKEEPING BY A REGULATED CLEARING AGENCY
Retention of records - regulated clearing agency
36.	A regulated clearing agency must keep a record required under this Part and 
Part 7, and all supporting documentation, in a readily accessible and safe 
location and in a durable form, until the date on which the cleared derivative 
that the record or supporting documentation relates to expires or is 
terminated.
Daily records - regulated clearing agency
37.(1)	A regulated clearing agency that receives customer collateral must calculate 
and record all of the following at least once each business day in its records:
(a)	for each customer, the amount of customer collateral it requires 
from, for or on behalf of the customer;
(b)	the total amount of customer collateral it requires from, for or on 
behalf of all customers.
(2)	A regulated clearing agency must record all of the following in its records:
(a)	each permitted depository at which it holds customer collateral; 
(b)	calculated at least once each business day, the current value of the 
customer collateral received from, for or on behalf of the 
customers of each direct intermediary including all of the 
following: 
(i)	any accruals on the customer collateral creditable to the 
direct intermediary's customers;
(ii)	any gains or losses in respect of the customer collateral; 
(iii)	any charges accruing to the direct intermediary's 
customers; 
(iv)	any distributions or transfers of the customer collateral. 
 
Identifying records - regulated clearing agency
38.	A regulated clearing agency must keep records that, at any time, enable it 
and each of its direct intermediaries to identify all of the following in the 
accounts held at the regulated clearing agency:
(a)	the positions and property held for the direct intermediary; 
(b)	the positions and value of customer collateral held for or on behalf 
of the direct intermediary's customers; 
(c)	the positions and value of customer collateral held for or on behalf 
of customers of each indirect intermediary for which the direct 
intermediary provides clearing services.
Records of investment of customer collateral - regulated clearing agency
39.	A regulated clearing agency that invests customer collateral must keep 
records of all of the following with respect to each investment of customer 
collateral: 
(a)	the date of the investment; 
(b)	the name of each person or company through which the investment 
was made; 
(c)	a daily market valuation of the investment, including any 
unrealized gain or loss on the investment and related supporting 
documentation; 
(d)	a description of each asset or instrument in which the investment 
was made; 
(e)	the identity of each permitted depository where each asset or 
instrument in which the investment is made is deposited; 
(f)	the date on which the investment was liquidated or otherwise 
disposed of and the realized gain or loss; 
(g)	the name of each person or company liquidating or disposing of 
the investment.
Records of currency conversion - regulated clearing agency
40.	A regulated clearing agency must keep a record of each conversion of 
customer collateral from one currency to another.
 
