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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 113	Edmonton, Thursday, November 30, 2017	No. 22
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
August 23, 2017 
Anderson, Patricia Alice of Drumheller 
Chapman, Rebecca Anne of Edmonton 
Huq, Zak of Calgary 
Lisk, Jessica Lynn of Calgary 
Logel, Janine Melody of Drumheller 
Powers-Sanford, Crystal Margret of Red Deer
September 20, 2017 
Bayat, Zahra of Calgary 
Mitchell, Benjamin Thomas of Calgary
October 10, 2017 
Neale, Brianna Christine of Calgary 
Vandekerkhove, Angela Gabrielle Madonna of Calgary
Reappointment of Part-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
October 13, 2017 
John George Szekeres
For a term to expire on October 12, 2018.
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
November 22, 2017 
Honourable Judge Evan Darrell Riemer
For a term to expire on November 21, 2018.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 200/2016
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Catherine A. Fraser 
Administrator.	July 7, 2016
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
a)	Order in Council numbered O.C. 817/94 is amended in Schedule 3 by 
striking out the description for Area 1 and substituting the description for 
Area 1 as set out in the attached Appendix A;
b)	for taxation purposes in 2016, the land described in Appendix B and shown 
on the sketch in Appendix C and assessable improvements to it must be 
taxed using the municipal tax rate established for the Fort McMurray Urban 
Service Area for property of the same assessment class.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
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APPENDIX A
URBAN SERVICE AREA
AREA 1
Area 1 is made up of all lands contained within the limits of the following boundaries, 
excluding lands comprising any Indian Reserve or M‚tis Settlement situated therein:
Commencing at the southeast corner of section 1, township 88, range 9 proceeding 
westerly along the southern boundary of said section 1 and section 2 township 88, 
range 9, across the government road allowance to the intersection with the eastern 
boundary of Road Plan 102 5453,
thence northerly along the eastern boundary of said Road Plan 102 5453 to its 
intersection with Road Plan 627 PX,
thence northerly along the eastern boundary of said Road Plan 627 PX, across the 
government road allowance to its point of intersection with the eastwardly projected 
northern boundary of the south half of section 27, township 88, range 9,
thence westerly along the northern boundary of the south half of said section 27 
across Road Plan 627 PX and projected to a point of intersection with the right bank 
of the Hangingstone River,
thence following the right bank of the Hangingstone River downstream to the point of 
intersection with the northern boundary of section 4, township 89, range 9,
thence westerly along the northern boundary of said section 4 and its projection to the 
point of intersection with the right bank of the Horse River,
thence following the right bank of the Horse River downstream to its point of 
intersection with the eastern boundary of section 17, township 89, range 9,
thence northerly along the eastern boundary of said section 17 projecting northward to 
its intersection with the right bank of the Horse River,
thence downstream along the right bank of the Horse River to its point of 
convergence with the right bank of the Athabasca River,
thence from said point of convergence following its projection beyond the right bank 
of the Horse River to a point on the left bank of the Athabasca River,
thence upstream along the left bank of the Athabasca River to its intersection with the 
southwestern boundary of River Lot 28 in the Settlement of McMurray,
thence northwesterly along the southwestern boundary of said River Lot 28 to its 
intersection with the southern boundary of section 13, township 89, range 10,
thence westerly along the southern boundary of said section 13 and its projection 
across the government road allowance to the western boundary of the southeast 
quarter of section 14, township 89, range 10,
thence northerly along the western boundary of said southeast quarter of section 14 
and its projection to a point of intersection with the southeast corner of the northwest 
quarter of section 23, township 89, range 10,
thence westerly along the southern boundary of said northwest quarter of section 23 
across the government road allowance to the point of intersection with the southeast 
corner of the northeast quarter of section 22, township 89, range 10,
thence northerly along the eastern boundary of said section 22 and its projection 
northward across the government road allowance to the point of intersection with the 
northeast corner of the northeast quarter of section 34, township 89, range 10,
thence easterly across the government road allowance along the northern boundary of 
section 35, township 89, range 10 to the northeast corner of the northwest quarter of 
said section 35,
thence northerly across the government road allowance along the western boundary of 
the southeast quarter of section 2, township 90, range 10 to the northwest corner of 
said southeast quarter of section 2,
thence westerly along the southern boundary of the northwest quarter of section 2, 
township 90, range 10 across the government road allowance to the western boundary 
of the northeast quarter of section 3, township 90, range 10,
thence northerly along the west boundary of said section 3 and its projection 
northward to the intersection with the northern boundary of section 10, township 90, 
range 10,
thence easterly along the northern boundary of the northeast quarter of said section 10 
and its projection eastward across the government road allowances to a point of 
intersection with the western boundary of Road Plan 012 1488,
thence southerly along the western boundary of said Road Plan 012 1488 to its 
intersection with the northern boundary of the northwest quarter of section 6, 
township 90, range 9 and Road Plan 012 1487,
thence southerly along the western boundary of said Road Plan 012 1487 to its 
intersection with the southern boundary of the north half of section 6, township 90, 
range 9,
thence easterly across Road Plan 012 1487 along the southern boundary of the said 
north half of section 6 and its projection eastward to the point of intersection with the 
right bank of the Athabasca River,
thence upstream along the right bank of the Athabasca River to the point of its 
convergence with the right bank of the Clearwater River,
thence upstream along the right bank of the Clearwater River to its intersection with 
the northern boundary of the south half of section 2, township 89, range 9,
thence westerly along the northern boundary of the south half of said section 2 to the 
intersection with a point 261 metres east of the northeast corner of the southeast 
quarter of section 3, township 89, range 9,
thence southeasterly across the government road allowance to the intersection with a 
point 254 metres south of the northeast corner of the northeast quarter of section 35, 
township 88, range 9 on the eastern boundary of the said northeast quarter of section 
35,
thence south easterly across the government road allowance to the intersection with a 
point 548 metres north of the northeast corner of the northeast quarter of section 25, 
township 88, range 9 on the eastern boundary of the southeast quarter of section 36, 
township 88, range 9,
thence southeasterly across the government road allowance to the intersection with a 
point 351 metres north of the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section 30, 
township 88, range 8 on the western boundary of the southeast quarter of section 31, 
township 88, range 8,
thence southerly along the western boundary of the said southeast quarter of section 
31 to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of section 30, township 88, range 
8,
thence easterly along the northern boundary of the said northeast quarter of section 30 
to the southwest corner of Lot 17, Block 1, Plan 062 6005,
thence south easterly across the government road allowance to the point where the 
northern boundary of the southwest quarter of section 29, township 88, range 8 
intersects with the western boundary of Plan 4845 KS,
thence south easterly along the western boundary of said Plan 4845 KS to its 
intersection with the northern boundary of the southwest quarter of section 29, 
township 88, range 8,
Thence easterly along the northern boundary of the southwest quarter of section 29, 
township 88, range 8 to its intersection with the northwestern corner of the 
southeastern quarter of section 29, township 88 range 8,
Thence easterly along the northern boundary of the southeastern quarter of section 29, 
township 88 range 8 to its intersection with the southern boundary of 1553 CL,
Thence easterly along the southern boundary of 1553 CL to its intersection with the 
eastern boundary of the southeastern quarter of section 29, township 88, range 8, 
Thence northerly along the eastern boundary of the southeastern quarter of section 29, 
township 88, range 8 to the northeastern corner of the same quarter section,
Thence easterly across the government road allowance to the northwestern corner of 
southwestern quarter of section 28, township 88, range 8, 
Thence easterly along the northern boundary of southwestern quarter of section 28, 
township 88, range 8, to its intersection with the northwestern corner of the 
southeastern quarter of section 28, township 88, range 8,
Thence easterly along the northern boundary of southeastern quarter of section 28, 
township 88, range 8, to its intersection with the northwestern corner of the 
southwestern quarter of section 28, township 88, range 8,
Thence easterly along the northern boundary of southwestern quarter of section 27, 
township 88, range 8, to its intersection with plan 852 1969,
Thence southerly along the western edge of plan 852 1969 to its southern edge, 
Thence easterly along the southern edge of plan 852 1969 to its intersection with 
western boundary of the southwestern quarter of section 27, township 88, range 8,
Thence southerly along the western boundary southwestern quarter of section 27, 
township 88, range 8, crossing southerly 1553 CL and the government road 
allowance, to its intersection with the northeastern corner of northwestern quarter of 
section 22, township 88, range 8,
Thence southerly along the western boundary northwestern quarter of section 22, 
township 88, range 8, to its intersection with the northeastern corner of plan 152 
0043,
Thence southerly along the eastern boundary of plan 152 0043 to its southeast corner,
Thence westerly along the southern boundary of plan 152 0043 its intersection with 
the western edge of section 22, township 88, range 8,
Thence southerly along the western edge of section 22 its intersection with road plan 
762 1811,
Thence southerly crossing road plan 762 1811 to the southern edge of said plan, 
Thence westerly along the southern boundary of road plan 762 1811 extending across 
the government road allowance to its intersection with the northeast corner of road 
plan 062 6930,
Thence southerly along the eastern boundary of road plan 062 6930 to its southeast 
corner,
Thence westerly along the southern boundary of road plan 062 6930 to its southwest 
corner,
Thence northerly along the western boundary of road plan 062 6930 to its intersection 
with the southern boundary of road plan 762 1811,
Thence westerly along the southern boundary of road plan 762 1811 extending across 
the government road allowance, to its intersection with the southern boundary of 
Road Plan 885 PX,
thence southwesterly along the southern boundary of said Road Plan 885 PX 
extending to its intersection with the western boundary of the northwest quarter of 
section 24, township 88, range 9,
thence northerly along the western boundary of the said northwest quarter of section 
24 to its northwest corner,
thence westerly across the government road allowance to its intersection with the 
northeastern corner of the northeast quarter of section 23, township 88, range 9,
thence southerly along the eastern boundary of said section 23, and its projection to 
the point of intersection with Lot 2, Block 1, Plan 102 5452, 
thence southeasterly across the government road allowance along the eastern 
boundary of Lot 2, Block 1, Plan 102 5452 to the intersection with the northern 
boundary of the northwest quarter of section 1, township 88, range 9,
thence easterly along the northern boundary of said northwest quarter of section 1 to 
its northeast corner,
thence southerly along the eastern boundary of said northwest quarter of section 1 to 
the point of intersection with the eastern boundary of Lot 2, Block 1, Plan 102 5452,
thence southeasterly along the eastern boundary of Lot 2, Block 1, Plan 102 5452 to 
the intersection with the northern boundary of the southeast quarter of section 1, 
township 88, range 9,
thence easterly along the northern boundary of said southeast quarter of section 1 to 
its northeast corner,
thence southerly along the eastern boundary of said southeast quarter of section 1, 
township 88, range 9, to the point of commencement.
All of the above lands being located west of the Fourth Meridian in the province of 
Alberta. 
 
APPENDIX B
The following described lands, excluding lands comprising any Indian Reserve or 
Metis settlement situated therein:
Township 88	 In range 8, 
all those portions of the northeast of section 16 north of road plan 762 1811, including 
road plan 762 1811;
all those portions of the northwest of section 16 north of road plan 762 1811, 
including road plan 762 1811;
all those portions of the northeast of section 17 north of road plan 762 1811, including 
road plan 762 1811;
all those portions of the northwest of section 17 north of road plan 762 1811, 
including road plan 762 1811 and road plan 062 6930;
all those portions of the northeast quarter of section 19 north of road plan 762 1811, 
including road plan 762 1811;
all those portions of section 20 including north of road plan 762 1811 and road plan 
062 6930, including road plan 762 1811; 
all lands in section 21; 
all those portions of the northwest quarter section 22 north of plan 152 0043, 
including lands part of plan 152 0043; 
all those portions of the southwest of section 27 except those part of plan 852 1969; 
all those lands in the southeast quarter of section 28;
all those lands in the southwest quarter of section 28;
all those portions of the southeast quarter section 29 except lands part of plan 1553 
CL and plan 3171 TR; 
all those portions of the southwest quarter section 29, east of right of way 4845 KS, 
including right of way 4845 KS;
all those portions of the northeast quarter section 29, legal subdivision 9, south of plan 
1553 CL 
all those portions of section 30 south of road plan 885 PX and north of road plan 762 
1811, including road plan 762 1811;
 
APPENDIX C
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE LANDS 
DESCRIBED IN APPENDIX B

 
 
