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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 115	Edmonton, Friday, March 15, 2019	No. 05
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Ad Hoc Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
March 18, 2019 
Tracy Catherine Brennan, Q.C. 
Max Albert King 
Scott David Morgan 
Samuel Da Chi Wan
For a term to expire March 17, 2020.
Appointment of Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
February 19, 2019 
Kristen Rea Ailsby 
Gay Louise Maxwell Benns 
Susan Elizabeth Pepper 
Gregory Arnold Rice 
Gregory Donald MacAlpine Stirling, Q.C. 
Rhonda Ellen Tibbitt
Appointment of Supernumerary Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
March 22, 2019 
Honourable Judge Peter Tillmann Johnston
For a term to expire March 21, 2021.
 
RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
Resignation of Part-time Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
February 18, 2019 
Carla Alice Murray
February 28, 2019 
Jane Anne Steblecki Corns
Retirement of Half-time Master in Chambers
(Court of Queen's Bench Act)
February 28, 2019 
Master Roderick Philip Wacowich, Q.C.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Forestry
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District, I hereby request that the 
Irrigation Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land 
Titles for the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and 
arrange for notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0021 908 090
4;25;11;12;SW
971 130 414
0032 933 541
4;25;11;1;SW
081 106 153
0013 685 814
4;24;11;18;SE
111 115 969
0014 124 598
4;24;11;18;SE
181 259 239+3
0013 686 051
4;24;11;18;SW
111 115 969+1
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District should be 
changed according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be removed from the irrigation district and the 
notation removed from the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0025 922 683
4;23;26;8;NE
161 115 833
0029 897 071
4;23;26;7;SE
031 148 363
0022 144 216
4;21;23;6;NW
041 380 917
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Children's Services
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1 to December 31, 2018
Function: Central Region Caregiver Training and Citation Event
Purpose: The event culminates in an appreciation and awards banquet celebrating 
caregiver years of service. Recognizes caregivers for the significant role they play in 
their communities and in the lives of vulnerable children.
Date: Oct. 20, 2018
Amount: $1,612.55
Location: Red Deer, Alberta
Function: 2018 Ministers Awards of Excellence in Child Development
Purpose: Recognize nine award recipients from across Alberta for their outstanding 
contribution in child development programs.
Date: Nov. 30, 2018
Amount: $7,634.06
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: 2018 Honouring Our Children Christmas Dinner and Celebration
Purpose: The event brings Aboriginal children in care in the parkland area to an 
event where they could experience a connection to their culture and community 
through the sharing of food and culture.
Date: Dec. 7, 2018
Amount: $19,995.75
Location: Stony Plain, Alberta
Community and Social Services
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1 to December 31, 2018
Function: Inspiration Awards 2018
Purpose: Recognize individuals, groups, organizations, businesses and youth who 
work to end family violence in their communities.
Date: Nov. 16, 2018
Amount: $11,654.52
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Culture and Tourism
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1271
Notice is hereby given that no less than sixty days from the date of service of this 
Notice and its publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Bow On Tong Co. Building, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 4353S 
Block 19 
Lots 8 and 9 
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals 
and municipally located in Lethbridge, Alberta 
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The heritage value of the Bow On 
Tong Co. Building rests in its reflection of Chinese immigration and settlement in 
early twentieth-century southern Alberta. It is further significant through its 
association with the historic role played by the merchant class in Chinese-Albertan 
communities. Finally, the building is significant for its reflection of early twentieth-
century Chinese-Albertan domestic life through its long association with the Leong 
family.
Built in 1919, the Bow On Tong Co. Building is significant for its association with 
Chinese immigration and settlement in early twentieth-century southern Alberta. The 
building originally opened as the Tai Sing Co. store and from the outset it doubled as 
a lodging house for newly-arrived Chinese immigrants, illustrating the significant role 
played by merchants who provided accommodation in Chinese-Albertan 
communities. The Bow On Tong Co. Building is one of several historic Chinese 
structures located on the south side of Second Avenue South, and the building's 
original spatial context is strongly conveyed by the exceptional historical integrity of 
the overall streetscape. The structure's historic use as a store is manifest in its form 
and massing - typical of early twentieth-century commercial blocks in Lethbridge - 
as well as its prominent signage, wooden storefront, large display and clerestory 
windows, and original wooden cabinets with Chinese lettering lining the south and 
west walls (in continuous use since the late 1920s). As a highly intact example of a 
Chinese commercial building, the Bow On Tong Co. store strongly reflects the history 
of Chinese-Albertan urban settlement and contributes greatly to the overall integrity 
of one of the province's oldest distinct Chinese neighbourhoods. 
The Bow On Tong Co. Building is additionally significant for its association with the 
historic roles of the Chinese merchant class in Alberta as exemplified by Way Leong, 
who purchased the building in 1926. Merchants occupied a prominent place in the 
social structure of Chinese-Albertan communities. In addition to their economic role 
as entrepreneurs, merchants exercised considerable influence as associational leaders, 
community spokesmen and cultural brokers. Way Leong is strongly representative of 
this social class and as a result, the Bow On Tong Co. Building reflects the personal 
and professional activities that characterized this unique and important group. First 
and foremost, the Bow On Tong Co. store was a substantial and enduring commercial 
enterprise that operated continuously as an apothecary and Chinese goods importer 
under the ownership of the Leong family for over ninety years. It was the commercial 
anchor of Lethbridge's Chinatown and stands as an important reminder of the larger 
contribution of Chinese merchants to Alberta's economic growth and development. 
The building was also an important site of associational activity, hosting meetings of 
the Leong clan association (of which Way Leong was a leading organizer) from 1929 
through 1967. Such associations were essential features of Chinese settlement 
throughout Alberta and were also an important means through which prominent 
merchants could exercise leadership and influence within their communities. The 
building was a site of sustained commercial, associational and social use that reflects 
the historic presence and contributions of the merchant class in Chinese-Albertan 
communities.
Finally, the building draws additional significance as a domestic space long 
associated with the daily lives of the Leong family - Way, his wife Florence who 
immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong in 1919, and their thirteen children. The 
structural racism faced by Chinese immigrants most notably the $500 Head Tax 
(1903) and the full exclusion of Chinese immigrants from Canada in 1923, created 
particular conditions that made family formation very rare in Chinese-Albertan 
communities. The small number of Chinese families that did settle in Alberta in this 
period were overwhelmingly drawn from the merchant class, who represented only a 
small proportion of the overall Chinese population but were exempt from the Head 
Tax and could thus afford to bring their wives over from Canada. Available evidence 
suggests that there were as few as sixteen Chinese merchant families in Alberta after 
the passage of the Chinese Immigration Act in 1923 - as such, Florence and Way 
Leong were joining an extremely small social group when they arrived in Lethbridge 
in 1926. Merchant families played an essential role sustaining Chinese-Albertan 
communities during the Exclusion Era (1923-47), when new immigration was banned 
and population growth came only from natural increase and migration from other 
provinces. As such, Florence's presence allowed her to play an important role helping 
to operate the Bow On Tong Co. store, and her decades-long association with the 
building reflects the important and often overlooked contributions of women to the 
success of Chinese-Albertan businesses. The Leong family's long association with the 
building reflects an important social dimension of Chinese history in Alberta - the 
presence of merchant families, and the emergence of an Albertan-born Chinese 
settlement population. 
Any person who wishes to make a representation regarding the proposed designation 
may do so by submitting a written request to Matthew Wangler, Executive Director, 
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, 8820 - 112th Street, Edmonton, Alberta, 
T6G 2P8. Any such request must be made within 30 days of the publication of this 
notice. At the end of the 30 day period, the Foundation will fix a date for the hearing 
of representations and will notify all those who have advised of their intention to 
make representations. On the date fixed, the Foundation will hear representations 
from all parties who have expressed an interest in doing so.
Dated this 21st day of February, A.D. 2019.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1272
Notice is hereby given that no less than sixty days from the date of service of this 
Notice and its publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Wing Wah Chong Co. Building together with the land legally described as:
Plan 4353S 
Block 19 
Lots 8 and 9 
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals 
and municipally located in Lethbridge, Alberta 
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The Wing Wah Chong Co. Building is 
significant as a rare and excellent example of an early twentieth-century Chinese 
commercial building. It is additionally significant due to its association with one of 
Alberta's oldest Chinatowns.
Built in 1908, the Wing Wah Chong Co. Building is highly significant as a rare 
example of a pre-World War One Chinese-owned commercial building. Its high level 
of integrity strongly communicates the structure's multiple uses, as well as the central 
importance of such buildings in Chinese-Albertan communities. In its early years, the 
building was occupied by a pair of Chinese goods retailers, the Wing Wah Chong Co. 
(1908-18) and the Kwong On Lung Co. (1919-24). This original use is conveyed by 
the building's form and massing - typical of pre-World War One commercial blocks 
in Lethbridge - as well as its proximity to other historically Chinese-owned 
businesses along Second Avenue South. The basement yields evidence of the 
building's residential use, with remnants of sleeping cubicles used by Chinese 
immigrants. Chinese merchants commonly rented space out to lodgers in the early 
1900s, and the cubicles vividly convey the cramped living conditions endured by 
working-class Chinese immigrants. More broadly, the cubicles illustrate the crucial 
importance of commercial buildings in Chinese-Albertan communities - merchants 
were often the first point of contact for newly-arrived Chinese immigrants, and 
providing accommodation space was one of the ways that merchants maximized their 
revenue and helped new arrivals adjust to life in Alberta. From 1917 until the late 
1960s, the top floor was home to a succession of restaurants, including the Pekin 
Caf‚, Canton Chop Suey, and New China Chop Suey. Restaurants were among the 
most common businesses established by Chinese entrepreneurs, and the Wing Wah 
Chong Co. Building's use as a restaurant is echoed by Chinese ghost signage on the 
pediment that translates to 'New China Restaurant.' In short, the building's 
exceptional heritage value is manifest in its ability to communicate multiple and 
distinct uses - restaurant, retail space, living quarters - which in turn echo the socio-
economic structure of Chinese-Albertan communities. The commercial elements 
reflect the entrepreneurship of Chinese merchants; the cubicles strongly illustrate the 
austere living conditions of working-class immigrants; and the building's dual 
business and residential functions collectively demonstrate the central importance of 
commercial structures in early Chinese-Albertan communities.
The building has additional heritage value due to its association with one of Alberta's 
earliest Chinatowns - distinct clusters of Chinese settlement, commerce and cultural 
activity that were found in the province's major urban centres. In their earliest stage 
of development, these Chinatowns tended to emerge along a single street and were 
anchored by businesses such as laundries, restaurants and retail stores that attracted a 
predominantly Chinese clientele and became magnets for further settlement. The 
Wing Wah Chong Co. Building reflects this process - it was one of the first 
commercial structures built along Second Avenue South, and remains an important 
element of a streetscape that strongly conveys a distinct historical Chinese 
neighbourhood. This nascent Chinatown emerged near a gulch on what was the 
western edge of Lethbridge in the early 1900s, away from the downtown core. This 
location reflects the racism and discrimination faced by Chinese in Lethbridge in the 
early 1900s, in particular the general unwillingness of Euro-Canadian landlords to 
rent commercial space to Chinese merchants in downtown Lethbridge and mob 
violence against Chinese residents and businesses in 1907, which further discouraged 
Chinese merchants from locating in the city's commercial core. This concentration of 
Chinese settlement was reinforced by a discriminatory bylaw in 1911 that confined 
Chinese-owned laundries to a 'restricted area' on the western edge of town.
While these factors are specific to Lethbridge, they echo a general pattern of racist 
hostility and discriminatory regulation in other Albertan cities that ensured 
Chinatowns would emerge in isolated areas where there was little development 
pressure. In addition, the Second Avenue South streetscape is one of the last in 
Alberta that reflects the emergence of a pre-World War One Chinatown in its original 
location - other Albertan Chinatowns have either moved or lost the integrity 
necessary to communicate a distinct historical Chinese neighbourhood. The heritage 
value of the Wing Wah Chong Co. Building is thus greatly enhanced by its spatial 
relationship with other historically Chinese-owned buildings along Second Avenue 
South, its siting away from the downtown core, and its status as a constituent element 
of one of the last remaining streetscapes that reflects the earliest years of Chinese 
settlement in Alberta. 
Any person who wishes to make a representation regarding the proposed designation 
may do so by submitting a written request to Matthew Wangler, Executive Director, 
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, 8820 - 112th Street, Edmonton, Alberta, 
T6G 2P8. Any such request must be made within 30 days of the publication of this 
notice. At the end of the 30 day period, the Foundation will fix a date for the hearing 
of representations and will notify all those who have advised of their intention to 
make representations. On the date fixed, the Foundation will hear representations 
from all parties who have expressed an interest in doing so.
Dated this 21st day of February, A.D. 2019.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 0191
Notice is hereby given that no less than sixty days from the date of service of this 
Notice and its publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Tourism 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the: 
 