PART 7 
REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE BY  
A REGULATED CLEARING AGENCY
Disclosure to direct intermediaries by regulated clearing agency 
41.(1)	Before receiving the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, a regulated clearing agency must provide written disclosure to the 
direct intermediary through which the derivative is cleared including a 
description of all of the following:
(a)	the rules, policies or procedures of the regulated clearing agency 
that govern the segregation and use of customer collateral and the 
transfer or liquidation of a cleared derivative of a customer in the 
event of a direct intermediary's default;
(b)	the impact of laws, including bankruptcy and insolvency laws, on 
the customer, its positions and customer collateral in the event of a 
direct intermediary's default; 
(c)	the circumstances under which an interest or ownership rights in 
customer collateral may be enforced by the regulated clearing 
agency, the direct intermediary or the customer.
(2)	After accepting the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, each time there is a change to the rules, policies or procedures 
referred to in paragraph (1)(a), the regulated clearing agency must provide 
written disclosure to the direct intermediary through which the derivative is 
cleared, within a reasonable period of time, describing the change.
Customer information - regulated clearing agency
42.	A regulated clearing agency must have rules, policies or procedures 
reasonably designed to confirm that the information it receives from a direct 
intermediary in accordance with subsection 24(1) is complete and received 
in a timely manner.
Customer collateral report - regulatory
43.	A regulated clearing agency that receives customer collateral must 
electronically deliver to the regulator or securities regulatory authority, 
within 10 business days of the end of each calendar month, a completed 
Form 94-102F3 Customer Collateral Report: Regulated Clearing Agency.
Customer collateral report - direct intermediary
44.	A regulated clearing agency must make available to each direct intermediary 
from which it receives customer collateral a report, calculated and available 
on a daily basis, setting out all of the following: 
(a)	the current value of each position of each customer of the direct 
intermediary; 
(b)	the current value of customer collateral received from the direct 
intermediary for or on behalf of each customer of the direct 
intermediary that is held by the regulated clearing agency; 
(c)	the total current value of customer collateral received from the 
direct intermediary that is held at a permitted depository; 
(d)	the location of each permitted depository at which the customer 
collateral is held. 
Disclosure of investment of customer collateral 
45.(1)	Before receiving the first cleared derivative from, for or on behalf of a 
customer, a regulated clearing agency that invests customer collateral must 
disclose in writing its investment guidelines and policy to the direct 
intermediary through which the derivative is cleared. 
(2)	A regulated clearing agency that invests customer collateral must within a 
reasonable period of time disclose in writing any change to the investment 
guidelines and policy referred to in subsection (1) to the direct intermediary 
through which the derivative is cleared.
PART 8 
TRANSFER OF POSITIONS
Transfer of customer collateral and positions 
46.(1)	On default of a direct intermediary, a regulated clearing agency and the 
defaulting direct intermediary must do all of the following: 
(a)	facilitate a transfer of the defaulting direct intermediary's 
customers' positions and customer collateral, or their liquidation 
proceeds, from the defaulting direct intermediary to one or more 
non-defaulting direct intermediaries;
(b)	make reasonable efforts to ensure the transfer is facilitated in 
accordance with the customer's instructions. 
(2)	At the request of a customer, a regulated clearing agency and a non-
defaulting direct intermediary must facilitate a transfer of the customer's 
positions and customer collateral from the non-defaulting direct 
intermediary to one or more non-defaulting direct intermediaries if all of the 
following apply:
(a)	the customer has consented to the transfer; 
(b)	the customer's account is not currently in default; 
(c)	the transferred positions will have appropriate margin at the 
receiving direct intermediary; 
(d)	any remaining positions will have appropriate margin at the 
transferring direct intermediary;
(e)	the receiving direct intermediary has consented to the transfer.
Transfer from a clearing intermediary
47.	A clearing intermediary that provides clearing services for an indirect 
intermediary must have rules, policies or procedures in respect of the 
portability and transfer of a customer's positions and customer collateral that 
include a reasonable mechanism for transferring the positions and customer 
collateral of the indirect intermediary's customers, in the event of a default 
by the indirect intermediary or at the request of the indirect intermediary's 
customer, to one or more non-defaulting clearing intermediaries.
PART 9 
SUBSTITUTED COMPLIANCE
Substituted compliance
48.(1)	A clearing intermediary whose head office or principal place of business is 
in a foreign jurisdiction is exempt from this Instrument in respect of a 
cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of a local customer if all 
of the following apply:
(a)	the cleared derivative is cleared for or on behalf of a local 
customer
(i)	in a local jurisdiction other than British Columbia, 
Manitoba and Ontario by a qualifying central 
counterparty or a regulated clearing agency, and
(ii)	in British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario, by a 
regulated clearing agency;
(b)	the clearing intermediary is all of the following:
(i)	registered, licensed or otherwise authorized to perform 
the services of a clearing intermediary in a foreign 
jurisdiction listed in Appendix A; 
(ii)	in compliance with the laws of the foreign jurisdiction 
applicable to the clearing intermediary set out in 
Appendix A opposite the name of the foreign jurisdiction 
relating to clearing services and the requiring, receiving 
and holding of customer collateral.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a clearing intermediary relying on the exemption 
from the Instrument set out in subsection (1) that provides clearing services 
in respect of a cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of a local 
customer must comply with the provisions of this Instrument set out in 
Appendix A opposite the name of the foreign jurisdiction referred to in 
paragraph (1)(b).
(3)	A regulated clearing agency whose head office or principal place of business 
is in a foreign jurisdiction is exempt from this Instrument in respect of a 
cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of a local customer if the 
regulated clearing agency complies with all of the following:
(a)	the terms and conditions of any recognition or exemption decision 
made by any securities regulatory authority in respect of the 
regulated clearing agency;
(b)	the laws of a foreign jurisdiction applicable to the regulated 
clearing agency set out in Appendix A opposite the name of the 
foreign jurisdiction relating to clearing services and the requiring, 
receiving and holding of customer collateral.
(4)	Despite subsection (3), a regulated clearing agency relying on the exemption 
from the Instrument set out in subsection (3) that provides clearing services 
in respect of a cleared derivative entered into by, for or on behalf of a local 
customer must comply with the provisions of this Instrument set out in 
Appendix A opposite the name of the foreign jurisdiction referred to in 
paragraph (3)(b).
PART 10 
EXEMPTIONS
Exemption - general 
49.(1)	The regulator or the securities regulatory authority may grant an exemption 
from this Instrument, in whole or in part, subject to such conditions or 
restrictions as may be imposed in the exemption.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), in Ontario, only the regulator may grant an 
exemption.
(3)	Except in Alberta and Ontario, an exemption referred to in subsection (1) is 
granted under the statute referred to in Appendix B of National Instrument 
14-101 Definitions opposite the name of the local jurisdiction.
PART 11 
EFFECTIVE DATE
Effective date
50.	This Instrument comes into force on July 3, 2017.