O.C. 239/2017
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	July 12, 2017
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, effective September 1, 2017,
(a)	dissolves the Village of Botha,
(b)	directs that the former area of the village be designated as a hamlet and 
becomes part of the County of Stettler No. 6, and
(c)	makes the Order in the attached Appendix.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER DISSOLVING 
THE VILLAGE OF BOTHA
1	In this Order, 
(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
(b)	"dissolution date" means September 1, 2017;
(c)	"former area of the village" means the land in the Village of Botha before 
the dissolution date;
(d)	"receiving municipality" means The County of Stettler No. 6;
(e)	"village" means the Village of Botha.
2	Effective September 1, 2017,
(a)	the Village of Botha is dissolved, 
(b)	the land described in the Schedule becomes part of The County of Stettler 
No. 6,
(c)	the former area of the village is part of Ward 3 (Botha Gadsby) of the 
receiving municipality until the receiving municipality passes a bylaw 
pursuant to section 148 of the Act that provides otherwise,
(d)	the former area of the village is designated as a hamlet to be known as the 
Hamlet of Botha until the council of the receiving municipality changes the 
designation in accordance with section 59 of the Act,
(e)	the boundaries of the Hamlet of Botha are described in the Schedule,
(f)	all liabilities of the village, whether arising under debenture or otherwise, 
and all assets, rights, duties, functions and obligations of the village are 
vested in the receiving municipality and may be dealt with in the name of 
the receiving municipality,
(g)	bylaws and resolutions of the village continue to apply in the former area of 
the village until the bylaws or resolutions are repealed, amended or replaced 
by the council of the receiving municipality,
(h)	the receiving municipality may impose an additional tax under Part 10 of the 
Act on property located in the former area of the village, including linear 
property as defined in section 284(1)(k) of the Act, to pay for any liabilities 
referred to in clause (f) that exceed the assets referred to in clause (f),
(i)	the receiving municipality may, by bylaw, impose an additional tax under 
Part 10 of the Act on the former area of the village to meet obligations under 
a borrowing that was made
(i)	by the village prior to its dissolution, and
(ii)	in respect of the former area of the village,
(j)	a bylaw referred to in clause (i) may be passed each year until the borrowing 
is fully repaid,
(k)	a reference to the village in any order, regulation, bylaw, certificate of title, 
agreement or any other instrument is deemed to be a reference to the 
receiving municipality, 
(l)	the employees of the village at its dissolution are deemed to be employees of 
the receiving municipality,
(m)	all employment records related to past and current employees of the village 
are transferred to the receiving municipality, and
(n)	all liabilities related to past and current employees of the village are 
transferred to the receiving municipality.
3(1)	The receiving municipality shall use
(a)	money received from the village on its dissolution, and
(b)	money received from the sale of any assets of the village vested in the 
receiving municipality under section 2(f) and sold by the receiving 
municipality before December 31, 2022,
only for the purposes of paying or reducing a liability vested in the receiving 
municipality under section 2(f) or for purposes for which the village could have used 
it.
(2)	All money referred to in subsection (1) must be accounted for separately by the 
receiving municipality.
4	The assessor for The County of Stettler No. 6 shall keep the assessment and tax 
rolls for the land described in the Schedule separate from the assessment and tax rolls 
for other land in The County of Stettler No. 6 for the period from September 1, 2017 
to December 31, 2017, inclusive.
5(1)	For the period from January 1, 2017 up to and including the dissolution date, 
sections 276, 277 and 278 of the Act do not apply to the village and the receiving 
municipality shall appoint an auditor to complete a review engagement of all financial 
transactions of the village for that period. 
(2)	The scope of the review engagement shall be determined in accordance with the 
generally accepted auditing standards for municipal governments.
6	If a complaint is made under section 460 of the Act in respect of property located 
in the former area of the village and is properly filed in accordance with the Act and 
regulations before the dissolution date, the complaint
(a)	shall be heard and decided by the assessment review board established by 
the village, if that board began hearing the matter before the dissolution 
date, or
(b)	shall be heard and decided by the assessment review board established by 
the receiving municipality, in any other case.
7	The Minister may decide any other matter relating to the rights, obligations, 
liabilities, assets or any other thing in respect of the village resulting from the 
dissolution of the village.
8	Pursuant to section 14(1)(e) of the Foreign Ownership of Land Regulations (AR 
160/79), the land within the boundaries of the Hamlet of Botha is excluded from the 
operation of those Regulations.
 
Schedule
HAMLET OF BOTHA
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION THIRTY THREE 
(33), TOWNSHIP THIRTY EIGHT (38), RANGE EIGHTEEN (18), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN, INCLUDING THE NORTH SOUTH ROAD 
ALLOWANCE ON THE WEST SIDE OF SAID HALF SECTION, EXCLUDING 
THE PORTION OF SAID HALF SECTION CONTAINED WITHIN THE AREA 
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID HALF 
SECTION, THENCE EASTWARD ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF 
SAID HALF SECTION TO THE FIRST POINT WHERE THE SOUTH 
BOUNDARY INTERSECTS THE SOUTH EASTERLY POINT OF PLAN 892 
0633.
THENCE NORTH ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID PLAN TO ITS 
INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF THE EAST WEST 
ROAD ALLOWANCE OF TOWNSHIP ROAD 385A.
THENCE NORTH ACROSS THE EAST WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE TO 
ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 082 1589.
THENCE EAST ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF SAID PLAN  
TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 3417 
AB.
THENCE EAST ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF SAID PLAN 
TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID HALF 
SECTION.
THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID HALF 
SECTION TO ITS INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF 
SAID HALF SECTION.
THENCE WEST ALONG THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF SAID HALF 
SECTION TO THE POINT OF COMMENCEMENT.
 
O.C. 240/2017
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	July 12, 2017
The Lieutenant Governor in Council, effective September 1, 2017,
a)	dissolves the Village of Willingdon,
b)	directs that the former area of the village be designated as a hamlet and 
becomes part of the County of Two Hills No. 21, and
c)	makes the Order in the attached Appendix.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER DISSOLVING 
THE VILLAGE OF WILLINGDON
1	In this Order, 
(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
(b)	"dissolution date" means September 1, 2017;
(c)	"former area of the village" means the land in the Village of Willingdon 
before the dissolution date;
(d)	"receiving municipality" means the County of Two Hills No. 21;
(e)	"village" means the Village of Willingdon.
2	Effective September 1, 2017,
(a)	the Village of Willingdon is dissolved, 
(b)	the land described in the Schedule becomes part of the County of Two Hills 
No. 21,
(c)	the former area of the village is part of electoral division 4 of the receiving 
municipality until the receiving municipality passes a bylaw pursuant to 
section 148 of the Act that provides otherwise,
(d)	the former area of the village is designated as a hamlet to be known as the 
Hamlet of Willingdon until the council of the receiving municipality 
changes the designation in accordance with section 59 of the Act,
(e)	the boundaries of the Hamlet of Willingdon are described in the Schedule,
(f)	all liabilities of the village, whether arising under debenture or otherwise, 
and all assets, rights, duties, functions and obligations of the village are 
vested in the receiving municipality and may be dealt with in the name of 
the receiving municipality,
(g)	bylaws and resolutions of the village continue to apply in the former area of 
the village until the bylaws or resolutions are repealed, amended or replaced 
by the council of the receiving municipality,
(h)	the receiving municipality may impose an additional tax under Part 10 of the 
Act on property located in the former area of the village, including linear 
property as defined in section 284(1)(k) of the Act, to pay for any liabilities 
referred to in clause (f) that exceed the assets referred to in clause (f),
(i)	the receiving municipality may, by bylaw, impose an additional tax under 
Part 10 of the Act on the former area of the village to meet obligations under 
a borrowing that was made
(i)	by the village prior to its dissolution, and
(ii)	in respect of the former area of the village,
(j)	a bylaw referred to in clause (i) may be passed each year until the borrowing 
is fully repaid,
(k)	a reference to the village in any order, regulation, bylaw, certificate of title, 
agreement or any other instrument is deemed to be a reference to the 
receiving municipality, 
(l)	the employees of the village at its dissolution are deemed to be employees of 
the receiving municipality,
(m)	all employment records related to past and current employees of the village 
are transferred to the receiving municipality, and
(n)	all liabilities related to past and current employees of the village are 
transferred to the receiving municipality.
3(1)	The receiving municipality shall use
(a)	money received from the village on its dissolution, and
(b)	money received from the sale of any assets of the village vested in the 
receiving municipality under section 2(f) and sold by the receiving 
municipality before December 31, 2022,
only for the purposes of paying or reducing a liability vested in the receiving 
municipality under section 2(f) or for purposes for which the village could have used 
it.
(2)	All money referred to in subsection (1) must be accounted for separately by the 
receiving municipality.

4	The assessor for the County of Two Hills No. 21 shall keep the assessment and 
tax rolls for the land described in the Schedule separate from the assessment and tax 
rolls for other land in the County of Two Hills No. 21 for the period from September 
1, 2017 to December 31, 2017, inclusive.
5(1)	For the period from January 1, 2017 up to and including the dissolution date, 
sections 276, 277 and 278 of the Act do not apply to the village and the receiving 
municipality shall appoint an auditor to complete a review engagement of all financial 
transactions of the village for that period. 
(2)	The scope of the review engagement shall be determined in accordance with the 
generally accepted auditing standards for municipal governments.
6	If a complaint is made under section 460 of the Act in respect of property located 
in the former area of the village and is properly filed in accordance with the Act and 
regulations before the dissolution date, the complaint
(a)	shall be heard and decided by the assessment review board established by 
the village, if that board began hearing the matter before the dissolution 
date, or
(b)	shall be heard and decided by the assessment review board established by 
the receiving municipality, in any other case.
7	The Minister may decide any other matter relating to the rights, obligations, 
liabilities, assets or any other thing in respect of the village resulting from the 
dissolution of the village.
8	Pursuant to section 14(1)(e) of the Foreign Ownership of Land Regulations (AR 
160/79), the land within the boundaries of the Hamlet of Willingdon is excluded from 
the operation of those Regulations.
 
Schedule
HAMLET OF WILLINGDON
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION ELEVEN (11), 
TOWNSHIP FIFTY-SIX (56), RANGE FIFTEEN (15), WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN, EXCLUDING LANDS SOUTH OF PLAN 1092 E.O.
O.C. 259/2017
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	September 14, 2017
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Order Changing the Status of Lac 
La Biche County to a Specialized Municipality set out in the attached Appendix.
Rachel Notley, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER CHANGING THE STATUS OF LAC LA BICHE COUNTY TO A 
SPECIALIZED MUNICIPALITY
Definitions
1	In this Order, 
(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act; 
(b)	"council" means the council of the specialized municipality;
(c)	"effective date" means January 1, 2018;
(d)	"old municipality" means the municipal district of Lac La Biche 
County formed by Order in Council numbered O.C. 332/2007;
(e)	"specialized municipality" means the specialized municipality referred 
to in section 2 and named "Lac La Biche County" in section 2(3);
(f)	"Rural Service Area" means the area described as Area 1 in Schedule 1;
(g)	"Urban Service Area" means the area  described as Area 2 in Schedule 
1.
 