Richards Block, together with the land legally described as:
Plan I 
Block 67 
Lot 32
and municipally located in Edmonton, Alberta 
be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under Section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The Richards Block is provincially 
significant as an outstanding example of Edwardian commercial architecture and for 
its association with the economic, social and cultural development of Strathcona in 
the early twentieth century.
The Richards Block was built in 1909-10 by A.H. Richards Co., one of Strathcona's 
oldest commercial firms. It was one of many three-storey brick commercial blocks 
constructed along Whyte Avenue between 1910 and 1914, reflecting a trend common 
across Alberta's urban centres during the early twentieth century economic boom. 
The scale, design, and materials illustrate the decisive shift away from wood-frame 
'boomtown'-style merchant buildings to more substantial commercial blocks that 
strongly communicated a sense of permanence and optimism in Strathcona's (and 
Alberta's) future. The building was also a statement of the owner's wealth and 
prominent status within the community, reflected in such classically-inspired 
ornamental features as the roofline bracketed cornice, corbelled parapet and brick 
pilasters.
The building functioned as both a commercial and social centre. The main floor was a 
commercial space for Richards' general store and other businesses, while the upper 
floors contained a dance hall and meeting space for fraternal organizations such as the 
Freemasons and the Odd Fellows. These activities, in particular the association with 
fraternal activity, speak to the important role that the Richards Block played in the 
growth and development of economic, social and cultural activity in early twentieth-
century Strathcona. 
Any person who wishes to make a representation regarding the proposed designation 
may do so by submitting a written request to Matthew Wangler, Executive Director, 
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, 8820 - 112th Street, Edmonton, Alberta, 
T6G 2P8. Any such request must be made within 30 days of the publication of this 
notice. At the end of the 30 day period, the Foundation will fix a date for the hearing 
of representations and will notify all those who have advised of their intention to 
make representations. On the date fixed, the Foundation will hear representations 
from all parties who have expressed an interest in doing so.   
Dated this 28th day of February, A.D. 2019.
David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
Notice of Receipt of a Repatriation Application
(Blackfoot First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Regulation)
Pursuant to the First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Act 
(FNSCORA) and the Blackfoot Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Regulation 
made under that Act, the Province of Alberta as represented by the Minister of 
Culture and Tourism hereby gives notice of receipt of a repatriation application from 
a member of the Siksika Nation for objects in the Government of Alberta's 
collections at the Glenbow Museum.
The application is for the repatriation of an Otter Tipi Flag Bundle (AF 890 A-D) 
used as a component of an Otter Painted Lodge. This bundle originates from the 
Siksika Nation and came into the possession of the Glenbow Museum in 1960.
Any person with interest in this object, who either wishes to make written 
representations to the Minister relating to this application or to submit an application 
of their own, must do so within 30 days after publication of this notice in The Alberta 
Gazette. For further information, an interested person should contact the Head of 
Community Engagement at the Royal Alberta Museum, 9810 103a Avenue, 
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0G2. The Acting Head of Community Engagement can be 
reached by telephone at 825-468-6218 and by fax at 825-468-6250 or by email at 
Natalie.Charette@gov.ab.ca.
The notice may also be viewed at https://royalalbertamuseum.ca/collections/cultural-
studies/repatriation/.
Repatriation of the above pieces to the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Foundation, as 
the designated representative of the Siksika Nation, may proceed after the 30-day 
period if the objects listed in the application are determined to meet the criteria of a 
sacred ceremonial object as defined in the FNSCORA, no additional applications or 
contrary written representations have been made, and if the Minister considers 
repatriation to be appropriate.
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 0872 
MO 02/19
I, Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism, pursuant to section 20(1) of the 
Historical Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, hereby:
1.	Designate the site known as the:
Buttermaker's House, together with the land legally described as:
Plan RN21 (XXI) 
Block 1 
All that portion of Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 which lie north west of the north west 
limit of road PLAN 3401KS 
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in Red Deer County, Alberta
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to Section 20, Subsection (9) of that Act, no person 
shall destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE or remove any historic object from a PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of section 20, subsections (11) 
and (12) of that Act now apply in case 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.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, January 16, 2019.
Ricardo Miranda, Minister.
Economic Development and Trade
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1 to June 30, 2018
Purpose: Networking event held in conjunction with the International Information 
and Communication Technologies Expo between Alberta based businesses and Hong 
Kong based businesses.
Date: April 12, 2018
Amount: $1,129.00
Location: Hong Kong SAR, China
Purpose: Canadian food-themed networking event between Alberta and international 
buyers, end users and importers of the food and hospitality industry.
Date: April 25, 2018
Amount: $1,000.00
Location: Singapore Expo Convention & Exhibition Center, Singapore
Purpose: Networking event to connect the delegation of decision makers from Saudi 
Arabia with Alberta companies interested in becoming a supplier to the state-owned 
oil company of Saudi Arabia.
Date: April 25, 2018
Amount: $3,172.14
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
Purpose: Networking breakfast to connect exhibitors and participants at the 
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Xponential Tradeshow with 
Alberta based businesses.
Date: May 1, 2018
Amount: $1,286.00
Location: Denver, CO, USA
Purpose: Networking coffee break during the IE Expo China 2018 to promote 
Alberta soil remediation businesses.
Date: May 3, 2018
Amount: $696.42
Location: Shanghai, China
Purpose: Evening seminar with the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei to provide 
information and current development status of Artificial Intelligence in Alberta and 
explore areas of potential collaboration with Taiwan.
Date: May 7, 2018
Amount: $4,994.47
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Purpose: Meeting with Hubei Department of Commerce in Beijing to establish 
stakeholder relationship and sign a memorandum of understanding focusing on the 
exchange of best practices, information and collaboration on trade and investment 
initiatives.
Date: May 8, 2018
Amount: $1,828.19
Location: Beijing, China
Purpose: Alberta Investment Attraction Seminar to promote investment on 
technology, innovation and service sectors between Hong Kong businesses and 
Alberta based businesses.  
Date: May 10, 2018
Amount: $8,356.13
Location: Hong Kong SAR, China
Purpose: Seminar to facilitate project match making between science and technology 
businesses from Alberta and Guangdong.
Date: May 11, 2018
Amount: $5,073.74
Location: Guangzhou, China
Purpose: Multiple business-to-business meetings and networking receptions during 
the Private Sector Liaison Officers Energy Mission for Alberta based businesses and 
international businesses. Mission had over 100 attendees and 35 participating 
organizations from Canada, United States, France, Spain, Netherlands and other 
countries. Cost includes transportation and translation services. Event cost was 
recovered from participants through the Dedicated Revenue Initiative.
Date: May 13-17, 2018
Amount: $16,428.49
Location: Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, West Africa
Purpose: Alberta Partnership and Investment Seminar to promote investment and 
business strategic partnerships with a focus on innovation, robotics and energy 
efficiency.  Seminar aims to connect Alberta based businesses with Singapore based 
businesses.
Date: May 14, 2018
Amount: $3,844.68
Location: Singapore
Purpose: Investment Roundtable lunch to update the Hong Kong investor community 
on the latest developments in Edmonton and Alberta.
Date: May 14, 2018
Amount: $1,641.26
Location: Hong Kong SAR, China
Purpose: Co-hosted a three-day market research program involving Alberta 
businesses in the energy, IT, construction, health care, food and agri-products and 
environment.
Date: May 15-16, 2018
Amount: $1,947.25
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Purpose: Luncheon reception at the Official Residence in Shanghai to build 
relationships with key stakeholders in China.
Date: May 16, 2018
Amount: $2,412.24
Location: Shanghai, China
Purpose: Full-day seminar on "Reimbursement of Medical Devices in Europe" in 
collaboration with Global Affairs Canada. The seminar provides information to 
Alberta health technology companies about the regulatory and financial environment 
for reimbursement strategies for Canadian companies in various European markets.
Date: May 23, 2018
Amount: $916.70
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
Purpose: Hosted meetings during the Biotechnology Innovation Organization 2018 
International Convention.
Date: June 3-4, 2018
Amount: $3,257.78
Location: Boston, USA
Purpose: Co-hosted the Ukraine Energy Day at the Global Petroleum Show to 
explore the potential of creating partnerships between Alberta and Ukraine businesses 
in the energy sector.
Date: June 13, 2018
Amount: $2,500.00
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
Purpose: Breakfast seminar targeting UK audiences on Alberta's efforts to combat 
climate change and leading practices by Alberta based businesses.
Date: June 21, 2018
Amount: $887.89
Location: London, UK
Purpose: Hosted the German Artificial Intelligence incoming delegation to explore 
opportunities for collaboration and investment with key stakeholders in Edmonton's 
Artificial Intelligence ecosystem.
Date: June 22, 2018
Amount: $5,231.13
Location: Edmonton, AB, Canada
Purpose: Roundtable luncheon to discuss practical steps in business development and 
advancement of Alberta and Alberta stakeholders' interests in China.
Date: June 25, 2018
Amount: $1,473.54
Location: Hong Kong SAR, China
Purpose: Co-hosted the annual Guangdong Canada business networking event with 
key players in Canada and South China. Event serves as a strong opportunity to 
establish contacts with key stakeholders in Guangzhou.
Date: June 28, 2018
Amount: $2,010.20
Location: Guangzhou, China
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 - Leduc-Woodbend Rex 
Agreement No. 2" and that the Unit became effective on August 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 Rex 
Agreement No. 3" and that the Unit became effective on August 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 - Stewart Ellerslie 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on August 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 - Stewart Ellerslie 
Agreement No. 2" and that the Unit became effective on August 1, 2018.
 