 
APPENDIX A
TO
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 94-102 DERIVATIVES: CUSTOMER CLEARING 
AND PROTECTION OF CUSTOMER POSITIONS AND COLLATERAL
Substituted Compliance 
(Section 48)
PART A 
LAWS, REGULATIONS OR INSTRUMENTS OF FOREIGN 
JURISDICTIONS APPLICABLE TO CLEARING INTERMEDIARIES FOR 
SUBSTITUTED COMPLIANCE
Foreign 
Jurisdiction
Laws, Regulations or Instruments
Provisions of this 
Instrument 
applicable to a 
clearing 
intermediary 
despite 
compliance with 
the foreign 
jurisdiction's 
laws, regulations 
or instruments
European 
Union
Regulation (EU) 648/2012 of the European 
Parliament and of the Council of 4 July 2012 on 
OTC derivatives, central counterparties and 
trade repositories, as amended by Regulation 
(EU) 600/2014 of 15 May 2014 on markets in 
financial instruments and amending Regulation 
(EU) No 648/2012.

Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 
149/2013 of 19 December 2012 supplementing 
Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 of the European 
Parliament and of the Council with regard to 
regulatory technical standards on indirect 
clearing arrangements, the clearing obligation, 
the public register, access to a trading venue, 
non-financial counterparties, and risk mitigation 
techniques for OTC derivatives contracts not 
cleared by a CCP.

Directive (EU) 39/2004 of 21 April 2004 on 
markets in financial instruments amending 
Council Directives 85/611/EEC and 93/6/EEC 
and Directive 2000/12/EC of the European 
Parliament and of the Council and repealing 
Council Directive 93/22/EEC.
Subsection 6(2)
Subsection 6(3)
Section 12
Section 25
Section 26
United 
States of 
America
Commodity Futures Trading Commission, 
General Regulations Under the Commodity 
Exchange Act, 17 CFR pt 1.