Change of status to specialized municipality 
2(1)	On the effective date, the status of the old municipality is changed from a 
municipal district to a specialized municipality.
(2)	The status of the old municipality is changed to a specialized municipality to 
provide for the unique needs of a municipality including an urban centre and a 
large rural territory.
(3)	The official name of the specialized municipality is Lac La Biche County.  
(4)	The provisions of the Act and other enactments are modified to the extent 
necessary to accomplish the intent of this Order.
(5)	Except as otherwise provided in this Order, for the purposes of the Act and 
all other enactments, but not for any other purpose, enactments applicable to a 
town apply in the Urban Service Area and enactments applicable to a municipal 
district apply in the Rural Service Area.
Municipal council structure
3(1)	The council shall consist of 8 councillors and the chief elected official.
(2)	The chief elected official shall have the title "Mayor".
(3)	The chief elected official shall be elected by a vote of the electors and be 
elected at large.
(4)	The  specialized municipality shall be divided into 7 electoral wards having 
the boundaries described in Schedule 2. 
(5)	Wards 1 to 6 shall have one councillor to be elected in each ward.
(6)	Ward 7 shall have 2 councillors elected in that ward.
(7)	The election and term of office for councillors and the Mayor are to be 
governed by the Local Authorities Election Act.
Rural service area
4(1)	The Rural Service Area shall be recognized as equivalent to a municipal 
district by the Government of Alberta for the purposes of program delivery and 
grant eligibility.
(2)	The specialized municipality shall provide the Government of Alberta any 
and all information required to administer programs or to determine the amount 
of grants that would apply to the Rural Service Area if it were a municipal 
district.
Urban service area
5(1)	The Urban Service area shall be recognized as equivalent to a town by the 
Government of Alberta for the purposes of program delivery and grant eligibility.
(2)	The specialized municipality shall provide the Government of Alberta any 
and all information required to administer programs or to determine the amount 
of grants that would apply to the Urban Service Area if it were a town.
Taxation matters
6	The council may, for each taxation year, pass a property tax bylaw providing 
for different tax rates for property in the Rural Service Area and in the Urban 
Service Area for each assessment class or sub-class referred to in section 297 of 
the Act.
Determination of population
7(1)	For the purpose of the determination of population under section 6 of the 
Police Act, the area of the specialized municipality, instead of being treated as an 
individual entity, shall be treated as if it were the following 3 separate areas:
(a)	the Rural Service Area;
(b)	the Hamlet of Lac La Biche;
(c)	the Hamlet of Plamondon.
(2)	For the purpose of reporting population to the Minister under section 4 of 
the Determination of Population Regulation (AR 63/2001), the form set out in 
Schedule 4 to that Regulation may be adapted to list separately the population of 
each of the 3 areas referred to in subsection (1).
(3)	This section ceases to apply when the population attributed under subsection 
(1) to any of the areas referred to in subsection (1)(a), (b) or (c) exceeds 5000.
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Schedule 1
Service Area Boundaries for the Specialized 
Municipality of Lac La Biche County
The service areas for the specialized municipality of Lac La Biche County are as 
follows:
AREA 1 - URBAN SERVICE AREA
Area 1 is made up of all those lands contained within the limits of the following 
boundaries:
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECTION THIRTY 
(30), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SIX (66), RANGE THIRTEEN (13), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN, AND THEN PROCEEDING NORTHERLY 
ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION TO THE 
INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF TOWNSHIP 
SIXTY-SIX (66), RANGE THIRTEEN (13), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) 
MERIDIAN,
THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID 
TOWNSHIP TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHEAST CORNER 
OF SECTION TWO (2), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE 
THIRTEEN (13), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE EASTERN BOUNDARY OF SAID 
SECTION TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE RIGHT SHORE OF  THE 
LAC LA BICHE LAKE,
THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE SOUTHERN SHORE OF THE LAC LA 
BICHE TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF 
RIVER LOT 58 IN THE SETTLEMENT OF LAC LA BICHE, LOCATED IN 
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION FOURTEEN (14), TOWNSHIP 
SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE FOURTEEN (14) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
(4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF 
RIVER LOT 58 IN THE SETTLEMENT OF LAC LA BICHE, AND THEN 
PROCEEDING ACROSS THE POWERLINE RIGHT OF WAY AS 
DESCRIBED IN PLAN 7079 MC TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 
5 AS DESCRIBED IN PLAN 002 3713,
THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 
TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID 
LOT BOUNDARY,
THEN PROCEEDING SOUTHWESTERLY TO THE INTERSECTION WITH 
THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF THE EAST-WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE OF 
SECTION FOURTEEN (14), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE 
FOURTEEN (14), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE WESTERLY ALONG SAID EAST-WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE 
TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHWEST BOUNDARY OF 
SECTION NINE (9), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE FOURTEEN 
(14), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE SOUTHERLY TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTH 
BOUNDARY OF ROAD PLAN 1922 PX,
THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY ALONG THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID  
ROAD PLAN TO THE INTERSECTION WITH ROAD PLAN 792 1356, 
THEN  PROCEEDING ACROSS ROAD PLAN 792 1356 TO THE 
INTERSECTION WITH THE WEST BOUNDARY OF NORTHWEST 
SECTION THREE (3), TOWNSHIP SIXTY (67), RANGE FOURTEEN (14), 
WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE IN A SOUTHERLY DIRECTION ALONG SAID BOUNDARY TO 
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION 
THREE (3), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE FOURTEEN (14), 
WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE 
EAST-WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE OF SECTION THREE (3), TOWNSHIP 
SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE FOURTEEN (14), WEST OF THE FOURTH 
(4TH) MERIDIAN FOR THREE HUNDRED (300) METERS,
THEN PROCEEDING SOUTH TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE 
SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF ROAD PLAN 5891 LZ,
THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF SAID 
ROAD PLAN TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST BOUNDARY OF 
ROAD PLAN 5242 LZ,
THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OFROAD PLAN 
5242 LZ TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF 
THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-EIGHT (28), 
TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SIX (66), RANGE FOURTEEN (14), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTHERN 
BOUNDARY OF SAID QUARTER SECTION TO THE SOUTHEAST 
CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-
EIGHT (28), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SIX (66), RANGE FOURTEEN (14), WEST 
OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THEN PROCEEDING IN A EASTERLY DIRECTION ACROSS THE 
NORTH-SOUTH ROAD ALLOWANCE TO THE INTERSECTION WITH 
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF PLAN 052 1788,
THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE EASTERN BOUNDARY OF THE 
SAID NORTH-SOUTH ROAD ALLOWANCE TO THE INTERSECTION 
WITH THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SECTION TWENTY-SEVEN (27), 
TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SIX (66), RANGE FOURTEEN (14), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE 
EAST-WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE TO THE POINT OF 
COMMENCEMENT.
AND
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-FIVE (35), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SEVEN 
(67), RANGE SIXTEEN (16), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN, 
AND THEN PROCEEDING NORTHERLY ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY 
OF SAID SECTION TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE EASTERN 
BOUNDARY OF RIVER LOT 4 IN THE SETTLEMENT OF LAC LA BICHE 
IN THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION ELEVEN (11), TOWNSHIP 
SIXTY-EIGHT (68), RANGE SIXTEEN (16) WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) 
MERIDIAN,
THENCE  NORTHEASTERLY ALONG THE EASTERN BOUNDARY OF 
SAID RIVER LOT TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTHERN 
BOUNDARY OF SAID RIVER LOT,
THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG THE NORTHERN BOUNDARY OF 
SAID RIVER LOT, TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE EAST 
BOUNDARY OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION ELEVEN 
(11), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-EIGHT (68), RANGE SIXTEEN (16), WEST OF 
THE FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID  
SECTION TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF 
SAID SECTION,
THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION TO 
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE RIGHT SHORE OF HORSE LAKE IN 
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION TEN (10), TOWNSHIP SIXTY-
EIGHT (68), RANGE SIXTEEN (16), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) 
MERIDIAN,
THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY FOLLOWING THE RIGHT SHORE OF 
HORSE LAKE TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE WEST BOUNDARY 
OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION TEN (10), TOWNSHIP 
SIXTY-EIGHT (68), RANGE SIXTEEN (16), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) 
MERIDIAN,
THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID 
SECTION, TO THE INTERSECTION WITH SOUTHWEST CORNER OF 
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-FOUR (34), 
TOWNSHIP SIXTY-SEVEN (67), RANGE SIXTEEN (16), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4TH) MERIDIAN,
THENCE IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION TO THE POINT OF 
COMMENCEMENT.
 
AREA 2 - RURAL SERVICE AREA
Area 2 is made up of all those lands lying within the boundaries of the specialized 
municipality of Lac La Biche County, excluding all lands in Area 1 and excluding 
lands comprising any Indian Reserve or Metis Settlement.
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Schedule 2
Electoral Wards For 
The Specialized Municipality of Lac La Biche County
The electoral wards and ward boundaries for the specialized municipality are as 
follows:
ALL THE LANDS HEREIN SITUATED WEST OF THE FOURTH (4TH) 
MERIDIAN IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA AND FURTHER 
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS, EXCLUDING THEREOUT ALL THOSE 
AREAS CONTAINED WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF ANY TOWN, 
VILLAGE, SUMMER VILLAGE, INDIAN RESERVE OR METIS 
SETTLEMENT:
Ward One
TOWNSHIP 62:
All of Range 13, and 
In Range 14, section 36;
TOWNSHIP 63:
All of Ranges 10 to 13 inclusive, and 
In Range 14, sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36;
TOWNSHIP 64:
All of Ranges 10 to 13 inclusive;
TOWNSHIP 65:
All of Ranges 9 to 14 inclusive, and 
In Range 15, sections 1, 2, 11 to 14 inclusive, 23 to 26 inclusive, 35 and 36.
Ward Two
TOWNSHIP 64:
In Range 15, the northwest quarter of section 32;
TOWNSHIP 65:
All that portion of Range 15 not included in Ward One, and  
All of Range 16;
TOWNSHIP 66:
All of Ranges 15 and 16;
TOWNSHIP 67:
All of Range 15, and  
In Range 16, sections 1 to 24 inclusive;
TOWNSHIP 68:
In Range 15, sections 3 to 8 inclusive.
Ward Three
TOWNSHIP 67:
In Range 16, sections 25 to 36 inclusive;
TOWNSHIP 68:
In Range 15, sections 30 and 31, and  
All of Range 16;
TOWNSHIP 69:
All that portion of Range 15 excluding sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36, and 
All of Range 16;
TOWNSHIP 70:
All that portion of Range 15 excluding sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36, and 
All of Range 16.
Ward Four
TOWNSHIP 66:
In Range 14, sections 3 to 10 inclusive, 15 to 22 inclusive and 27 to 34 inclusive;
TOWNSHIP 67:
In Range 14, all that portion of fractional section 1 lying south of the south shore 
of Lac la Biche Lake, except that portion lying to the south of the north limit of 
Road Plan 3065 PX and the east boundary of LOT 3 PLAN 812 1193 production 
northerly until the intersection of the south shore of Lac la Biche Lake, and 
In Range 14, all those portions of sections 2 to 34 inclusive lying to the south and 
west of Lac la Biche Lake.
Ward Five
TOWNSHIP 66:
All that portion of Range 13 excluding those lands to the north and west of 
PLAN 052 6511, and
All that portion of Range 14 not included in Ward 4 excluding those lands to the 
north and east of PLAN 032 5356;
TOWNSHIP 67:
In Range 13, section 4,
In Range 13, all those portions of section 8 lying east of the shore of Lac la Biche 
Lake and all those portions of section 8 lying north of the southern boundary of 
River Lot 68 in the Lac La Biche Settlement, 
In Range 13, section 9,
In Range 13, in section 16 those lands to the south east of Road Plan 499 PX and 
the northwesterly projection of the south boundary of PLAN 862 1141 until its 
intersection with the south shore of Lac la Biche Lake including all of those 
lands to the south and east of the shore of Lac la Biche Lake,
In Range 13, section 17, all those lands lying southeast of Lac la Biche Lake, and
In Range 14, all those lands to the south of PLAN 3065 PX and to the west of 
PLAN 812 1193.
Ward Six
TOWNSHIP 66:
Ranges 9 to 12 inclusive;
TOWNSHIP 67:
All that portion of Ranges 9 to 14 inclusive not included in Ward Four, Five or 
Seven;
 
TOWNSHIP 68:
All that portion of Ranges 9 to 15 inclusive not included in Ward Two or Three; 
TOWNSHIP 69:
All that portion of Ranges 9 to 15 inclusive not included in Ward Three; 
TOWNSHIP 70:
All that portion of Ranges 9 to 15 inclusive not included in Ward Three; 
TOWNSHIPS 71 AND 72
All of Ranges 9 to 15 inclusive;
TOWNSHIPS 73 AND 74:
All of Ranges 3 to 15 inclusive;
TOWNSHIP 75:
All of Ranges 3 to 18 inclusive;
TOWNSHIPS 76 AND 77:
All of Ranges 10 to 18 inclusive;
TOWNSHIPS 78, 79 AND 80:
All of Ranges 10 to 17 inclusive.
Ward Seven
TOWNSHIP 66:
In Range 13, all those lands lying north and west of PLAN 052 6511, and
In Range 14, all those lands lying north and west of PLAN 052 6511;
TOWNSHIP 67:
In Range 13, all those lands in section 5 not included in Ward Five,
In Range 13, all those portions of section 6 lying south of the south shore of Lac 
La Biche, and
In Range 14, all those portions of the southeast quarter of section 1 not included 
in Ward Four or Five.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Culture and Tourism
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1103 
MO 07/17 
I, Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism, pursuant to section 20(1) of the 
Historical Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, HEREBY AMEND the original 
Ministerial Order signed by the Honourable Mary J. LeMessurier on November 1, 
1983 that designated as a Provincial Historic Resource the Edmonton (1881) School, 
legally described as: Lots 34, 35, 36, Block 4, Plan B, which are registered in Alberta 
Land Titles as instrument 832 265 137, as follows:
1.	by rescinding that portion of the Edmonton (1881) School Provincial Historic 
Resource designation dated November 1, 1983, registered in Alberta Land Titles 
as instrument 832 265 137, with respect to the lands legally described as:
Plan B 
Block 4 
Lot 34 
Excepting Thereout: 
A) The Most Southerly 2 Feet Throughout Said Lot 34.
2.	by striking section 2 of the original Ministerial Order and replacing it with, give 
notice that pursuant to Section 20(9) of that Act, notwithstanding any Other Act, 
no person shall
a)	destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any historic resource or land that has 
been designated under this section, or
b)	remove an historic object from an historic resource that has been designated 
under this section
without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	by striking section 3 of the original Ministerial Order and replacing it with, 
further give notice that the following provisions under Section 20 of that Act 
apply in cases of sale or inheritance of the above mentioned resource:
(11)	The owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other disposition of 
the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed sale or other disposition 
on the Minister.
(12)	When a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister of the inheritance within 
15 days after the historic resource is transferred to the person.
Further, I HERBY CONFIRM that the remaining lands designated under the 
Ministerial Order signed by the Honourable Mary J. LeMessurier on November 1, 
1983, and legally described as
Lots 35 and 36
Block 4
Plan B
Continue to be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 26th day of June, 2017.
Ricardo Miranda, Minister.
Energy
Declaration of Withdrawal from Unit Agreement
(Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulations)
The Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown in Right of Alberta hereby declares 
and states that the Crown in right of Alberta has withdrawn as a party to the 
agreement entitled "Bonnie Glen Cardium Unit No. 1" effective October 31, 2017.
Sarah Gartner, for Minister of Energy.
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Joffre Duvernay 
Agreement No. 12" and that the Unit became effective on October 1, 2018.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Leduc-Woodbend Nisku 
D-2 Agreement No. 2" and that the Unit became effective on June 1, 2017.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Justice and Solicitor General
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intox EC/IR II)
Canada Border Services Agency 
Clamp, Paul Alexander
(Date of Designation October 30, 2017)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police "K" Division, Traffic Services 
Burton, Breana Tomina 
Charlery, Melvin Lyndon 
Croteau, Kareen Marie Diane 
Dingle, Rebecca Jean 
Dunn, Jason Daniel Russell 
Felker, Sean Michael 
Fyfe, Darcy James 
Grant, Keeton Albert 
Greene, Casondra Lynn 
Harrington, Ryan John 
Hastie, Brandon Spencer 
Jensen, Russell William 
King, Travis Jonathon 
Knowles, Tony James 
Lafrance, Frederic 
Leclerc, Michael Joel 
MacDonald, William Brent 
Mestre, Keiner Augusto 
Pearce, Mark James 
Plamondon, Brendon Kelly 
Quilty, Jeremy Derrick 
Scott, Joshua Allan 
Sexsmith, Sean Michael 
Wood, Jeffrey Paul
(Date of Designation October 30, 2017)
Frechette, Lilliane Marie Jeannette
(Date of Designation November 1, 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 