 
 

 
Infrastructure
Contract Increases Approved Pursuant to Treasury Board Directive 02/2005
Contract: Calgary Remand Centre (CRC) - Divide Living Units
Contractor: Everest Construction Management Ltd.
Reason for Increase: The additional work included in Change Orders 50-58 covers 
unanticipated upgrades to security camera servers, additional flooring replacement in 
Units 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, conduit investigation in Unit 1 and repairing a Calgary Young 
Offender Centre driveway.
Contract Amount: $4,529,983.00
% Increase: 12%
Amount of Increase: $564,931.96
Contract: Edmonton - Royal Alberta Museum - Human History Gallery
Contractor: Kubik Inc.
Reason for Increase: Client scope additions to contract: artifact mountmaking, First 
Nations objects, scenic diorama displays. Client design changes: additional gallery 
and exhibit lighting; numerous modifications to artifact plinths, cases and displays.
Contract Amount: $9,879,500.00
% Increase: 21%
Amount of Increase: $2,118,790.79
Contract: Edmonton - Royal Alberta Museum - Natural History Gallery
Contractor: Kubik Inc.
Reason for Increase: Client scope additions to contract: artifact mountmaking, 
scenic diorama displays. Client design changes: additional gallery and exhibit 
lighting; numerous modifications to artifact plinths, cases and displays.
Contract Amount: $8,400,000.00
% Increase: 45%
Amount of Increase: $3,763,595.21
Contract: Red Deer - Courthouse - Phase 2 (Part B) Facility Upgrades
Contractor: IMC Construction Ltd.
Reason for Increase: The significant changes in Q3 included several existing 
building systems within the operating courthouse discovered to be at capacity and not 
able to function reliably after new devices were added.
Contract Amount: $987,778.00
% Increase: 27%
Amount of Increase: $267,892.96
 