Commodity Futures Trading Commission, 
Registration, 17 CFR pt 3.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission, 
Cleared Swaps, 17 CFR pt 22.
Commodity Futures Trading Commission, 
Bankruptcy Rules, 17 CFR pt 190.
Section 12
Section 25
Section 26

PART B 
LAWS, REGULATIONS OR INSTRUMENTS OF FOREIGN 
JURISDICTIONS APPLICABLE TO REGULATED CLEARING AGENCIES 
FOR SUBSTITUTED COMPLIANCE
Foreign 
Jurisdiction
Laws, Regulations or Instruments
Provisions of this 
Instrument applicable to 
a regulated clearing 
agency despite 
compliance with the 
foreign jurisdiction's 
laws, regulations or 
instrument
European 
Union
Regulation (EU) 648/2012 of the 
European Parliament and of the 
Council of 4 July 2012 on OTC 
derivatives, central counterparties 
and trade repositories, as amended 
by Regulation (EU) 600/2014 of 15 
May 2014 on markets in financial 
instruments and amending 
Regulation (EU) No 648/2012.
Commission Delegated Regulation 
(EU) 149/2013 of 19 December 2012 
supplementing Regulation (EU) No 
648/2012 of the European 
Parliament and of the Council with 
regard to regulatory technical 
standards on indirect clearing 
arrangements, the clearing 
obligation, the public register, access 
to a trading venue, non-financial 
counterparties, and risk mitigation 
techniques for OTC derivatives 
contracts not cleared by a CCP.

Commission Delegated Regulation 
(EU) No 153/2013 of 19 December 
2012 supplementing Regulation 
(EU) No 648/2012 of the European 
Parliament and of the Council with 
regard to regulatory technical 
standards on requirements for central 
counterparties, as amended by 
Commission Delegated Regulation 
(EU) 822/2016 of 21 April 2016 
amending Delegated Regulation 
(EU) No 153/2013 as regards the 
time horizons for the liquidation 
period to be considered for the 
different classes of financial 
instruments.

Directive (EU) 39/2004 of 21 April 
2004 on markets in financial 
instruments amending Council 
Directives 85/611/EEC and 
93/6/EEC and Directive 2000/12/EC 
of the European Parliament and of 
the Council and repealing Council 
Directive 93/22/EEC.

Section 28
Subsection 32(2)
Subsection 32(3)
Section 36
Section 43
Section 44

United States 
of America
Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission, General Regulations 
Under the Commodity Exchange Act, 
17 CFR pt 1.
Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission, Cleared Swaps, 17 
CFR pt 22.
Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission, Derivatives Clearing 
Organizations, 17 CFR pt 39.
Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission, Provisions Common to 
Registered Entities, 17 CFR pt 40.
Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission, Swap Data 
Recordkeeping and Reporting 
Requirements, 17 CFR pt 45.

Commodity Futures Trading 
Commission, Bankruptcy Rules, 17 
CFR pt 190.
Section 36
Section 43
Section 44

FORM 94-102F1  
CUSTOMER COLLATERAL REPORT: DIRECT INTERMEDIARY
This Form 94-102F1 is to be completed by each direct intermediary in order to 
comply with its reporting obligations to the local securities regulator under subsection 
25(1) of National Instrument 94-102 Derivatives: Customer Clearing and Protection 
of Customer Collateral and Positions (the "Instrument").
Type of Filing: 	0 INITIAL	0 AMENDMENT 
Reporting Date  
DD/MM/YY
Reporting Period 
MM/YY

Reporting direct intermediary
[LEI] 
Table A
Table A is to be completed by each direct intermediary that receives customer 
collateral from a customer in accordance with the Instrument. For calculations in 
Table A, include all customers that have posted customer collateral with the reporting 
direct intermediary. 
A.
Total value of non-
cash customer 
collateral posted with 
the direct 
intermediary as of the 
last business day of 
the Reporting Period
Total value of customer 
collateral posted with 
the direct intermediary 
as of the last business 
day of the Reporting 
Period
Number of customers 
represented by the 
reported total value of 
customer collateral 
posted with the direct 
intermediary 




 
Table B
Table B is to be completed by each direct intermediary that receives customer 
collateral from an indirect intermediary in accordance with the Instrument. Complete 
a separate line for each indirect intermediary that has posted customer collateral with 
the reporting direct intermediary. Where an LEI is not available, please provide the 
complete legal name of the indirect intermediary.
B.
Indirect intermediary
Customer collateral