ROBERT W JOHNSTON
Cash on Hand 
as of 
Nov.03/2017 
 
$6,917.83
Judicial District of 
Calgary Court File # 
111 815
C-021497
Legislative Assembly
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
Notice: Appointment of Returning Officer
Edmonton, November 10, 2017
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to section 9(1.1) of the Election Act, the 
following person has been appointed as Returning Officer for the purpose of 
conducting a by-election in the electoral division of Calgary-Lougheed.
Electoral Division
Returning Officer
Residence



18 Calgary-Lougheed
Huntley F. O'Neill
Calgary
Municipal Affairs
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1, 2017 to September 30, 2017
Function: 2017 Regional Training Initiative 
Purpose: Partnership with Alberta Rural Municipal Administrators' Association and 
Local Government Administration Association to host a series of one day training 
sessions for municipal administration. 
Amount: $26,208.39 
Date of Function: May 30 - September 13, 2017 
Location: Grand Prairie, Drumheller, Olds, St. Paul, Peace River and Camrose
Function: Municipal internship Program - Intern Session 
Purpose: Workshop for new interns in the 2017 Municipal Internship Program. 
Amount: $1,966.11 
Date of Function: June 12 - June 14, 2017 
Location: Edmonton
Safety Codes Council
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Cenovus Energy Deep Basin, Accreditation No. C000916, Order No. 3054
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations within the Corporation's industrial facilities for the discipline of 
Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 and Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code. 
Accredited Date: November 8, 2017	Issued Date: November 8, 2017.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 31-103  
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND  
ONGOING REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on July 12, 2017 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 31-103  
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND  
ONGOING REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS
1.	National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and 
Ongoing Registrant Obligations is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definitions:
"Canadian custodian" means any of the following:
(a)	a bank listed in Schedule I, II or III of the Bank Act (Canada);
(b)	a trust company that is incorporated under the laws of Canada or a 
jurisdiction of Canada and licensed or registered under the laws of 
Canada or a jurisdiction of Canada, and that has equity, as 
reported in its most recent audited financial statements, of not less 
than $10,000,000;
(c)	a company that is incorporated under the laws of Canada or a 
jurisdiction of Canada, and that is an affiliate of a bank or trust 
company referred to in paragraph (a) or (b), if either of the 
following applies:
(i)	the company has equity, as reported in its most recent 
audited financial statements, of not less than $10,000,000;
(ii)	the bank or trust company has assumed responsibility for 
all of the custodial obligations of the company for the cash 
and securities the company holds for a client or investment 
fund;
(d)	an investment dealer that is a member of IIROC and that is 
permitted under the rules of IIROC, as amended from time to 
time, to hold the cash and securities of a client or investment 
fund; 
"foreign custodian" means any of the following:
(a)	an entity that
(i)	is incorporated or organized under the laws of a country, or 
a political subdivision of a country, other than Canada,
(ii)	is regulated as a banking institution or trust company by the 
government, or an agency of the government, of the 
country under the laws of which it is incorporated or 
organized, or a political subdivision of that country, and
(iii)	has equity, as reported in its most recent audited financial 
statements, of not less than the equivalent of $100,000,000;
(b)	an affiliate of an entity referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c) of 
the definition of "Canadian custodian" or paragraph (a) of this 
definition if either of the following applies:
(i)	the affiliate has equity, as reported in its most recent 
audited financial statements, of not less than the equivalent 
of $100,000,000;
(ii)	the entity referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c) of the 
definition of "Canadian custodian" or paragraph (a) of this 
definition has assumed responsibility for all of the custodial 
obligations of the affiliate for the cash and securities the 
affiliate holds for a client or investment fund;
"qualified custodian" means a Canadian custodian or a foreign custodian;.
3.	Section 1.2 is replaced with the following:
1.2	Interpretation of "securities" in Alberta, British Columbia, New 
Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan
(1)	Subject to sections 8.2 and 8.26, in British Columbia, a reference to 
"securities" in this Instrument includes "exchange contracts", unless the 
context otherwise requires. 
(2)	Subject to sections 8.2 and 8.26, in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova 
Scotia and Saskatchewan, a reference to "securities" in this Instrument 
includes "derivatives", unless the context otherwise requires..
4.	Subsections 1.2(1) and (2), as amended by section 3 of this Instrument, are 
amended by replacing "8.2 and 8.26" with "8.2, 8.26 and 14.5.1".
5.	Section 3.16 is amended
(a)	in subsections (1) and (1.1) by adding "an investment dealer that is" 
after "a dealing representative of", and
(b)	in subsections (2) and (2.1) by adding "a mutual fund dealer that is" 
after "a dealing representative of".
6.	Section 7.1 is amended
(a)	in subparagraph (2)(d)(i) by deleting "whether or not a prospectus was 
filed in respect of the distribution,", 
(b)	by replacing subparagraph (2)(d)(ii) with the following:
(ii)	act as a dealer by trading a security, if all of the following 
apply:
(A)	the trade is not a distribution; 
(B)	an exemption from the prospectus requirement 
would be available to the seller if the trade were a 
distribution; 
(C)	the class of security is not listed, quoted or traded on 
a marketplace, or , and
(c)	by repealing subsection (5).
7.	Section 8.2 is replaced with the following:
 
8.2	Definition of "securities" in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, 
Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan
	Despite section 1.2, in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova 
Scotia and Saskatchewan, a reference to "securities" in this Division excludes 
"exchange contracts"..
8.	Subsection 8.6(1) is amended
(a)	by replacing "both of the following apply" with "all of the following 
apply",
(b)	by replacing paragraph (a) with the following:
(a)	the adviser or an affiliate of the adviser acts as the fund's adviser;, 
and
(c)	by adding the following paragraph:
(a.1)	the adviser or an affiliate of the adviser acts as the fund's 
investment fund manager;.
9.	Subsection 8.12(3) is amended by adding "New Brunswick," after 
"Manitoba,".
10.	Paragraph 8.18(2)(b) is replaced with the following:
(b)	a trade in a debt security with a permitted client if the debt 
security
(i)	is denominated in a currency other than the Canadian 
dollar, or 
(ii)	is or was originally offered primarily in a foreign 
jurisdiction and a prospectus has not been filed with a 
Canadian securities regulatory authority for the 
distribution;.
11.	Section 8.20.1 is replaced with the following: 
8.20.1	Exchange contract trades through or to a registered dealer - Alberta, 
British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan
	In Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and 
Saskatchewan, the dealer registration requirement does not apply to a 
registered adviser, or an advising representative or associate advising 
representative acting on behalf of the registered adviser, in respect of trading 
activities related to exchange contracts that are incidental to its providing 
advice to a client, if the trade is made through a dealer registered in a 
category that permits the trade or a dealer operating under an exemption 
from the dealer registration requirement..
12.	Section 8.24 is amended by adding "is an investment dealer that" after 
"account if the registered dealer".
13.	Section 8.26 is amended by replacing subsection (3) with the following:
(3)	The adviser registration requirement does not apply to a person or 
company if either of the following applies:
(a)	the person or company provides advice on a foreign 
security to a permitted client that is not registered under 
the securities legislation of a jurisdiction of Canada as an 
adviser or dealer;
(b)	the person or company provides advice on a security that 
is not a foreign security and the advice is incidental to the 
advice referred to in paragraph (a)..
14.	Subsection 9.3(1) is amended
(a)	by replacing "a registered firm" with "an investment dealer",
(b)	by replacing paragraph (m) with the following:
(m)	subsections 14.2(2) to (6) [relationship disclosure information];,
(c)	by adding the following paragraph: 
(m.1)	section 14.2.1 [pre-trade disclosure of charges];,
(d)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(m.2)	section 14.5.2 [restriction on self-custody and qualified custodian 
requirement];
(m.3) 	section 14.5.3 [cash and securities held by a qualified custodian];,
(e)	by replacing paragraph (n) with the following:
(n)	section 14.6 [client and investment fund assets held by a 
registered firm in trust];,
(f)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(n.1)	section 14.6.1 [custodial provisions relating to certain margin or 
security interests];
(n.2)	section 14.6.2 [custodial provisions relating to short sales];,
(g)	by repealing paragraphs (o) and (p),
(h)	by adding the following paragraph:
(p.1)	section 14.11.1 [determining market value];,
(i)	in paragraph (q) by replacing "[content and delivery of trade 
confirmation]."  with "[content and delivery of trade confirmation];" 
,and 
(j)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(r)	section 14.14 [account statements];
(s)	section 14.14.1 [additional statements];
(t)	section 14.14.2 [security position cost information];
(u)	section 14.17 [report on charges and other compensation];
(v)	section 14.18 [investment performance report];
(w)	section 14.19 [content of investment performance report];
(x)	section 14.20 [delivery of report on charges and other 
compensation and investment performance report]..
15.	Subsection 9.3(1.1) is amended by replacing "(q)" with "(x)".
16.	Subsection 9.3(2) is amended
(a)	by replacing "a registered firm" with "an investment dealer",
(b)	by replacing paragraph (i) with the following:
(i)	subsections 14.2(2) to (6) [relationship disclosure information];,
(c)	by adding the following paragraph: 
(i.1)	section 14.2.1 [pre-trade disclosure of charges];,
(d)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(i.2)	section 14.5.2 [restriction on self-custody and qualified custodian 
requirement];
(i.3)	section 14.5.3 [cash and securities held by a qualified custodian];,
(e)	by replacing paragraph (j) with the following:
(j)	section 14.6 [client and investment fund assets held by a 
registered firm in trust];,
(f)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(j.1)	section 14.6.1 [custodial provisions relating to certain margin or 
security interests];
(j.2)	section 14.6.2 [custodial provisions relating to short sales];,
(g)	by repealing paragraphs (k) and (l),
(h)	by adding the following paragraph:
(l.1)	section 14.11.1 [determining market value];,
(i)	in paragraph (m) by replacing "[content and delivery of trade 
confirmation]." with "[content and delivery of trade confirmation];", 
and
(j)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(n)	section 14.17 [report on charges and other compensation];
(o)	section 14.18 [investment performance report];
(p)	section 14.19 [content of investment performance report];
(q)	section 14.20 [delivery of report on charges and other 
compensation and investment performance report]..
17.	Subsection 9.3(2.1) is amended by replacing "(m)" with "(q)".
18.	Section 9.4(1) is amended
(a)	by replacing "a registered firm" with "a mutual fund dealer",
(b)	by replacing paragraph (m) with the following:
(m)	subsections 14.2(2), (3) and (5.1) [relationship disclosure 
information];,
(c)	by adding the following paragraph: 
(m.1)	section 14.2.1 [pre-trade disclosure of charges];,
(d)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(m.2) 	section 14.5.2 [restriction on self-custody and qualified custodian 
requirement];
(m.3) 	section 14.5.3 [cash and securities held by a qualified custodian];,
(e)	by replacing paragraph (n) with the following:
(n)	section 14.6 [client and investment fund assets held by a 
registered firm in trust];,
(f)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(n.1)	section 14.6.1 [custodial provisions relating to certain 
margin or security interests];
(n.2)	section 14.6.2 [custodial provisions relating to short 
sales];,
(g)	by repealing paragraphs (o) and (p),
(h)	by adding the following paragraph:
(p.1)	section 14.11.1 [determining market value];, 
(i)	in paragraph (q) by replacing "[content and delivery of trade 
confirmation]." with "[content and delivery of trade confirmation];", 
and
(j)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(r)	section 14.14 [account statements];
(s)	section 14.14.1 [additional statements];
(t)	section 14.14.2 [security position cost information];
(u)	section 14.17 [report on charges and other 
compensation];
(v)	section 14.18 [investment performance report];
(w)	section 14.19 [content of investment performance report];
(x)	section 14.20 [delivery of report on charges and other 
compensation and investment performance report]..
19.	Subsection 9.4(1.1) is amended by replacing "(q)" with "(x)".
20.	Subsection 9.4(2) is amended
(a)	by adding "is a mutual fund dealer that" after "If a registered firm",
(b)	by replacing paragraph (g) with the following:
(g)	subsections 14.2(2), (3) and (5.1) [relationship disclosure 
information];,
(c)	by adding the following paragraph: 
(g.1)	section 14.2.1 [pre-trade disclosure of charges];, 
(d)	by adding the following paragraphs: 
(g.2)	section 14.5.2 [restriction on self-custody and qualified custodian 
requirement];
(g.3)	section 14.5.3 [cash and securities held by a qualified custodian];,
 