Metis Settlements General Council
Election Policy for General Council Officers 
Policy GC-P1809
Table of Contents
Part 1 
Context
	1	Background
	2	Purpose 
	3	Effect
Part 2 
Interpretation
	4	Definitions
Part 3 
Election Procedure
	5	Appointment of returning officer
	6	Duties of returning officer 
	7	Oaths
	8	Administration of oaths
	9	General Council elections 
	10	Term of office
	11	General term of office
	12	Election Day 
	13	Notice to public
	14	Nomination day
	15	Form of nomination 
	16	Procedure on nomination day
	17	Insufficient nominations
	18	Election by acclamation 
	19	Confirmation of election
	20	Qualification of candidates
	21	Ineligible candidates
Part 4 
Voting Procedure
	22	Role of the returning officer on Election Day
	23	Voting
Part 5 
Post Vote Procedure
	24	Post election 
	25	Packets of ballots
	26	Sealing ballot packets
	27	Securing election documents
	28	Delivery of election material
	29	Disposition of election material
Part 6 
Controverted Elections
	30	Limitation of action
	31	Metis Settlements Appeal Tribunal 
Part 7 
Removal, Resignation and Vacancies
	32	Removal of Officers
	33	Resignations
	34	Vacancies
Part 8 
Review
	35	Review
Part 9 
Transitional
	36	Breaches prior to passage
Schedule A 
Forms
		Oath of returning officer
		Nomination form
		Disclosure form
		Withdrawal of nominee
		Oath of office
Part 1 
Context
Background
1  This Policy is made under section 222(1)(ii)(ii) of the Metis Settlements Act. 
Purpose
2  The purpose of this Policy is to provide a working framework for electing General 
Council Officers.
Effect
3  GC-P0406 is hereby amended by this Policy.
Part 2 
Interpretation
Definitions
4(1)  The following definitions apply in this Policy:
(a)	"Act" means the Metis Settlements Act;
(b)	"Declared Elected" means the point in time from which a candidate takes 
the oath of office;
(c)	"Deemed Elected" means the point in time from which a candidate 
receives a majority vote or is the sole nominee for an officer's position;
(d)	"Election Day for Officers of the General Council" means an election held 
for all the Officers of the General Council to fill vacancies caused by the 
passage of time;
(e)	"General Council Executive" means the Officers of the General Council;
(f)	"Member of the General Council" means the councillors of all the 
settlement councils and the Officers of the General Council as set out in 
section 214(2) of the Act;
(g)	"Officers of the General Council" means the President, Vice-President, 
Secretary and Treasurer;
(h)	"Settlement Member" means an individual who is a member of a Metis 
Settlement. 
(i)	"Tribunal" means the Metis Settlements Appeals Tribunal established 
under the Act;
(2)  Footnotes are part of the Policy and included to help with interpretation.
Part 3 
Election Procedure
Appointment of returning officer
5(1)  The General Council shall appoint a returning officer, who is a commissioner 
for oaths, for the purposes of conducting elections or by-elections under this Policy.
(a)	The appointment of the returning officer shall be made by ordinary 
resolution; and
(b)	The appointment shall be made no later than two (2) weeks before the 
election or by-election.
(2)  The returning officer may not be a Member of the General Council or a candidate 
for the General Council Executive. 
Duties of returning officer
6  In addition to performing the duties specified in this Policy, or any other Act, a 
returning officer shall:
(a)	appoint deputies, constables and other persons as required;
(b)	provide notice to Settlement Members concerning election and nomination 
day;
(c)	provide for the supply and delivery of ballots, ballot boxes, instructions to 
electors and other necessary supplies;
(d)	receive nomination and disclosure forms; and
(e)	do all things necessary for the conduct of an election.
Oaths
7  Every returning officer and agent before performing the duties of that office must 
take and subscribe to the official oath in the prescribed form.
Administration of oaths
8  The returning officer shall administer oaths or statutory declarations required by 
this Policy.
General Council elections
9  The Officers of the General Council must be elected by the settlement councils, 
each of which has one vote, from Settlement Members who are not councillors. 
Term of office
10(1)  Unless otherwise disqualified from remaining in office due to resignation, 
death, or removal by General Council, Officers of the General Council are considered 
elected under this Policy and hold office from when the person takes the oath of 
office to immediately before the person's successor takes his or her oath of office 
after the next election of Officers of the General Council.
(2)  Unless otherwise disqualified from remaining in office, a person elected as an 
Officer of the General Council to fill a vacancy caused other than by the passage of 
time holds office from when the person takes the oath of office for the remainder of 
the period the person's predecessor would have held office had that predecessor 
continued in office.
General term of office
11(1)  Subject to section 32 of this Policy, the Officers of the General Council elected 
to office in April 2019 shall hold office at the pleasure of the General Council for a 
term up to two (2) years and eight months ending in January 2022.
(2)  Subject to section 32 of this Policy, the Officers of the General Council shall 
thereafter hold office at the pleasure of General Council for a term of up to four (4) 
years and an election for the Officers of General Council shall be held every fourth 
year commencing January 2026.
Election day
12  Election Day for Officers of the General Council
(a)	in the case of the April 2019 election, it is to be the fourth Thursday in 
April, following which in the case of the passage of time, is to be the 
fourth Thursday in January; and
(b)	in the case of a by-election shall be the day fixed by an ordinary resolution 
of the General Council.  
Notice to public
13  The returning officer shall provide one (1) week notice of Election Day and 
nomination day to Settlement Members by publishing said notice in the Metis 
Messenger, or local newspapers, and having the notice posted at each Settlement 
office.
Nomination day
14  Nomination day shall be 14 days before Election Day.  
Form of nomination
15(1)  Nominations may be made by any Settlement Councillor in the prescribed form 
and do not require a seconder.
(2)  Nominations shall be accompanied with a disclosure form in the prescribed form.
(3)  A candidate breaches this Policy and is ineligible if the candidate does not file a 
disclosure form, or if the candidate knowingly gives false or misleading information 
in the disclosure.
Procedure on nomination day
16(1)  The returning officer takes the Chair at 10:00 a.m., reviews the election 
procedures, and subject to the order set out in subsection (3), declares the floor to be 
open for nominations, and receives said nominations. 
(2)  If a candidate is not present or does not file the disclosure form at the time of 
nomination, the nomination is not valid, and the returning officer may not enter the 
candidate's name on the list of candidates.
(3)  Nominations shall be received first for the President's position, followed by the 
Vice-President, the Treasurer's position, then the Secretary.  
(a)	If an election is required, the order set out in 16(3) will apply to the voting 
process.
(4)  Before closing nominations for any Executive position, the returning officer will 
ask three times whether there are any further nominations for the position. 
(5)  Upon closure of nominations for all the officer's positions, candidates shall be 
given the opportunity to address the General Council in the order in which they were 
nominated.
(6)  After the close of nominations, any Member of General Council may request to 
examine the filed nomination and disclosure forms during regular business hours and 
in the presence of the returning officer.
Insufficient nominations
17(1)  If the number of persons nominated for any office of the Executive is less than 
the number required to be elected, the time for receipt of nominations:
(a)	shall stand adjourned to the next day at the same place at the hour of 10:00 
a.m. and shall remain open until 12 noon for the purpose of receiving 
further nominations for the office,
(b)	shall continue to remain open and be adjourned in the same manner from 
day to day until 12 noon of the day that the required number of 
nominations has been received or a period of six (6) days, including 
nomination day but not including Saturday, Sunday and holidays, as 
defined in the Interpretation Act, has elapsed; and
(c)	when for any reason the necessary number of candidates is not nominated 
or elected, the General Council may appoint one or more Settlement 
Members to fill the vacancy or vacancies for a period of not more than 
(six) 6 months or until the vacancy or vacancies are filled by an election. 
Election by acclamation
18(1)  When at the close of nominations the number of persons nominated for any 
office is the same as the number required to be elected, that person is acclaimed as 
Deemed Elected and, subject to the application of section 24(1)(a) of this Policy if 
necessary,  the returning officer shall administer the oath of office and declare the 
persons nominated to be elected to the offices for which they were nominated.
(2)  Forthwith after having declared a person elected by acclamation, the returning 
officer shall give to the General Council Secretary and the Minister written 
notification signed by the returning officer of the names of the persons so elected and 
of the Executive offices to which they were elected and the returning officer shall 
deliver the nomination papers and other material relating to the receipt of nominations 
to the General Council Secretary.
(3)  The General Council Secretary must retain the nomination papers and disclosure 
forms until the term of office to which they relate has expired.
(4)  The nomination papers and disclosure forms may be inspected by a Member of 
General Council during regular business hours in the presence of the General Council 
Secretary. 
Confirmation of election
19  If more than the required number of persons for any Executive office remain 
nominated 22 hours after the close of nominations, the returning officer shall open the 
General Council meeting by declaring that an election shall be held for filling that 
office, or offices.
Qualification of candidates 
20  A Settlement member may be nominated as a candidate for the General Council 
Executive if on nomination day the Settlement member:
(a)	has maintained residence in a settlement area in accordance with section 
234 of the Act for at least 12 consecutive months immediately preceding 
nomination day; and
(b)	is not otherwise ineligible or disqualified.
Ineligible candidates 
21(1)  A settlement member is ineligible to be nominated as a candidate for the 
General Council Executive or to serve as an Officer of the General Council:
(a)	if, on nomination day or between nomination day and the time that the 
candidate is Declared Elected,
(i)	the settlement member is or becomes a judge of a court;
(ii)	the settlement member is or becomes a member of the Appeal 
Tribunal;
(iii)	the settlement member is or becomes the auditor of a settlement or 
the General Council;
(iv)	the settlement member is or becomes a member of the Senate or 