Total value of non-
cash customer 
collateral posted 
with the direct 
intermediary as of 
the last business day 
of the Reporting 
Period
Total value 
of customer 
collateral 
posted with 
the direct 
intermediary 
as of the last 
business day 
of the 
Reporting 
Period
1.
[LEI of any indirect 
intermediary that has posted 
customer collateral with the 
reporting direct intermediary]


Table C
Table C is to be completed by each direct intermediary that receives customer 
collateral from a customer or from an indirect intermediary in accordance with the 
Instrument. Complete a separate line for each location at which customer collateral is 
held by or for the reporting direct intermediary. Where an LEI is not available, please 
provide the complete legal and operating name(s) of the permitted depository. 
C.
Permitted depository


1.
[LEI of reporting direct intermediary, if holding customer collateral 
itself]
2.
[LEI of any permitted depository holding customer collateral for the 
reporting direct intermediary]

 
Table D
Table D is to be completed by each direct intermediary that has posted customer 
collateral with a regulated clearing agency in accordance with the Instrument. 
Complete a separate line for each regulated clearing agency with which the reporting 
direct intermediary has posted customer collateral. Where an LEI is not available, 
please provide the complete legal and operating name(s) of the regulated clearing 
agency.
D.
Regulated clearing agency
Customer collateral


Total value of non-
cash customer 
collateral posted with 
the regulated 
clearing agency as of 
the last business day 
of the Reporting 
Period
Total value of 
customer 
collateral 
posted with 
the regulated 
clearing 
agency as of 
the last 
business day 
of the 
Reporting 
Period
1.
[LEI of any regulated clearing 
agency with which the reporting 
direct intermediary has posted 
customer collateral]



 
FORM 94-102F2 
CUSTOMER COLLATERAL REPORT: INDIRECT INTERMEDIARY
This Form 94-102F2 is to be completed by each person or company that acts as an 
indirect intermediary in order to comply with its reporting obligations to the local 
securities regulator under subsection 25(2) of National Instrument 94-102 
Derivatives: Customer Clearing and Protection of Customer Collateral and Positions 
(the "Instrument").
Type of Filing:	0 INITIAL	0 AMENDMENT1
Reporting Date2 
DD/MM/YY
Reporting Period3
MM/YY

Reporting indirect intermediary
[LEI]4
Table A
Table A is to be completed by each indirect intermediary that receives customer 
collateral from a customer in accordance with the Instrument. For calculations in 
Table A include all customers that have posted customer collateral with the reporting 
indirect intermediary. 

A.
Total value of non-
cash customer 
collateral posted with 
the indirect 
intermediary as of the 
last business day of 
the Reporting Period
Total value of customer 
collateral posted with 
the indirect 
intermediary as of the 
last business day of the 
Reporting Period
Number of customers 
represented by the 
reported total value of 
customer collateral 
posted with the indirect 
intermediary5








_________________________________
1 Please mark the form as "amendment" if the form is being resubmitted to correct or replace a form 
previously filed for a Reporting Period. Otherwise, please make the form as "initial".
2 The Reporting Date must be within 10 business days of the end of the Reporting Period.
3 The Reporting Period is the calendar month for which the form is submitted. .
4 Where an LEI is not available, please provide the complete legal name of the reporting indirect 
intermediary together with the complete address of its head office.
5 Please report the number of customers whose customer collateral was included in calculating the 
value reported in the second column of Table A.
Table B
Table B is to be completed by each indirect intermediary that receives customer 
collateral from a customer in accordance with the Instrument. Complete a separate 
line for each location at which customer collateral is held by or for the reporting 
indirect intermediary. Where an LEI is not available, please provide the complete 
legal and operating name(s) of the permitted depository.
B.
Permitted depository