(e)	by replacing paragraph (h) with the following:
(h)	section 14.6 [client and investment fund assets held by a 
registered firm in trust];,
(f)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(h.1)	section 14.6.1 [custodial provisions relating to certain margin or 
security interests];
(h.2)	section 14.6.2 [custodial provisions relating to short sales];,
(g)	by repealing paragraphs (i) and (j),
(h)	by adding the following paragraph:
(j.1)	section 14.11.1 [determining market value];, 
(i)	in paragraph (k) by replacing "[content and delivery of trade 
confirmation]." with "[content and delivery of trade confirmation];", 
and
(j)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(l)	section 14.17 [report on charges and other compensation];
(m)	section 14.18 [investment performance report];
(n)	section 14.19 [content of investment performance report];
(o)	section 14.20 [delivery of report on charges and other 
compensation and investment performance report]..
21.	Section 9.4 is amended
(a)	in subsection (2.1) by replacing "(k)" with "(o)", and
(b)	in subsection (4) by replacing "subsection (1)" with "subsection (1), 
other than paragraph (1)(h),".
22.	Subsection 12.1 (5) is amended by replacing "a registered firm" with "an 
investment dealer".
23.	Section 12.12 is amended
(a)	in subsection (2.1) by adding "is a mutual fund dealer that" after "If a 
registered firm", and
(b)	by adding the following subsections:
	(4)	Despite paragraph (1)(b), in Qu‚bec, a firm registered only in that 
jurisdiction and only in the category of mutual fund dealer may 
deliver to the securities regulatory authority, no later than the 90th 
day after the end of its financial year, the Monthly Report on Net 
Free Capital provided in Appendix I of the Regulation respecting 
the trust accounts and financial resources of securities firms, as 
that Appendix read on September 27, 2009, that shows the 
calculation of the firm's net free capital as at the end of its 
financial year and as at the end of the immediately preceding 
financial year, if any. 
(5)	Despite paragraph (2)(b), in Qu‚bec, a firm registered only in that 
jurisdiction and only in the category of mutual fund dealer may 
deliver to the securities regulatory authority, no later than the 30th 
day after the end of the first, second and third interim period of its 
financial year, the Monthly Report on Net Free Capital provided 
in Appendix I of the Regulation respecting the trust accounts and 
financial resources of securities firms, as that Appendix read on 
September 27, 2009, that shows the calculation of the firm's net 
free capital as at the end of the interim period and as at the end of 
the immediately preceding interim period, if any..
24.	Section 12.14 is amended
(a)	in subsection (4) by adding "is an investment dealer that" after "If a 
registered firm", and
(b)	in subsection (5) by adding "is a mutual fund dealer that" after "If a 
registered firm".
25.	Subsection 13.17 (1) is amended 
(a)	in paragraph (f) by replacing "[account statements]." with "[account 
statements];", and 
(b)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(g)	section 14.14.1 [additional statements];
(h)	section 14.14.2 [security position cost information];
(i)	section 14.17 [report on charges and other compensation];
(j)	section 14.18 [investment performance report]..
26.	Section 14.1 is amended by replacing "section 14.1.1, section 14.6," with 
"sections 14.1.1, 14.5.1, 14.5.2, 14.5.3, 14.6, 14.6.1, 14.6.2,".
27.	Section 14.1.1 is replaced with the following:
14.1.1	Duty to provide information 
	A registered investment fund manager of an investment fund must, within a 
reasonable period of time, provide a registered dealer, or a registered adviser, 
that has a client that owns securities of the investment fund, with the 
information that is required by the dealer or adviser in order for the dealer or 
adviser to comply with paragraph 14.12(1)(c), subsections 14.14(4) and (5), 
14.14.1(2) and 14.14.2(1) and paragraph 14.17(1)(h)..
28.	Subsection 14.2 (2) is amended
(a)	by adding "to a client" after "the information delivered", and
(b)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(a.1) 	in the case of a registered firm that holds the client's assets, or 
directs or arranges which custodian will hold the client's assets, 
disclosure of the location where, and a general description of the 
manner in which, the client's assets are held, and a description of 
the risks and benefits to the client arising from the assets being 
held at that location and in that manner;
(a.2)	in the case of a registered firm that has access to the client's assets
(i)	disclosure of the location where, and a general description 
of the manner in which, the client's assets are held, and a 
description of the risks and benefits to the client arising 
from the assets being held in that location and in that 
manner, and
(ii)	a description of the manner in which the client's assets are 
accessible by the registered firm, and a description of the 
risks and benefits to the client arising from having access to 
the assets in that manner;.
29.	The title of Division 3 of Part 14 is amended by adding "and investment fund 
assets" after "Client assets".
30.	Division 3 of Part 14 is amended by adding the following sections: 
14.5.1	Definition of "securities" in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, 
Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan
	Despite section 1.2, in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova 
Scotia and Saskatchewan, a reference to "securities" in this Division excludes 
"exchange contracts".. 
14.5.2	Restriction on self-custody and qualified custodian requirement
(1)	A registered firm must not be a custodian or sub-custodian for a client of 
the firm or for an investment fund in respect of the client's or investment 
fund's cash or securities unless the registered firm 
(a)	is a "Canadian custodian" under paragraph (a), (b) or (d) of the 
definition of "Canadian custodian",  and
(b)	has established and maintains a system of controls and 
supervision that a reasonable person would conclude is sufficient 
to manage the risks to the client or investment fund associated 
with the custody of the client's or investment fund's cash or 
securities.
(2)	A registered firm must ensure that any custodian for a client of the firm 
or for an investment fund managed by the firm in respect of the client's 
or investment fund's cash or securities is a Canadian custodian if the 
firm
(a)	directs or arranges which custodian will hold the cash or 
securities of the client or investment fund, or 
(b)	holds or has access to the cash or securities of the client or 
investment fund.
(3)	Despite the requirement to use a Canadian custodian in subsection (2), a 
foreign custodian may be a custodian of the cash or securities of the 
client or investment fund if a reasonable person would conclude, 
considering all of the relevant circumstances, including, for greater 
certainty, the nature of the regulation and the sufficiency of the equity of 
the foreign custodian, that using the foreign custodian is more beneficial 
to the client or investment fund than using a Canadian custodian. 
(4)	Despite the requirement to use a Canadian custodian in subsection (2), a 
Canadian financial institution may be a custodian of the cash of the 
client or investment fund.
(5)	For the purposes of subsections (2) and (3), the registered firm must 
ensure that the qualified custodian is functionally independent of the 
registered firm unless
(a)	the qualified custodian is a "Canadian custodian" under paragraph 
(a), (b) or (d) of the definition of "Canadian custodian", and 
(b)	the registered firm ensures that the qualified custodian has 
established and maintains a system of controls and supervision 
that a reasonable person would conclude is sufficient to manage 
the risks to the client or investment fund associated with the 
custody of the client's or investment fund's cash or securities.
(6)	For the purpose of subsection (4), the registered firm must ensure that 
the Canadian financial institution is functionally independent of the 
registered firm.
(7)	This section does not apply to a registered firm in respect of any of the 
following:
(a)	an investment fund that is subject to National Instrument 81-102 
Investment Funds;
(b)	an investment fund that is subject to National Instrument 41-101 
General Prospectus Requirements;
(c)	a security that is recorded on the books of the security's issuer, or 
the transfer agent of the security's issuer, only in the name of the 
client or investment fund; 
(d)	cash or securities of a permitted client, if the permitted client
(i)	is not an individual or an investment fund, and
(ii)	has acknowledged in writing that the permitted client is 
aware that the requirements in this section that would 
otherwise apply to the registered firm do not apply;
(e)	customer collateral subject to custodial requirements under 
National Instrument 94-102 Derivatives: Customer Clearing and 
Protection of Customer Collateral and Positions;
(f)	a security that evidences a debt obligation secured by a mortgage 
registered or published against the title of real estate if
(i)	the mortgage is registered or published in the name of the 
client or investment fund as mortgagee, or
(ii)	in the case of a syndicated mortgage, the mortgage is 
registered or published in the name of either of the 
following as mortgagee:
(A)	a person or company that is registered or licensed 
under mortgage brokerage, mortgage administrators, 
or mortgage dealer legislation of a jurisdiction of 
Canada if that mortgage is held in trust for the client 
or investment fund, as applicable;
(B)	each investor that is a mortgagee in respect of that 
mortgage.
14.5.3	Cash and securities held by a qualified custodian
	A registered firm that is subject to subsection 14.5.2(2), (3) or (4) must take 
reasonable steps to ensure that cash and securities of a client or an investment 
fund,
(a)	except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c), are held by the 
qualified custodian or, in respect of cash, the Canadian financial 
institution using an account number or other designation in the 
records of the qualified custodian or the Canadian financial 
institution, as applicable, sufficient to show that the beneficial 
ownership of the cash or securities of the client or investment 
fund is vested in that client or investment fund,
(b)	in the case of cash held in an account in the name of the registered 
firm, is held separate and apart from the registered firm's own 
property and held by the qualified custodian, or the Canadian 
financial institution, in a designated trust account in trust for 
clients or investment funds, or
(c)	in the case of cash or securities held for the purpose of bulk 
trading, are held in the name of the registered firm in trust for its 
clients or investment funds if the cash or securities are transferred 
to the client's or investment fund's account held by that client's or 
investment fund's qualified custodian or, in respect of cash, 
Canadian financial institution as soon as possible following a 
trade..
31.	Section 14.6 is replaced with the following:
14.6	Client and investment fund assets held by a registered firm in trust
(1)	If a registered firm holds client assets or investment fund assets other 
than cash or securities, or if a registered firm holds cash or securities of a 
client or an investment fund as permitted by section 14.5.2, the 
registered firm must hold the assets 
(a)	separate and apart from its own property,
(b)	in trust for the client or investment fund, and
(c)	in the case of cash, in a designated trust account with a Canadian 
custodian or Canadian financial institution.
(2)	Despite paragraph (1)(c), a foreign custodian may be a custodian for the 
cash of the client or investment fund if a reasonable person would 
conclude, considering all of the relevant circumstances, including, for 
greater certainty, the nature of the regulation and the sufficiency of the 
equity of the foreign custodian, that using the foreign custodian is more 
beneficial to the client or investment fund than using a Canadian 
custodian or a Canadian financial institution..
14.6.1	Custodial provisions relating to certain margin or security interests
(1)	In this section, "clearing corporation option", "futures exchange", 
"option on futures", "specified derivative" and "standardized future" 
have the same meaning as in section 1.1 of National Instrument 81-102 
Investment Funds.
(2)	Subsection 14.5.2(2) does not apply to a registered firm in respect of 
cash or securities of a client or investment fund deposited with a dealer 
as margin for transactions outside of Canada involving clearing 
corporation options, options on futures or standardized futures if
(a)	in the case of standardized futures and options on futures, the 
dealer is a member of a futures exchange or, in the case of 
clearing corporation options, is a member of a stock exchange, 
and, as a result in either case, is subject to a regulatory audit, 
(b)	the dealer has a net worth, determined from its most recent 
audited financial statements, in excess of $50 million, and 
(c)	a reasonable person would conclude that using the dealer is more 
beneficial to the client or investment fund than using a Canadian 
custodian.
(3)	Subsection 14.5.2(2) does not apply to a registered firm in respect of 
cash or securities of a client or investment fund deposited with the 
client's or investment fund's counterparty over which the client or 
investment fund has granted a security interest in connection with a 
particular specified derivatives transaction.
(4)	The registered firm must take reasonable steps to ensure that any 
agreement by which cash or securities of a client or investment fund are 
deposited in accordance with subsection (2) or (3) requires the person or 
company holding the cash or securities to ensure that its records show 
that the client or investment fund is the beneficial owner of the cash or 
securities.
14.6.2	Custodial provisions relating to short sales
	Subsection 14.5.2(2) does not apply to a registered firm in respect of cash or 
securities of a client or investment fund deposited as security in connection 
with a short sale of securities with a dealer outside of Canada if 
(a)	the dealer is a member of a stock exchange and is subject to a 
regulatory audit, 
(b)	the dealer has a net worth, determined from its most recent 
audited financial statements, in excess of $50 million, and 
(c)	a reasonable person would conclude that using the dealer is more 
beneficial to the client or investment fund than using a Canadian 
custodian..
32.	Section 14.7 is repealed.
33. 	Section 14.8 is repealed.
34.	Section 14.9 is repealed. 
35.	Subsection 14.11.1(2) is amended by replacing "14.14.2 [position cost 
information]" with "14.14.2 [security position cost information]". 
36.	Subsection 14.11.1(3) is replaced with the following:
(3)	If a registered firm reasonably believes that it cannot determine the 
market value of a security in accordance with subsection (1), the market 
value of the security must be reported in a statement delivered under 
section 14.14 [account statements], 14.14.1 [additional statements], 
14.14.2 [security position cost information], 14.15 [security holder 