House of Commons of Canada or of the Legislative Assembly of 
Alberta;
(v)	the settlement member is or becomes indebted to any settlement 
for more than $250 or to General Council for more than $5000 or 
the Settlement Investment Corporation for more than $5000, 
unless a written agreement has been entered into with the 
settlement, the General Council or the Settlement Investment 
Corporation, as applicable, to repay the debt and the settlement 
member is not behind in payments under the agreement;
(vi)	the settlement member is or becomes a formal patient under the 
Mental Health Act or is or becomes the subject of a guardianship 
or trusteeship order under the Dependent Adults Act; or
(vii)	the settlement member in some other manner is or becomes 
ineligible to be or disqualified from being nominated as a 
candidate for, or to serve as, an Officer;
Or
(b)	if, in the four (4) years preceding Election Day,
(i)	the settlement member was convicted of an indictable offence 
carrying a possibility of imprisonment for five (5) or more years;
(ii)	the settlement member was convicted of an offence under section 
123 of the Criminal Code (Canada); or
(iii)	the settlement member was removed from Settlement Council or 
General Council as a result of an order under section 176 of the 
Act.
(2)  A candidate may withdraw before the commencement of the election process 
under section 22 of this Policy by providing the returning officer with a withdrawal 
form in the prescribed form. 
(2.1)  In the event a candidate accepts the nomination, the candidate must pay to the 
General Council a non-refundable nomination fee of $250 prior to the commencement 
of the election process under section 22 of this Policy by providing a certified cheque 
or money order payable to the General Council to the returning officer.
(2.2)  In the event a candidate accepts the nomination, the candidate must provide a 
long form birth certificate describing the candidate's parentage prior to the 
commencement of the election process under section 22 of this Policy.
(3)  A Settlement member is not eligible to be nominated for more than one office of 
the General Council Executive.
Part 4 
Voting Procedure
Role of the returning officer on Election Day 
22  On Election Day for the General Council Officers, the returning officer:
(a)	takes the Chair to preside over the election;
(b)	updates the General Council concerning the receipt of withdrawal forms 
(if any) from any of the candidates;
(c)	asks the remaining candidates to address the General Council in the order 
they appear on the ballot and in the order set out in section 16(3) of this 
Policy;
(d)	asks the candidates if they wish to appoint scrutineers;
(e)	distributes a ballot to each Settlement listing the names of the candidates 
for each position in alphabetical order; and
(f)	counts the votes in the presence of the scrutineers and one or two other 
people the Returning officer has asked to assist him.
Voting
23(1)  Subject to subsection (6), voting shall take place by secret ballot, with each 
Settlement Council casting one ballot into a ballot box provided by the returning 
officer.
(2)  If any candidate receives a majority of five or more votes from settlement 
councils, the candidate is deemed to be elected to the position.
(3)  Subject to subsection (5), if no candidate receives a least five (5) votes, then the 
name of any candidate having fewer votes than all others must be removed from the 
ballot and another vote held.
(4)  The names of candidates removed from the ballot under subsection (3) may not 
be added to any subsequent ballot in that election.
(5)  The names of candidates shall not be removed from a ballot for having the fewest 
votes if that removal would leave only the name of one candidate remaining on the 
ballot.
(6)  In the event that no candidate receives a majority vote after three consecutive 
votes, the General Council may resolve by ordinary resolution to amend the voting 
procedure and resolve the deadlock by utilizing subsections 6(a) and 6(b) if 
necessary, or go directly to 6(b):
(a)	Free vote - Subject to (c) below, and section 23(3) of this Policy, the 
returning officer distributes ballots with the names of the candidates to 
each member of General Council, other than officers, present at the time of 
distribution and counts the resulting members' votes;
(i)	The returning officer shall declare the candidate receiving more 
than 50% of the votes of the members who vote deemed to be 
elected;
(ii)	If the candidates receive the same number of members' votes, 
another members' vote is held;
(iii)	If the candidates receive the same number of members' votes on 
three consecutive members' votes, then the method provided for 
in subsection (b) must be used to determine which one is deemed 
to be elected;
(b)	Luck of the draw - Subject to the operation of subsection (a), the returning 
officer shall write the names of the candidates separately on blank sheets 
of paper of equal size and of same colour and texture, and after folding the 
sheets of paper in a uniform manner and so that the names are concealed, 
shall deposit them in a receptacle and direct some person to withdraw one 
of the sheets and the Returning Officer shall declare the candidate whose 
name is drawn deemed to be elected; or
(c)	In all free votes conducted under (a), affected candidates who are 
settlement councillors cannot vote and shall not receive a ballot.
Part 5 
Post Vote Procedure
Post election
24(1)  Following the declaration of a candidate to have received a majority vote, the 
returning officer shall
(a)	in circumstances where the Deemed Elected candidate is a settlement 
councillor, provide the Deemed Elected candidate up to two weeks to 
resign from settlement council as set out in section 24 of the Act;
(b)	subject to (a), administer the oath of office in the prescribed form to the 
successful candidate and declare him or her to be elected;
(c)	ask the successful candidate to address the General Council; and
(d)	return the Chair to the President or next Declared Elected officer in line.
(2)  Forthwith after having declared a person elected, the returning officer shall give 
to the General Council Secretary and the Minister written notification signed by the 
returning officer of the names of the persons so elected and of the Executive offices to 
which they were elected.
Packets of ballots
25  At the completion of the counting of the ballots after each voting round, the 
returning officer or deputy shall make up the ballots into a separate packet.
Sealing ballot packets
26  Each packet of ballots shall be sealed, and each packet must be marked on the 
outside with:
(a)	the Executive position being voted on;
(b)	the date of the election;
(c)	the name of the returning officer or deputy; and
(d)	the voting round.
Securing election documents 
27  Upon completion of the General Council Executive elections, the returning officer 
shall then place all the packets containing ballots in the ballot box and the ballot box 
shall be closed and sealed with a returning officer's seal so that it cannot be opened 
without breaking the seal.
Delivery of election material 
28(1)  As soon as practicable after the election, the returning officer shall deliver to 
the General Council Secretary the sealed ballot box, the ballot accounts and the 
nomination papers and disclosure forms, and the Secretary is subsequently 
responsible for their delivery when required.
(2)  The Secretary must retain the ballot accounts, nomination papers and disclosure 
forms until the term of office to which they relate has expired.
(3)  The nomination papers, disclosure forms, and ballot accounts may be inspected 
by a Member of General Council during regular business hours in the presence of the 
Secretary.
Disposition of election material
29  The Secretary, unless otherwise ordered by the Appeal Tribunal, shall retain the 
ballot box with its seal unbroken for 31 days from the date of voting and then shall 
cause the ballot box to be opened and its contents destroyed in the presence of two (2) 
witnesses and each of the two (2) witnesses shall make a statutory declaration that the 
witness has witnessed the destruction of the contents of the ballot box.
Part 6 
Controverted Elections
Limitation of action
30(1)  No proceedings relating to the validity of an election of an officer of General 
Council may be commenced after 30 days from the day a candidate was Deemed 
Elected.
(2)  No proceedings relating to a candidate's eligibility to be Declared Elected may be 
commenced after 90 days from the day a candidate was Declared Elected.
(3)  Proceedings relating to a candidate's eligibility to remain elected may be 
commenced at any time during their term.
Metis Settlements Appeal Tribunal
31(1)  Proceedings under section 30 of this Policy shall be decided by the Metis 
Settlements Appeal Tribunal. 
(2)  A formal appeal concerning the issues set out in sections 30(1) and (2) of this 
Policy may be raised before the Tribunal by:
(a)	a candidate at the election; or
(b)	any Member of the General Council.
(3)  A formal appeal concerning the issue set out in sections 30(3) of this Policy may 
be raised before the Tribunal by any Member of the General Council.
(4)  The form of appeal shall be made in accordance with the Appeal Tribunal's rules 
and procedures.
Part 7 
Removal, Resignations and Vacancies
Removal of Officers
32  The Officers of the General Council serve at the pleasure of General Council and 
may be removed by special resolution if the General Council considers an Officer or 
Officers to be managing his or her executive role and responsibilities in an irregular, 
improper or improvident manner.  
Resignation 
33(1)  An Officer may resign by giving written notice of resignation at an Officers' 
meeting, a General Council Assembly meeting, or a General Council Board meeting.
(2)  The resignation takes effect the moment it is given to the meeting even if the 
resignation states it is effective at another time.
Vacancies 
34(1)  In the event of a vacancy in a General Council Officer position, the General 
Council, or the Board, may set a by-election date by ordinary resolution.
(2)  The nomination, election and voting procedures contained in this Policy shall 
apply to the by-election process.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), if the vacancy occurs with less than 9 months 
remaining in the general term of office, the General Council may leave the position 
vacant for the remainder of the term.
Part 8 
Review
Review 
35  The general topic of electing General Council officers will be included under the 
self-governance advancement review and proposals under section 232.1 of the Act.
Part 9 
Transitional
Breaches prior to passage
36  No proceeding may be commenced under this Policy in respect of an alleged 
breach of this amended Policy committed prior to this amended Policy's approval 
pursuant to section 224 of the Act.
37  THIS POLICY IS HEREBY DULY APPROVED AND PASSED BY THE 
General Council on 3rd Reading this 20th day of December, 2018 at Edmonton, in 
the Province of Alberta.
					Metis Settlements General Council
					______________________________
					Gerald Cunningham, President
					______________________________
					Dorothy Anderson, Elected Secretary
Schedule A 
Forms
OATH OF RETURNING OFFICER and/or 
DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER
(Election of General Council Officers)