1.
[Reporting indirect intermediary, if holding customer collateral itself]
2.
[Any permitted depository holding customer collateral for the reporting 
direct intermediary]
Table C
Table C is to be completed by each indirect intermediary that has posted customer 
collateral with a direct intermediary in accordance with the Instrument. Complete a 
separate line for each direct intermediary with which the reporting indirect 
intermediary has posted customer collateral. Where an LEI is not available, please 
provide the complete legal and operating name(s) of the direct intermediary. 
C.
Direct intermediary
Customer collateral


Total value of non-
cash customer 
collateral posted with 
the direct 
intermediary as of the 
last business day of 
the Reporting Period
Total value of 
customer 
collateral 
posted with 
the direct 
intermediary 
as of the last 
business day 
of the 
Reporting 
Period
1.
[LEI of any direct intermediary 
with which the reporting 
indirect intermediary has 
posted customer collateral]



 
FORM 94-102F3 
CUSTOMER COLLATERAL REPORT: REGULATED CLEARING AGENCY
This Form 94-102F3 is to be completed by each regulated clearing agency in order to 
comply with its reporting obligations to the local securities regulator under section 43 
of National Instrument 94-102 Derivatives: Customer Clearing and Protection of 
Customer Collateral and Positions (the "Instrument").
Type of Filing: 	0 INITIAL	0 AMENDMENT1
Reporting Date2 
DD/MM/YY
Reporting Period3
MM/YY

Reporting regulated clearing agency
[LEI]4
Table A
Table A is to be completed by each regulated clearing agency that receives customer 
collateral from a direct intermediary in accordance with the Instrument. Complete a 
separate line for each direct intermediary that has posted customer collateral with the 
reporting regulated clearing agency. Where an LEI is not available, please provide the 
complete legal name of the direct intermediary.
A.
Direct intermediary
Customer collateral


Total value of non-
cash customer 
collateral posted 
with the regulated 
clearing agency as of 
the last business day 
of the Reporting 
Period
Total value of 
customer 
collateral 
posted with 
the regulated 
clearing 
agency as of 
the last 
business day 
of the 
Reporting 
Period
1.
[LEI of any direct intermediary 
that has posted customer 
collateral with the reporting 
regulated clearing agency]


___________________________________
1 Please mark the form as "amendment" if the form is being resubmitted to correct or replace a form 
previously filed for a Reporting Period. Otherwise, please mark the form as "initial".
2 The Reporting Date must be within 10 business days of the end of the Reporting Period.
3 The Reporting Period is the calendar month for which the form is submitted.
4 Where an LEI is not available, please provide the complete legal name of the reporting regulated 
clearing agency together with the complete address of its head office.
Table B
Table B is to be completed by each regulated clearing agency that holds customer 
collateral in accordance with the Instrument. Complete a separate line for each 
location at which customer collateral is held by or for the reporting regulated clearing 
agency. Where an LEI is not available, please provide the complete legal and 
operating name(s) of the permitted depository. 
B.
Permitted depository


1.
[LEI of reporting regulated clearing agency, if holding customer 
collateral itself]
2.
[LEI of any permitted depository holding customer collateral for the 
reporting regulated clearing agency]

Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Effective January 31, 2017, Compania Espanola de Seguros y Reaseguros de 
Credito y Caucion, S.A.U. changed its name to Atradius Credito y Caucion, S.A. de 
Seguros y Reaseguros.
David Sorensen 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of Leduc
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Leduc will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Lede Room B, #1 
Alexandra Park, Leduc, Alberta, on Tuesday, August 15, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
 
Lot/Block
Plan


UNIT 7
0840705


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 lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the City of 
Leduc 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 or 
land.  No terms and conditions will be considered other than those specified by the 
City of Leduc.  The successful bidder shall be required to execute a Sale Agreement 
in a form and substance acceptable to the City of Leduc.  No further information is 
available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The City of Leduc may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, bank draft, or certified cheque made payable to City of Leduc on the 
date of the public auction
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at City of Leduc, Alberta, June 13, 2017.
Jennifer Cannon, Director, Finance.
______________
Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 will offer for sale, by public auction, in 
the Municipal Office, Wabasca, Alberta, on Tuesday, September 5, 2017, at 
10:00 a.m., the following lands:
C of T or Linc #
Plan
Blk
Lot
052 193 229 +7
8321796