statements] or 14.16 [scholarship plan dealer statements] as not 
determinable, and the market value of the security must be excluded 
from the total market value referred to in paragraphs 14.14(5)(e), 
14.14.1(2)(e) and 14.14.2(5)(c)..
37.	Section 14.12 is amended by adding the following subsection:
(7)	In Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario and Saskatchewan, a registered 
dealer that complies with the requirements of this section in respect of a 
purchase or sale of a security is not subject to any of subsections 37(1), 
(2) or (3) of the Securities Act (Newfoundland and Labrador), subsection 
36(1) of the Securities Act (Ontario) and subsection 42(1) of The 
Securities Act, 1988 (Saskatchewan)..
38.	Section 14.14 is amended
(a)	in paragraph (4)(d) by adding "purchased, sold or transferred" after 
"the number of securities", and
(b)	in paragraph (5)(f) by replacing "covered" with "eligible for 
coverage".
39. 	Section 14.14.1 is amended
(a)	in paragraph (2)(f) by replacing "the name" with "disclosure in 
respect",
(b)	in paragraph (2)(g) by replacing "securities are covered" with 
"securities are, or the account is, eligible for coverage", and by deleting 
"and, if they are, the name of the fund", and
(c)	by adding the following subsection:
(2.1)	Paragraph (2)(g) does not apply if the party referred to in paragraph 
(2)(f) is required under section 14.14, or under an IIROC provision or 
MFDA provision, to deliver a statement to the client in respect of the 
securities or the account referred to in subsection (1) of this section..
40.	The heading to section 14.14.2 is amended by replacing "Position cost 
information" with "Security position cost information".
41.	Section 14.14.2 is amended
(a)	by replacing paragraphs (2)(a) and (b) with the following:
(a)	for each security position, in the statement, opened on or after 
July 15, 2015, presented on an average cost per unit or share basis 
or an aggregate basis,
(i)	the cost of the security position, determined as at the end of 
the period for which the information referred to in 
subsection 14.14(5) or 14.14.1(2) is provided, or 
(ii)	if the security position was transferred from another 
registered firm, the information referred to in subparagraph 
(i) or the market value of the security position as at the date 
of the transfer of the security position;
(b)	for each security position, in the statement, opened before July 15, 
2015, presented on an average cost per unit or share basis or an 
aggregate basis, 
(i)	the cost of the security position, determined as at the end of 
the period for which the information referred to in 
subsection 14.14(5) or 14.14.1(2) is provided, or 
(ii)	the market value of the security position on  
(A)	December 31, 2015, or
(B)	a date that is earlier than December 31, 2015 if the 
registered firm reasonably believes accurate, 
recorded historical position cost information is 
available for the client's account, and it would not be 
misleading to the client to provide that information 
as at the earlier date;, and
(b)	by adding the following subsection:
(2.1)	If a registered firm reports one or more security positions of a 
client using the market value determined as at the date referred to 
in subparagraph (2)(a)(ii) or (2)(b)(ii), the firm must disclose in 
the statement that it is providing the market value of the security 
position as at the relevant date, instead of the cost of the security 
position..
42.	Paragraph 14.15(c) and section 14.16 are amended by replacing 
"14.14.2[position cost information]" with "14.14.2 [security position cost 
information]".
43.	Subsection 14.18(6) is replaced with the following:
(6)	Despite subsection (1), a registered firm is not required to deliver a 
report to a client for a 12-month period referred to in that subsection if 
the firm reasonably believes 
(a)	there are no securities of the client with respect to which 
information is required to be reported under subsection 14.14(5) 
[account statements] or subsection 14.14.1(1) [additional 
statements], or
(b)	no market value can be determined for any securities of the client 
in respect to which information is required to be reported under 
subsection 14.14(5) or 14.14.1(1)..
44.	Section 14.19 is amended:
(a)	by replacing paragraph (1)(d) with the following: 
(d)	the market values determined under subsection (1.1);,
(b)	by repealing paragraph (1)(e), 
(c)	in paragraph (1)(g) by replacing "paragraph (h)" with "subsection 
(1.2)",
(d)	by repealing paragraph (1)(h), 
(e)	by adding the following subsections:
(1.1)	For the purposes of paragraph (1)(d), the investment performance 
report must include the following, as applicable:
(a)	if the client's account was opened on or after July 15, 2015, 
the market value of all deposits and transfers of cash and 
securities into the client's account, and the market value of 
all withdrawals and transfers of cash and securities out of 
the account, since opening the account;
(b)	if the client's account was opened before July 15, 2015, 
and the firm has not delivered an investment performance 
report for the 12-month period ending December 31, 2016,
(i)	the market value of all cash and securities in the 
client's account as at 
(A)	July 15, 2015, or
(B)	a date that is earlier than July 15, 2015 if the 
registered firm reasonably believes accurate, 
recorded historical market value information 
is available for the client's account, and it 
would not be misleading to the client to 
provide that information as at the earlier date, 
and 
(ii)	the market value of all deposits and transfers of cash 
and securities into the account, and the market value 
of all withdrawals and transfers of cash and 
securities out of the account, since the date referred 
to in clause (i)(A) or (B), as applicable;
(c)	if the client's account was opened before July 15, 2015, 
and the firm delivered an investment performance report 
for the 12-month period ending December 31, 2016,
(i)	the market value of all cash and securities in the 
client's account as at 
(A)	January 1, 2016, or
(B)	a date that is earlier than January 1, 2016 if 
the registered firm reasonably believes 
accurate, recorded historical market value 
information is available for the client's 
account, and it would not be misleading to the 
client to provide that information as at the 
earlier date, and
(ii)	the market value of all deposits and transfers of cash 
and securities into the account, and the market value 
of all withdrawals and transfers of cash and 
securities out of the account, since the date referred 
to in clause (i)(A) or (B), as applicable.
(1.2)	Paragraph (1)(g) does not apply if the client's account was opened 
before July 15, 2015 and the registered firm includes in the 
investment performance report the cumulative change in the 
market value of the account determined using the following 
formula, instead of the formula in paragraph (g):
A - G - H + I
	where
A =	the market value of all cash and securities in the 
account as at the end of the 12-month period covered 
by the investment performance report;
G =	the market value of all cash and securities in the 
account determined as follows:
(a)	if the firm has not delivered an investment 
performance report for the 12-month period 
ending December 31, 2016, the market value 
of all cash and securities in the client's 
account as at 
(i)	July 15, 2015, or
(ii)	a date that is earlier than July 15, 2015 
if the registered firm reasonably 
believes accurate, recorded historical 
market value information is available 
for the client's account, and it would 
not be misleading to the client to 
provide that information as at the 
earlier date, 
(b)	if the firm has delivered an investment 
performance report for the 12-month period 
ending December 31, 2016, the market value 
of all cash and securities in the client's 
account as at 
(i)	January 1, 2016, or
(ii)	a date that is earlier than January 1, 
2016 if the registered firm reasonably 
believes accurate, recorded historical 
market value information is available 
for the client's account, and it would 
not be misleading to the client to 
provide that information as at the 
earlier date;
H =	the market value of all deposits and transfers of cash 
and securities into the account since the date used 
for the purposes of the definition of "G"; and
I =	the market value of all withdrawals and transfers of 
cash and securities out of the account since the date 
used for the purposes of the definition of "G".,
(f)	by replacing paragraph (2)(e) with the following: 
(e)	subject to subsection (3.1), the period since the client's account 
was opened if the account has been open for more than one year 
before the date of the report or, if the account was opened before 
July 15, 2015, the period since 
(i)	July 15, 2015, or
(ii)	a date that is earlier than July 15, 2015 if the 
registered firm reasonably believes accurate 
recorded annualized total percentage return 
information is available for the client's account, 
and it would not be misleading to the client to 
provide that information as at the earlier date., 
and
(g)	by adding the following subsection: 
(3.1)	Paragraph (2)(e) does not apply to a registered firm that delivered 
an investment performance report for the 12-month period ending 
December 31, 2016 if the firm provides, in the report, the 
annualized total percentage return information referred to in that 
paragraph for the period since
(a)	January 1, 2016, or
(b)	a date that is earlier than January 1, 2016 if the registered 
firm reasonably believes accurate, recorded annualized 
total percentage return information is available for the 
client's account, and it would not be misleading to the 
client to provide that information as at the earlier date..
45.	Subsection 15.1(3) is amended by adding "Alberta and" after "Except in".
46.	Form 31-103F1 Calculation of Excess Working Capital is amended
(a)		in the column entitled "Component" in Line 10 of the table by adding 
"or, in Qu‚bec, for a firm registered only in that jurisdiction and solely 
in the category of mutual fund dealer, less the deductible under the 
liability insurance required under section 193 of the Qu‚bec Securities 
Regulation" after "National Instrument 31-103 Registration 
Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations", 
(b)	in subparagraph (a)(i) of Schedule 1 by replacing "Aaa or AAA by 
Moody's Canada Inc. or its DRO affiliate or Standard & Poor's Rating 
Services (Canada) or its DRO affiliate, respectively" with "Aaa or 
AAA, or the short-term ratings equivalent of either of those ratings, by a 
designated rating organization or its DRO affiliate", and
(c)	in paragraph (d) of Schedule 1 by replacing "Investment Companies 
Act of 1940" with "Investment Company Act of 1940".
47.	Appendix G is replaced with the following:
APPENDIX G
EXEMPTIONS FROM CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS  
FOR IIROC MEMBERS
(Section 9.3 [exemptions from certain requirements for IIROC members])
NI 31-103 Provision 
IIROC Provision
section 12.1 [capital 
requirements]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.1; and
2.	Form 1 
section 12.2 [subordination 
agreement]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 5.2; and
2.	Dealer Member Rule 5.2A
section 12.3 [insurance - 
dealer]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.5	
2.	Dealer Member Rule 400.2 [Financial Institution 
Bond];
3.	Dealer Member Rule 400.4 [Amounts Required]; 
and
4.	Dealer Member Rule 400.5 [Provisos with respect 
to Dealer Member Rules 400.2, 400.3 and 400.4]
section 12.6 [global 
bonding or insurance]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 400.7 [Global Financial 
Institution Bonds]
section 12.7 [notifying the 
regulator of a change, 
claim or cancellation]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.6;
2.	Dealer Member Rule 400.3 [Notice of 
Termination]; and
3.	Dealer Member Rule 400.3B [Termination or 
Cancellation]
section 12.10 [annual 
financial statements]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 16.2 [Dealer Member Filing 
Requirements]; and
2.	Form 1 
section 12.11 [interim 
financial information]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 16.2 [Dealer Member Filing 
Requirements]; and
2.	Form 1 
section 12.12 [delivering 
financial information - 
dealer]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 16.2 [Dealer Member Filing 
Requirements]
subsection 13.2(3) [know 
your client]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(a)-(n) [Identity and 
Creditworthiness];
2.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.2;
3.	Dealer Member Rule 2500, Part II [Opening New 
Accounts];
4.	Dealer Member Rule 2700, Part II [New Account 
Documentation and Approval]; and
5.	Form 2 New Client Application Form
section 13.3 [suitability]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(o) [Business 
Conduct];
2.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(p) [Suitability 
determination required when accepting order];
3.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(q) [Suitability 
determination required when recommendation 
provided];
4.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(r) [Suitability 
determination required for account positions held 
when certain events occur];
5.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(s) [Suitability of 
investments in client accounts];
6.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(t) - (v) [Exemptions 
from the suitability assessment requirements]
7.	Dealer Member Rule 1300.1(w) [Corporation 
approval]
8.	Dealer Member Rule 2700, Part I [Customer 
Suitability]; and
9.	Dealer Member Rule 3200 [Minimum 
requirements for Dealer Members seeking 
approval under Rule 1300.1(t) to offer an order-
execution only service]
section 13.12 [restriction 
on lending to clients]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.11; and
2.	Dealer Member Rule 100 [Margin Requirements]
section 13.13 [disclosure 
when recommending the 
use of borrowed money]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 29.26
section 13.15 [handling 
complaints]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 2500, Part VIII [Client 
Complaints]; and
2.	Dealer Member Rule 2500B [Client Complaint 
Handling]
subsection 14.2(2) 
[relationship disclosure 
information]
1.	 Dealer Member Rule 3500.5 [Content of 
relationship disclosure]
subsection 14.2(3) 
[relationship disclosure 
information]
1.	 Dealer Member Rule 3500.4 [Format of 
relationship disclosure]
subsection 14.2(4) 
[relationship disclosure 
information]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 3500.1 [Objective of 
relationship disclosure requirements]
subsection 14.2(5.1) 
[relationship disclosure 
information]
1.    Dealer Member Rule 29.8
subsection 14.2(6) 
[relationship disclosure 
information]
1. Dealer Member Rule 3500.1 [Objective of 
relationship disclosure requirements]
section 14.2.1 [pre-trade 
disclosure of charges]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 29.9
section 14.6 [holding client 
assets in trust]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.3
section 14.8 [securities 
subject to a safekeeping 
agreement] 
1.    Dealer Member Rule 17.2A 
2.    Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 5 [Safekeeping of Clients' 
Securities] 