I,(print name) _________________________, of ____________________, in the 

Province of Alberta, Canada, MAKE OATH AND SAY THAT: 

1.	I will diligently, faithfully and to the best of my ability execute 
according to law the office of (circle one) returning officer / deputy 
returning officer;
2.	I will not communicate to any person any information obtained at an 
election or in the course of carrying out my duties as to the candidate or 
candidates for whom a settlement or Member of General Council has 
voted.; and
3.	I will in all respects maintain and aid in maintaining the absolute secrecy 
of the vote.

SWORN (AFFIRMED) before me 

at __________________________

in the Province of Alberta this          

day of 

20   .


A Commissioner for Oaths/Notary 
Public in and for the Province of 
Alberta

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MY APPOINTMENT EXPIRES ________


 
NOMINATION FORM
IN THE MATTER OF THE ELECTION OF 
OFFICERS OF THE METIS SETTLEMENTS GENERAL COUNCIL
I,(print name) _______________________, a member of the General Council, 
hereby nominate (print name of nominee) ________________________, for the 
position of _________________________, of the General Council in the 
election of Officers of the General Council to be held on the ____ day of 
____________________, 20___.
_______________________________
	Signature of Nominator
ACCEPTANCE OF NOMINATON - STATUTORY DECLARATION
I,(print name) ____________________________, of _____________________, in the 
Province of Alberta, Canada, do solemnly declare as follows: 

1.	I am eligible under section 20 of the Election Policy for General Council 
Officers (the Policy) to be nominated as a candidate for the GC Executive; 
2.	I am not otherwise ineligible or disqualified to be nominated or to serve as 
an Officer of the General Council under section 21 of the Policy;
3.	I am committed to accepting the office if elected; 
4.	I shall pay the non-refundable deposit to MSGC immediately;
5.	I shall provide my long form parentage birth certificate to the Returning 
Officer immediately;
6.	I consent to having General Council submit a request for information to the 
federal government to determine whether I am an Indian registered under 
the Indian Act; 
7.	I consent to General Council conducting a criminal record check on me; and
8.	I am aware of, understand, and agree to be bound by the contents of the 
Policy.

And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and 
knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath.

DECLARED before me in Edmonton, Alberta, this ____ day of _________________ 
A.D., 20____.



______________________________		_____________________________
A Commissioner for Oaths/Notary Public	Signature of Nominee
For the Province of Alberta


 
DISCLOSURE FORM
(Must be filed with the Returning Officer at the time of nomination)
I, (print name) ____________________________, being nominated for the 
position of ____________________________ of the General Council in the 
election of Officers of the General Council to be held on the ____ day 
of ____________________, 20___, hereby disclose that the following 
agreements are now in effect between me and the ______ Settlement, the 
General Council or Settlement Investment Corporation:

Agreement (see instructions below)
Duration

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Witness (print name)

Date





Signature of Witness

Signature of Candidate


 
WITHDRAWAL OF NOMINEE
IN THE MATTER OF THE ELECTION OF
OFFICER(S) OF THE METIS SETTLEMENTS
GENERAL COUNCIL HELD
ON THE ______ DAY OF ___________________, 20___.

I (print name) _____________________________, hereby withdraw my 

acceptance of nomination for the officer position of 

____________________________ of the Metis Settlements General Council.







Witness (print name)





Signature of Witness

Signature of Candidate


Received by the returning officer (print name) __________________________, 

at Edmonton, Alberta, at __________ A.M./P.M. this ________ day of 

___________________, 20___.



Signature of Returning 
Officer



 
OATH OF OFFICE 
(General Council Officer)

	I, _______________________________________________ of the

	________________________________________ Metis Settlement, 

	swear that I will diligently, faithfully and to the best of my ability

        execute according to law the office of ________________________
	
	of the Metis Settlements General Council.

							So, help me God.


	Dated this ________ day of ________________, 20___.