5
002 097 472
8321796

13
972 285 972
472RS
1
3
112 280 002
7822893
1
2
922 032 403
7822894
5
4
972 060 825
7922533
15
4
112 014 965 +1
0023445
1
2
072 702 642
8620788
4
19
992 376 321
8922919

20A
052 134 932 +1
9522262
A
11
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 may, after the public auction, become 
the owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque;  A deposit of $100 at time of the sale (non-
refundable); and balance including GST within 10 days of the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Wabasca, Alberta, June 12, 2017.
Helen Alook, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Blackfalds
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The Town of Blackfalds will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council 
Chambers of the Civic Center, 5018 Waghorn Street, Blackfalds, Alberta, on 
Thursday, August 10, 2017, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Pt. of Sec.
Sec
Twp
Rge
M
C. of T.
Pt. NE
22
39
27
4
132286311
The parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Blackfalds makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, 
or the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
Conditions:  Sale subject to approval of sales agreement.
The Town of Blackfalds may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, certified cheque or bank draft; with minimum 25% deposit at the time 
of sale and balance within 10 days of date of public auction (August 24, 2017).
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Blackfalds, Alberta, June 13, 2017.
Betty Quinlan, Director of Corporate Services.
______________
Town of Claresholm
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The Town of Claresholm will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town of 
Claresholm Administration Office, at 221 - 45 Ave West, Claresholm, Alberta, on 
Wednesday, August 23, 2017, at 9:00 a.m., the following lands:
LOT
BLOCK
PLAN
C OF T
N 50' of 20
1
147N
021376236
N 1/2 9-12
85
147N
174 S 229
6
3
8510082
131061282
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 lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Claresholm 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 precedent to the 
sale of any parcel of land. No terms or conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Town of Claresholm. No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Town of Claresholm may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque. Deposit: 10% of bid at the time of the sale, August 
23rd, 2017. Balance: 90% of bid within 30 days of receipt by the Town of 
Claresholm. Goods and Services Taxes (GST) applicable 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 Claresholm, Alberta, June 2, 2017.
Marian Carlson, Chief Administrative Officer
______________
Town of Milk River
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Milk River will offer for sale, by closed sealed bids, with a public 
opening, at the Town Office, 240 Main Street, Milk River, Alberta, on Thursday, 
August 10, 2017, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Title
Linc
Lot
Block
Plan
Reserve Bid
081071623
0020167615
17
2
2227Y
$51,580
The parcel will be offered for sale, subject to reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of Milk 
River 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.  All bids must be submitted in a 
sealed envelope and will be opened in public.  No bid will be accepted where the 
bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No terms and 
conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the Town of Milk 
River.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Town of Milk River may, after the opening of the bids (close of the public 
auction), become the owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% down payment at bid opening (public auction date); balance within 30 
days of the public auction (opening date).  All payments must be made by Cash or 
Certified Cheque.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
 
Dated at Milk River, Alberta, June 15, 2017.
Ryan Leuzinger, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Kitscoty
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Kitscoty will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Village of Kitscoty 
Office #2 located at 5015 - 50th Street, Kitscoty, Alberta, on Tuesday, September 5, 
2017, at 6:30 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
8
17
8120655
142410041
The parcel of land will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Village of 
Kitscoty 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 
Village of Kitscoty.
The Village of Kitscoty may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
All bidders or their agents must be present at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque, 20% deposit on sale date, and balance due within 
30 days of the date of the public auction.  GST will apply to all applicable lands.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at the Village of Kitscoty, Alberta, June 9, 2017.
Sharon Williams, Chief Administrative Officer.






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