section 14.9 [securities not 
subject to a safekeeping 
agreement]
1.    Dealer Member Rule 17.3; 
2.    Dealer Member Rule 17.3A; and 
3.    Dealer Member Rule 200.1(c) 

section 14.11.1 
[determining market value]  
1.    Dealer Member Rule 200.1(c); and
2.	Definition (g) of the General Notes and 
Definitions to Form 1
section 14.12 [content and 
delivery of trade 
confirmation]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.2(l) [Trade 
confirmations]
section 14.14 [account 
statements]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.2(d) [Client account 
statements]; and
2.	"Guide to Interpretation of Rule 200.2", Item (d)	
section 14.14.1 [additional 
statements]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.2(e) [Report on client 
positions held outside of the Dealer Member];
2.	Dealer Member Rule 200.4 [Timing of sending 
documents to clients]; and
3.    "Guide to Interpretation of Rule 200.2", Item (e)
section 14.14.2 [security 
position cost information]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.1(a);
2.	Dealer Member Rule 200.1(b);
3.    Dealer Member Rule 200.1(e);
4.    Dealer Member Rule 200.2(d)(ii)(F) and (H); and
5.    Dealer Member Rule 200.2(e)(ii)(C) and (E)
section 14.17 [report on 
charges and other 
compensation]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.2(g) [Fee/ charge 
report]; and
2.    "Guide to Interpretation of Rule 200.2", Item (g)
section 14.18 [investment 
performance report]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.2(f) [Performance 
report]; and
2.    "Guide to Interpretation of Rule 200.2", Item (f)
section 14.19 [content of 
investment performance 
report]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.2(f) [Performance 
report]; and
2.    "Guide to Interpretation of Rule 200.2", Item (f)
section 14.20 [delivery of 
report on charges and 
other compensation and 
investment performance 
report]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200.4 [Timing of the 
sending of documents to clients]

 
48.	Appendix G, as amended by section 47 of this Instrument, is amended by 
adding the following rows in the format indicated by the shaded area before 
the row commencing with "section 14.6 [holding client assets in trust]": 
NI 31-103 Provision 
IIROC Provision
section 14.5.2 [restriction 
on self-custody and 
qualified custodian 
requirement]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.2A;
2.	Dealer Member Rules 17.3, 17.3A, 17.3B and 
2000 [Segregation Requirements];
3.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 4 [Segregation of Clients' 
Securities];
4.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 5 [Safekeeping of Clients' 
Securities];
5.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 6 [Safeguarding of Securities 
and Cash]; and
6.	Definition of "acceptable securities locations", 
General Notes and Definitions to Form 1 
section 14.5.3 [cash and 
securities held by a 
qualified custodian]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 200 [Minimum Records]
49.	Appendix G, as amended by section 47 of this Instrument, is amended by 
replacing "section 14.6 [holding client assets in trust]" with "section 14.6 
[client and investment fund assets held by a registered firm in trust]".
50.	Appendix G, as amended by section 47 of this Instrument, is amended by 
adding the following rows in the format indicated by the shaded area after 
the row commencing with "section 14.6 [holding client assets in trust]":
NI 31-103 Provision 
IIROC Provision
section 14.6.1 [custodial 
provisions relating to 
certain margin or security 
interests]
1.	Dealer Member Rules 17.2, 17.2A, 17.3, 17.3A, 
17.3B, 17.11 and 2000 [Segregation 
Requirements];
2.	Dealer Member Rule 100 [Margin 
Requirements];
3.	Dealer Member Rule 2200  [Cash and Securities 
Loan Transactions];
4.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 4 [Segregation of Clients' 
Securities];  
5.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 5 [Safekeeping of Clients' 
Securities];
6.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 6 [Safeguarding of Securities 
and Cash]; and
7.	Definition of "acceptable securities locations", 
"acceptable institutions", "acceptable 
counterparties", "regulated entities", General 
Notes and Definitions to Form 1
section 14.6.2 [custodial 
provisions relating to short 
sales]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 100 [Margin 
Requirements];
2.	Dealer Member Rule 2200 [Cash and Securities 
Loan Transactions]; 
3.	Dealer Member Rule 2600 - Internal Control 
Policy Statement 6 [Safeguarding of Securities 
and Cash]; and
4.	Definition of "acceptable securities locations", 
"acceptable institutions", "acceptable 
counterparties", "regulated entities", General 
Notes and Definitions to Form 1
51.	Appendix G, as amended by section 47 of this Instrument, is amended by 
repealing the rows commencing with "section 14.8 [securities subject to a 
safekeeping agreement]" and "section 14.9 [securities not subject to a 
safekeeping agreement]".
52.	Appendix H is replaced with the following:
APPENDIX H
EXEMPTIONS FROM CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS  
FOR MFDA MEMBERS
(Section 9.4 [exemptions from certain requirements for MFDA members])
NI 31-103 Provision 
MFDA Provision
section 12.1 [capital 
requirements]
1.	Rule 3.1.1 [Minimum Levels]; 
2.	Rule 3.1.2 [Notice]; 
3.	Rule 3.2.2 [Member Capital];
4.	Form 1; and
5.	Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy Statements 
- Policy Statement 2: Capital Adequacy]
section 12.2 [subordination 
agreement]
1.	Form 1, Statement F [Statement of Changes in 
Subordinated Loans]; and
2.	Membership Application Package - Schedule I 
(Subordinated Loan Agreement)
section 12.3 [insurance - 
dealer]
1.	Rule 4.1 [Financial Institution Bond];
2.	Rule 4.4 [Amounts Required]; 
3.	Rule 4.5 [Provisos];
4.	Rule 4.6 [Qualified Carriers]; and
5.	Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy Statements 
- Policy Statement 3: Insurance]
section 12.6 [global bonding 
or insurance]
1.	Rule 4.7 [Global Financial Institution Bonds]
section 12.7 [notifying the 
regulator of a change, claim 
or cancellation]
1.	Rule 4.2 [Notice of Termination]; and
2.	Rule 4.3 [Termination or Cancellation]
section 12.10 [annual 
financial statements]
1.	Rule 3.5.1 [Monthly and Annual]; 
2.	Rule 3.5.2 [Combined Financial Statements]; 
and
3.	Form 1 
section 12.11 [interim 
financial information]
1.	Rule 3.5.1 [Monthly and Annual];
2.	Rule 3.5.2 [Combined Financial Statements]; 
and
3.	Form 1 
section 12.12 [delivering 
financial information - 
dealer]
1.	Rule 3.5.1 [Monthly and Annual]
section 13.3 [suitability]
1.	Rule 2.2.1 ["Know-Your-Client"]; and
2.	Policy No. 2 [Minimum Standards for Account 
Supervision] 
section 13.12 [restriction on 
lending to clients]
1.	Rule 3.2.1 [Client Lending and Margin]; and
2.	Rule 3.2.3 [Advancing Mutual Fund Redemption 
Proceeds]
section 13.13 [disclosure 
when recommending the use 
of borrowed money]
1.	Rule 2.6 [Borrowing for Securities Purchases]
section 13.15 [handling 
complaints]
1.	Rule 2.11 [Complaints]
2.	Policy No. 3 [Complaint Handling, Supervisory 
Investigations and Internal Discipline]; and
3.	Policy No. 6 [Information Reporting 
Requirements]
subsections 14.2(2), (3) and 
(5.1) [relationship disclosure 
information]
1.	Rule 2.2.5 [Relationship Disclosure]; and
2.    Rule 2.4.3 [Operating Charges]
section 14.2.1 [pre-trade 
disclosure of charges]
1.	Rule 2.4.4 [Transaction Fees or Charges]
section 14.6 [holding client 
assets in trust]
1.	Rule 3.3.1 [General]; 
2.	Rule 3.3.2 [Cash]; and
3.	Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy Statements 
- Policy Statement 4: Cash and Securities, and 
Policy Statement 5: Segregation of Clients' 
Securities]
section 14.8 [securities 
subject to a safekeeping 
agreement] 
1.    Rule 3.3.3 [Securities]; and 
2.    Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy Statements 
- Policy Statement 4:     Cash and Securities, 
and Policy Statement 5: Segregation of Clients' 
Securities]
section 14.9 [securities not 
subject to a safekeeping 
agreement]
1.    Rule 3.3.3 [Securities] 