						
	___________________________
						Signature of Officer



 
Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation - Cancellation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Albert S. Roach Fire Training & Consulting Services, Accreditation No. A000188, 
Order No. O00000340
Is to cease services under the Safety Codes Act for the discipline of Fire.
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code, and Fire Investigation (cause and 
circumstance).
Accredited Date: November 8, 1995	Issued Date: February 19, 2019.
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Suncor Energy Inc. Oil Sands, Accreditation No. C000111, Order No. 3035
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 Alberta Electrical 
Utility Code.
Accredited Date: December 16, 1994	Issued Date: February 1, 2019.
Joint Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Clearwater County Regional Fire Rescue Services comprising of Village of 
Caroline, Town of Rocky Mountain House, Clearwater County, Accreditation No. 
J124271, Order No. 3081
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act for Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code except for those requirements 
pertaining to the installation, alteration, and removal of the storage tank systems for 
flammable liquids and combustible liquids.
Fire Investigation (cause and circumstance) 
Fire Prevention Programs (optional)
Accredited Date: February 15, 2019	Issued Date: February 15, 2019.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULE 15-501 
RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE FOR COMMISSION 
PROCEEDINGS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on February 13, 2019 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
Alberta Securities Commission Rule 15-501 Rules of Practice and Procedure for 
Commission Proceedings
1.	Alberta Securities Commission Rule 15-501 Rules of Practice and Procedure 
for Commission Proceedings is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definition:
(c.1)	"Canadian financial institution" means a bank, loan corporation, trust 
company, insurance company, treasury branch, credit union or caisse 
populaire that, in each case, is authorized to carry on business in Canada 
or in a province or territory of Canada, or the Conf‚d‚ration des caisses 
populaires et d'‚conomie Desjardins du Qu‚bec;.
3.	Paragraph 3.3(a) is replaced with the following: 
(a)	If authorized by the Act, a person or company may commence an appeal 
before the ASC by serving, within the time prescribed by the Act, a 
written notice of appeal on the Commission in accordance with section 
217(1.1) of the Act, and the notice of appeal shall include a statement 
indicating the order sought, the statutory provisions relied upon, and the 
grounds for the order..
4.	Section 5.1 is amended by adding "or" at the end of paragraph (a), by 
replacing "; or" at the end of paragraph (b) with "." and by deleting 
paragraph (c).
5.	Section 5.3 is amended by replacing ", electronic mail or facsimile" with "or 
electronic mail".
6.	Paragraph 5.5(d) and section 5.8 are amended by deleting "or facsimile".
7.	Section 5.6 and paragraph 5.7(b) are amended by replacing ", electronic mail 
address or facsimile number" with "or electronic mail address" wherever the 
expression occurs.
8.	Paragraph 7.1(c) is amended by replacing "30" with "60".
9.	Paragraph 7.2(b) is amended by replacing "15" with "30".
10.	Paragraph 7.3(b) is amended by replacing "45" with "75".
11.	Section 8.1 is amended by adding "at any time after a proceeding is 
commenced. Despite the foregoing, a pre-hearing conference shall be held at 
least 2 weeks before a hearing in the proceeding is scheduled to commence. 
The purpose of a pre-hearing conference is" after "with a panel".
12.	The rule is amended by adding the following sections in Part 10:
10.4	Electronic Hearings
In respect of a proceeding commenced by staff pursuant to section 3.2 
of these Rules, all documents that the parties intend to enter as evidence 
at a hearing shall be presented in electronic form.
10.5	Authenticity of Documents
(a)	In this section, "authentic" means that:
(i)	in the case of a document identified as an original, it was 
created, printed, written, signed or executed as it purports 
to have been; and
(ii)	in the case of a document identified as a copy, it is a true 
copy of the original.
(b)	Subject to clause (c), in a proceeding, the following documents 
are presumed to be authentic:
(i)	an official or public document created by a department of 
the Government of Canada, a department of a 
government of a province or territory in Canada, or a 
municipal government in Canada; and
(ii)	an official or public document created by a Canadian 
financial institution.
(c)	Clause (b) does not apply to a document if a party to the 
proceeding objects to the authenticity of the document,
(i)	at least 15 days prior to the commencement of a hearing, 
with respect to a hearing under Part 16 of the Act, or
(ii)	at least 3 days prior to the commencement of any other 
hearing to which these Rules apply.
(d)	Clause (b) does not preclude a party to a proceeding from 
objecting to the admission of the document as evidence in the 
proceeding on grounds other than its authenticity, and the 
absence of an objection to the authenticity of the document by a 
party to the proceeding does not constitute an acknowledgment 
that the document is relevant or material..
13.	This Instrument comes into force on April 1, 2019, and shall only apply to a 
proceeding commenced on or after the effective date.
Service Alberta
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1 to December 31, 2018
Function: Canadian Council of Land Titles Officials
Purpose: Land Title Registrars from across Canada share and discuss 
recommendations for establishing and operationalizing the use of electronic 
documents submitted under a digital signature, digital transformation initiatives and 
best practices and guidelines for procuring Land Titles administration services. Total 
registration fees of $2,800 have been invoiced to participants.
Date: October 17-19, 2018
Amount: $5,085.39
Location: Calgary, Alberta
ADVERTISEMENTS
Horse Racing Alberta
(Horse Racing Alberta Act)
Directive No. 090 - 2019 
Quarter Horse
The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are ADDED as follows:
Chapter 3: General Horse Racing Rules; Part 2 Race Meetings; 
Division 3 Weights, Allowances and Penalties
Rule 193 t Weight range in minor meetings
At minor thoroughbred racing meets, no horse may carry less than 120 pounds or 
more than 130 pounds in any race, without the consent of the stewards board.
The following rule is ADDED to Rule 193 t to read:
Rule 193.1 Weight range for Quarter Horses
A Quarter Horse entered in a race in Alberta may not carry less than 124 pounds or 
more than 130 pounds in any race, without the consent of the stewards board.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, February 21, 2019.
Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer.
______________
Directive No. 091 - 2019 
All Breeds
The Alberta Horse Racing Rules are AMENDED as follows:
Directive No. 086 - 2016 All Breeds dated August 1, 2016 regarding Chapter 3: 
General Horse Racing Rules, Division 5 Race Day - After the Race.
The following Directive No. 086 - 2016 regarding Rule 268 g Repeat of tests is 
AMENDED to read:
Rule 268 g Repeat of tests
If a licensee is found culpable by the judge/stewards board with respect to a positive 
test for a prohibited drug in a horse under the licensee's care, the licensee may, at 
their own expense, arrange for a repeat test at a laboratory accredited by a 
recognized national accrediting body under ISO/IEC 17025, and is also known 
as a laboratory that does analysis on equine samples, on any residue of the urine, 
blood, or saliva originally tested, if in the opinion of the official laboratory that has 
handled the initial testing
(a)	there is sufficient quantity of the residue remaining for a proper test to be 
conducted, and
(b)	the sample has not suffered degradation to the extent that the retesting 
results would be inconclusive.
(2)	Once a test of a sample has been requested, any movement of that sample is 
under the control of Horse Racing Alberta, the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency 
and the official laboratory that handled the initial testing.
(3)	A request for the release of an official sample residue must be made by the 
Originator (owner or trainer) to the Provincial Regulatory Body within 21 
calendar days from the date of issue indicated on the Certificate of Positive 
Analysis. All requests are to be made in writing and must include the name and 
address of the chosen referee laboratory along with payment in full for shipping 
and handling related to the transportation of the sample residue to the referee 
laboratory. Requests must also include confirmation that the referee laboratory 
will accept and analyze the sample for the drug indicated in the Certificate of 
Positive Analysis.
Directive No. 086 - 2016 All Breeds regarding Rule 268 g previously stated:
If a licensee is found culpable by the judge/stewards board with respect to a positive 
test for a prohibited drug in a horse under the licensee's care, the licensee may, at 
their own expense, arrange for the mandatory three tests to be repeated at a 
laboratory accredited by a recognized national accrediting body under ISO/IEC 
17025, and is also known as a laboratory that does analysis on equine samples, 
on any residue of the urine, blood, or saliva originally tested, if in the opinion of the 
official laboratory that has handled the initial testing
(a)	there is sufficient quantity of the residue remaining for a proper test to be 
conducted, and
(b)	the sample has not suffered degradation to the extent that the retesting 
results would be inconclusive.
(2)	Once a test of a sample has been requested, any movement of that sample is 
under the control of Horse Racing Alberta, the Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency 
and the official laboratory that handled the initial testing.
(3)	A request for the release of an official sample residue must be made by the 
Originator (owner or trainer) to the Provincial Regulatory Body within 21 
calendar days from the date of issue indicated on the Certificate of Positive 
Analysis. All requests are to be made in writing and must include the name and 
address of the chosen referee laboratory along with payment in full for shipping 
and handling related to the transportation of the sample residue to the referee 
laboratory. Requests must also include confirmation that the referee laboratory 
will accept and analyze the sample for the drug indicated in the Certificate of 
Positive Analysis.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, February 21, 2019.
Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer.
______________
Directive No. 092 - 2019 
Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse
The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are AMENDED as follows:
Directive No. 089 - 2018 All Breeds dated May 7, 2018 regarding Chapter 3:  
General Horse Racing Rules, Part 2 Race Meetings, Division 5 Race Day
The following Directive No. 089 - 2018 regarding Rule 226 g Numbers is 
AMENDED to read:
Rule 226 Numbers
Each horse in a Thoroughbred or Quarter Horse race must carry a conspicuous 
saddle cloth number and a head number both of which must correspond to its 
number on the official program.
Directive No. 089 - 2018 All Breeds regarding Rule 226 g previously stated:
Each horse in a horse race must carry a conspicuous saddle cloth number which must 
correspond to its number on the official program.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, February 21, 2019.
Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer.
______________
Directive No. 093 - 2019 
All Breeds
The Rules Governing Horse Racing in Alberta are AMENDED as follows:
Chapter 2: Licensing Rules, Part 2 Racing Participants: Designation and Licensing, 
Division 1 Racing Participant's Licences, Subdivision 2 Race Horse Owner's Licence
The following Rule 51 g is REPEALED:
Rule 51 g Application by licensed trainer on behalf of owner
(1)	A licensed trainer may apply for an owner's license, on behalf of an owner 
that the trainer represents, by signing the application for the owner's license.
(2)	Permission to enter a horse in a horse race under a licence granted under 
subsection (1) may be granted for not more than 14 days.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, February 21, 2019.
Kent Verlik, Chief Executive Officer.
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 
Undercurrents Sports Ltd. on December 21, 2018.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, February 20, 2019.
 