section 14.11.1 [determining 
market value]
1.   Rule 5.3(1)(f) [definition of "market value"]; and
2.	Definitions to Form 1 [definition of "market 
value" of a security]
section 14.12 [content and 
delivery of trade 
confirmation]
1.	Rule 5.4.1 [Delivery of Confirmations];
2.	Rule 5.4.2 [Automatic Plans]; and
3.	Rule 5.4.3 [Content]
section 14.14 [account 
statements]
1.	Rule 5.3.1 [Delivery of Account Statement]; and
2.	Rule 5.3.2 [Content of Account Statement]
section 14.14.1 [additional 
statements]
1.	Rule 5.3.1 [Delivery of Account Statement]; and
2.	Rule 5.3.2 [Content of Account Statement]
section 14.14.2 [security 
position cost information]
1.	Rule 5.3(1)(a) [definition of "book cost"];
2.	Rule 5.3(1)(c) [definition of "cost"]; and
3.   Rule 5.3.2(c) [Content of Account Statement - 
Market Value and Cost Reporting]
section 14.17 [report on 
charges and other 
compensation]
1.	Rule 5.3.3 [Report on Charges and Other 
Compensation]
section 14.18 [investment 
performance report]
1.	Rule 5.3.4 [Performance Report]; and
2.   Policy No. 7 Performance Reporting
section 14.19 [content of 
investment performance 
report]
1.	 Rule 5.3.4 [Performance Report]; and
2.    Policy No. 7 Performance Reporting
section 14.20 [delivery of 
report on charges and other 
compensation and 
investment performance 
report]
1.	Rule 5.3.5 [Delivery of Report on Charges and 
Other Compensation and Performance Report]
53.	Appendix H, as amended by section 52 of this Instrument, is amended by 
adding the following rows in the format indicated by the shaded area before 
the row commencing with "section 14.6 [holding client assets in trust]": 
NI 31-103 Provision 
MFDA Provision
section 14.5.2 [restriction on 
self-custody and qualified 
custodian requirement]
1.	Rule 3.3.1 [General];
2.	Rule 3.3.2 [Cash];
3.	Rule 3.3.3 [Securities]; and
4.	Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy Statements 
- Policy Statement 4: Cash and Securities, and 
Policy Statement 5: Segregation of Clients' 
Securities]
section 14.5.3 [cash and 
securities held by a qualified 
custodian]
1.	Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy Statements 
- Policy Statement 4: Cash and Securities, and 
Policy Statement 5: Segregation of Clients' 
Securities]
54.	Appendix H, as amended by section 52 of this Instrument, is amended by 
replacing the row commencing with "section 14.6 [holding client assets in 
trust]" with the following row in the format indicated by the shaded area:
NI 31-103 Provision 
MFDA Provision
section 14.6 [client and 
investment fund assets held 
by a registered firm in trust]
1.	Rule 3.3.1 [General]; 
2.	Rule 3.3.2 [Cash]; 
3.	Rule 3.3.3 [Securities]; and
4.	Policy No. 4 [Internal Control Policy 
Statements - Policy Statement 4: Cash and 
Securities, and Policy Statement 5: Segregation 
of Clients' Securities]
55.	Appendix H, as amended by section 52 of this Instrument, is amended by 
adding the following rows in the format indicated by the shaded area after 
the row commencing with "section 14.6 [holding client assets in trust]":
NI 31-103 Provision 
MFDA Provision
section 14.6.1 [custodial 
provisions relating to certain 
margin or security interests]
1.	Rule 3.2.1 [Client Lending and Margin] 
section 14.6.2 [custodial 
provisions relating to short 
sales]
1.	Rule 3.2.1 [Client Lending and Margin] 
56.	Appendix H, as amended by section 52 of this Instrument, is amended by 
repealing the  rows commencing with "section 14.8 [securities subject to a 
safekeeping agreement]" and "section 14.9 [securities not subject to a 
safekeeping agreement]".
57.	(1)	Subject to subsection (2), this Instrument comes into force on 
December 4, 2017.
	(2)	The following provisions of this Instrument come into force on June 4, 
2018:
(a)	section 2;
(b)	section 4;
(c)	paragraphs 14(d), (e), (f) and (g);
(d)	paragraphs 16(d), (e), (f) and (g);
(e)	paragraphs 18(d), (e), (f) and (g);
(f)	paragraphs 20(d), (e), (f) and (g);
(g)	section 26;
(h)	paragraph 28(b);
		 (i)	sections 29 to 34, 48 to 51 and 53 to 56.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 31-103  
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND  
ONGOING REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on July 12, 2017 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 31-103  
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS, EXEMPTIONS AND  
ONGOING REGISTRANT OBLIGATIONS
1.	National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and 
Ongoing Registrant Obligations is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Subsection 2.2(1)(e) is amended by replacing "Dealing with clients - 
individuals and firms" with "[Dealing with clients - individuals and firms]". 
3.	Section 3.1 is amended by replacing " Chief Compliance Officers Qualifying 
Exam" " with " "Chief Compliance Officers Qualifying Exam" ". 
4.	Subsection 3.14(b)(iii) is amended by replacing "." with ";".
5.	Subsection 8.30(d) is amended by replacing "Dealing with clients - 
individuals and firms" with "[Dealing with clients - individuals and firms]" 
and by replacing "Handling client accounts - firms" with "[Handling client 
accounts - firms]".
6.	Subsection 11.3(2) is amended by replacing "Registration requirements - 
individuals" with "[Registration requirements - individuals]".    
7.	Section 13.8 is amended by replacing paragraph (a) with the following:
(a)	before a client is referred by or to the registrant, the terms of the referral 
arrangement are set out in the written agreement between the registered 
firm and the person or company, .  
8.	Subsection 13.13(2)(a) is amended by replacing "," with ";".
9.	Subsection 14.12(6) is amended by replacing "on" after "made" with "in".  
10.	Paragraph (e)(i) of Schedule 1 of Form 31-103F1 Calculation of Excess 
Working Capital is amended by replacing "per shares" with "per share". 
11.	This Instrument comes into force on December 4, 2017.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 33-109  
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on July 12, 2017 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 33-109  
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
1.	National Instrument 33-109 Registration Information is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	Subparagraph 2.3(2)(c)(i) is amended by replacing "Item 13.3(c)" with 
"Item 13.3(a)".
3.	Subsection 7.1 (3) is amended by adding "Alberta and" before "Ontario".
4.	Schedule B to Form 33-109F2 is amended 
(a)	under the heading "New Brunswick" by replacing "Director of 
Securities" with "Registration",
(b)	under the heading "Nunavut" by replacing "Deputy Registrar of 
Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities", and
(c)	under the heading "Prince Edward Island" by replacing "Deputy 
Registrar of Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities".
5.	Schedule A to Form 33-109F3 is amended 
(a)	under the heading "New Brunswick" by replacing "Director of 
Securities" with "Registration",
(b)	under the heading "Nunavut" by replacing "Deputy Registrar of 
Securities"  with "Superintendent of Securities", and
(c)	under the heading "Prince Edward Island" by replacing "Deputy 
Registrar of Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities".
6.	Form 33-109F4 is amended
(a)	in the "General Instructions" by replacing "regulator(s) or in Qu‚bec," 
with "regulator(s) or, in Qu‚bec,", and
(b)	in Item 22, under the heading "Individual" and under the heading 
"Authorized partner or officer of the firm", by replacing "regulator, or 
in Qu‚bec" with "regulator or, in Qu‚bec,".
7.	Schedule C to Form 33-109F4  is amended under the first instance of the 
heading "Individual categories and permitted activities" by replacing 
"permitted individual" with "Permitted Individual as described in paragraph 
(c) of the definition of "permitted individual" in section 1.1 of National 
Instrument 33-109 Registration Information".
8.	Schedule O to Form 33-109F4 is amended 
(a)	under the heading "New Brunswick" by replacing "Director of 
Securities" with "Registration",
(b)	under the heading "Nunavut" by replacing "Deputy Registrar of 
Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities", and
(c)	under the heading "Prince Edward Island" by replacing "Deputy 
Registrar of Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities".
9.	Schedule A to Form 33-109F5 is amended 
(a)	under the heading "New Brunswick" by replacing "Director of 
Securities" with "Registration",
(b)	under the heading "Nunavut" by replacing "Deputy Registrar of 
Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities", and
(c)	under the heading "Prince Edward Island" by replacing "Deputy 
Registrar of Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities".
10.	Section 4.2 of Form 33-109F6 is amended by adding "(other than those 
exemptions with respect to which the firm has already notified the securities 
regulator or, in Qu‚bec, the securities regulatory authority in accordance with 
the applicable exemption)" after "trade or advise in securities or derivatives".
11.	Schedule A to Form 33-109F6 is amended 
(a)	under the heading "New Brunswick" by replacing "Director of 
Securities" with "Registration",
(b)	under the heading "Nunavut" by replacing "Deputy Registrar of 
Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities", and
(c)	under the heading "Prince Edward Island" by replacing "Deputy 
Registrar of Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities".
12.	Schedule C to Form 33-109F6 is amended 	
(a)	in the column entitled "Component" in Line 10 of the table by adding 
"or, in Qu‚bec, for a firm registered only in that jurisdiction and solely 
in the category of mutual fund dealer, less the deductible under the 
liability insurance required under section 193 of the Qu‚bec Securities 
Regulation" after "National Instrument 31-103 Registration 
Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations", 
(b)	in subparagraph (a)(i) of Schedule 1 by replacing "Aaa or AAA by 
Moody's Canada Inc. or its DRO affiliate, or Standard & Poor's Rating 
Services (Canada) or its DRO affiliate, respectively" with "Aaa or 
AAA, or the short-term ratings equivalent of either of those ratings, by a 
designated rating organization or its DRO affiliate", and
(c)	in paragraph (d) of Schedule 1 by replacing "Investment Companies 
Act of 1940" with "Investment Company Act of 1940".
13.	Form 33-109F7 is amended 
(a)	in the "General Instructions" by replacing "regulator(s) or in Qu‚bec," 
with "regulator(s) or, in Qu‚bec,",
(b)	in section 2 of the "General Instructions" and in section 1 of Item 9 by 
replacing "Item 13.3(c)" with "Item 13.3(a)", and
(c)	in Item 12 under the heading "Individual" and under the heading 
"Authorized partner or officer of the new sponsoring firm", by 
replacing "regulator, or in Qu‚bec" with "regulator or, in Qu‚bec,".
14.	Schedule B to Form 33-109F7 is amended under the heading "Individual 
categories and permitted activities" by adding "as described in paragraph (c) 
of the definition of "permitted individual" in section 1.1 of National 
Instrument 33-109 Registration Information" after "Permitted Individual".
15.	Schedule F to Form 33-109F7 is amended 
(a)	under the heading "New Brunswick" by replacing "Director of 
Securities" with "Registration",
(b)	under the heading "Nunavut" by replacing "Deputy Registrar of 
Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities", and
(c)	under the heading "Prince Edward Island" by replacing "Deputy 
Registrar of Securities" with "Superintendent of Securities".
Coming into force
16.	This Instrument comes into force on December 4, 2017.
Alberta Securities Commission
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 91-102  
PROHIBITION OF BINARY OPTIONS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 13, 2017 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 91-102  
PROHIBITION OF BINARY OPTIONS
Definition
1.	In this Instrument, "binary option" means a contract or instrument that 
provides for only
(a)	a predetermined fixed amount if the underlying interest referenced in the 
contract or instrument meets one or more predetermined conditions, and
(b)	zero or another predetermined fixed amount if the underlying interest 
referenced in the contract or instrument does not meet one or more 
predetermined conditions.
 
Trading binary options with an individual prohibited
2.	No person or company may advertise, offer, sell or otherwise trade a binary 
option with or to an individual.
Trading binary options with a person or company other than an individual 
prohibited
3.	No person or company may advertise, offer, sell or otherwise trade a binary 
option with or to a person or company that was created, or is used, solely to 
trade a binary option.
Binary options having a term to maturity of 30 days or longer
4.	Sections 2 and 3 do not apply in respect of a binary option having a term to 
maturity of 30 days or longer.
Exemption - general
5.	(1)	Except in Qu‚bec, 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, Ontario and Saskatchewan, 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.
Effective date
6.	(1)	This Instrument comes into force on December 12, 2017.
	(2)	In Saskatchewan, despite subsection (1), if these regulations are filed with the 
Registrar of Regulations after December 12, 2017, these regulations come 
into force on the day on which they are filed with the Registrar of 
Regulations.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 
WILLISTON MINI STORAGE CDN GP LTD. on November 13, 2017.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on November 13, 2017.
Stephanie P. Autio, Solicitor.
Law Society of Alberta
Election of Benchers - November 15, 2017
(Legal Profession Act)
Ryan Anderson
Jim Lutz
Rob Armstrong
Bud Melnyk
Arman Chak
Walter Pavlic
Sandra Corbett
Stacy Petriuk
Donald Cranston
Robert Philp
Nancy Dilts
Kathleen Ryan
Corie Flett
Darlene Scott
Karen Hewitt
Kent Teskey
Cal Johnson
Margaret Unsworth
Linda Long
Nate Whitling
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Westlock County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Westlock County will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Westlock County Office 
in Westlock, Alberta, on Thurday, January 18, 2018, at 2:00 p.m., the following 
lands:
FAWCETT
Legal Description
C of T
NW 16-64-1-5
072560259
JARVIE
Legal Description
C of T
Lot 1, Block 6, Plan 1308CL
112274730
VIMY
Legal Description
C of T
Lot 9-10, Block 3, Plan 2431CL
042525670
RURAL

Legal Description
C of T
Lot 10, Block 3, Plan 7923236
072401321
Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 1125793
122303151
SW 30-64-1-5
782236717
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.
Westlock County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Westlock, Alberta, November 14, 2017.
Leo Ludwig, County Administrator.
______________
Town of Sylvan Lake
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The Town of Sylvan Lake will offer for sale, by public auction, at Municipal 
Government Building, 5012 48 Avenue in the Council Chambers, Sylvan Lake, 
Alberta, on Friday, February 9, 2018, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
Address
39
3
072-8934
092020543
51 REGATTA WAY
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Sylvan Lake makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.  
The Town of Sylvan Lake may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Payment in Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque. 10% deposit and balance 
within 30 days of date of Public Auction. GST may apply
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Sylvan Lake, Alberta, November 15, 2017.
Betty Osmond, Chief Administrative Officer.
 
Village of Cereal
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Cereal will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Cereal Municipal 
Office, 415 Main Street, Cereal, Alberta, on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, at 10:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Title Number
19
4
2686BC
101262999
22
4
2686BC
861079257
3
5
7610901
071261572

2
8111801
901192882
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 Village of Cereal may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
The lands with or without improvements are being offered for sale on an "as is, where 
is" basis, and the Village of Cereal makes no representation and gives no warranty as 
to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the ability to develop the 
subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.  No bid will be accepted where the 
bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Cereal, Alberta, November 15, 2017.
MaryAnn Salik, Municipal Administrator.







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