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of St. Albert
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of St. Albert will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Douglas Cardinal 
Boardroom, Third Floor, St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert, Alberta, on 
Friday, April 26, 2019, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
65
13
7721673
18
2
9023194
26
-
8923083
27
13
3678RS
34
10
1958TR
62
7
G
60
13
7922780
88
10
7922780
200
-
0324687
10
17
0623645
76
3
0624465
228
19
0929806
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the City of St. 
Albert makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the 
developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser. No bid will 
be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of 
any parcel. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those 
specified by the City of St. Albert. No further information is available at the auction 
regarding the lands to be sold.
The City of St. Albert may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% deposit and balance payable within 30 days of the date of the Public 
Auction. G.S.T. will apply to all applicable lands.
The minimum reserve bid cannot be lower than the market value estimate 
predetermined by the City Assessor. The successful bidder shall be required to 
execute a Sale Agreement in a form and substance acceptable to the City of St. 
Albert. The successful bidder shall be responsible for and shall assume all liability for 
the refund of all security deposits or fees and applicable interest thereon, which, as of 
the Closing Date, shall be owing and payable by the landlord, pursuant to the 
Residential Tenancies Act, S.A. 2004, c. R-17.1, with respect to the lands sold and all 
condominium contributions or fees which, as of the Closing Date, shall be owing and 
payable, pursuant to the Condominium Property Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. C-22, with 
respect to the lands sold. 
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at St. Albert, Alberta, February 14, 2019.
City Assessor, Assessment and Taxation Services.
______________
County of St. Paul No. 19
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of St. Paul No. 19 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County 
Office, St. Paul, Alberta, on Tuesday, May 14, 2019, at 11:00 a.m., the following 
lands:
Pt. of 
Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Acres
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
SW
22
61
10
4
24.72
-
-
-
112328850
NW
31
56
10
4
159.36
-
-
-
062571576
NW
7
57
10
4
80.00
-
-
-
002126816
NW
7
57
10
4
80.00
-
-
-
002126816+1
SE
4
58
10
4
152.63
-
-
-
132009780+1
SW
4
58
10
4
158.01
-
-
-
132009780
SE
5
58
10
4
159.00
-
-
-
122130294
SE
28
56
11
4
148.04
-
-
-
092078646
SW
28
56
11
4
160.00
-
-
-
092078646+1
NE 
29
56
11
4
3.81
1
1
0521622
072543181
Heinsburg
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
13 & 14
1
4950EO
152112301
1-4
2
4950EO
992121071
Mallaig
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
4
2
1005EO
062540896+1
5
2
1005EO
062540896
6
5
0725758
142368869
Ashmont
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
5
1
1379CL
112110917
16-18
1
1379CL
042509432
12
3
1379CL
132097172
17
3
1379CL
152177538
11
4
1379CL
152186661
12
4
1379CL
152186661+1
13
4
1379CL
152186661+2
14
4
1379CL
162110425
7
5
2932HW
092328402
8
5
2932HW
092328402+1
2
5
7820727
142184413
Floatingstone
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
8
7
8023151
072143782
32
1
7920309
152056953+1
Lower Mann Lake
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
26
1
3909TR
962350063
Vincent Lake
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
6
2
7920260
062239119
12
1
7922083
972239078
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 properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the County 
of St. Paul No. 19 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 County of St. Paul No. 19 may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
All Bidders or their Agents must be present at the public auction.
Terms: Cash. The above properties may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at St. Paul, Alberta, February 21, 2019.
Sheila Kitz, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
County of Wetaskiwin No. 10
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County 
Office at Wetaskiwin, Alberta, on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, at 9:30 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Legal Address
Acres
Roll
C. of T. or 
LINC
-
-
-
NE;12;47;23;4
157.00
88800
152359289
1
-
9322395
SW;1;46;24;4
5.14
108701
932281442
1
5
7722948
SW;27;47;24;4
4.02
132313
142251405
1
-
9320847
NW;26;46;26;4
8.90
196601
942039382
2
1
0223874
NW;26;47;26;4
4.52
211000
182067144
4
3
0422276
NE;9;46;28;4
1.16
269925
152339756
21
3
0824199
NE;26;45;1;5
1.25
286167
082299040
7
5
0621183
SE;13;46;1;5
0.99
295639
072397951
2
-
0122727
NE;22;46;1;5
43.24
298900
062086519
4
9
7821047
SW;23;46;1;5
1.74
299423
152176380
-
-
-
SE;29;45;2;5
112.14
308700
112047839
-
-
-
SE;4;47;2;5
2.72
327401
122192531
4A
1
0829022
SE;18;46;3;5
-
346608
092037982
30
1
0120911
NW;7;46;5;5
0.76
409350
062472597
-
-
-
NW;30;45;6;5
1.66
440101
082234056
-
-
-
NW;31;45;6;5
4.63
440501
102313429
31
2
0525062
SE;36;46;6;5
0.57
455649
062408365
1
-
9822810
SE;30;45;7;5
4.94
474801
072381423
17
1
1085KS
SW;3;46;7;5
0.17
478509
042237253
18
1
1085KS
SW;3;46;7;5
0.17
478510
042237253
19
1
1085KS
SW;3;46;7;5
0.17
478511
042237255
C
1
1085KS
SW;3;46;7;5
0.55
478516
042237254
A
-
9022908
NW;19;46;7;5
3.39
484701
902327836
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 County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 may, after the public auction, become the owner of 
any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% cash deposit and balance payable by cash or certified cheque within 48 
hours.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Wetaskiwin, Alberta, February 22, 2019.
Rod Hawken, County Administrator.
______________
Village of Forestburg
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Forestburg will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village of 
Forestburg Council Chambers, 4902 - 50 Street, Forestburg, Alberta, on Monday, 
April 29, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll
C. of T.
1 & 2
6
4750BV
930.000
752016054A
8
11
2434HW
1910.000
142339690
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Village of 
Forestburg makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Village of Forestburg.
The Village of Forestburg may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, certified cheque or bank draft. 10% non-refundable deposit on the day 
of the sale and balance due within 24 hours of the Public Auction. GST will apply if 
applicable.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Forestburg, Alberta, February 21, 2019.
Debra A. Moffatt, CAO.







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