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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 115	Edmonton, Tuesday, December 31, 2019	No. 24
APPOINTMENTS
Appointment of Non-Presiding Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
November 25, 2019 
Bujupi, Mimoza of Lethbridge 
Desjardins, Amanda Leigh of Edmonton 
Hominiuk, Brianna Chantel of Edmonton 
Mateo, Laura Elizabeth of Edmonton 
Meadows, Kristen Leann of Edmonton
Reappointment of Full-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
December 19, 2019 
Honourable Judge William J. Cummings
For a term to expire December 18, 2020.
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
December 19, 2019 
Honourable Judge Sharon Lynne Van De Veen
For a term to expire December 18, 2020.
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December 30, 2019 
Honourable Judge Victor Thomas Tousignant
For a term to expire December 29, 2020.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 274/2019
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	December 3, 2019
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Order Annexing Land from 
Strathcona County to the City of Fort Saskatchewan set out in the attached 
Appendix.
Jason Kenney, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER ANNEXING LAND FROM STRATHCONA COUNTY  
TO THE CITY OF FORT SASKATCHEWAN
1   In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Schedule 1 and shown 
on the sketch in Schedule 2.
2   Effective January 1, 2020, the land described in Schedule 1 and shown on the 
sketch in Schedule 2 is separated from Strathcona County and annexed to the City of 
Fort Saskatchewan.
3   Any taxes owing to Strathcona County at the end of December 31, 2019 in respect 
of the annexed land and any assessable improvements to it are transferred to and 
become payable to the City of Fort Saskatchewan together with any lawful penalties 
and costs levied in respect of those taxes, and the City of Fort Saskatchewan on 
collecting those taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to Strathcona County.
4(1)  For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and in each subsequent year up to and 
including 2049, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the City of Fort Saskatchewan on the same basis as if 
they had remained in Strathcona County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the City of Fort Saskatchewan in respect of each 
assessment class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it using
(i)	the municipal tax rate established by Strathcona County, or
(ii)	the municipal tax rate established by the City of Fort Saskatchewan,
whichever is lower, for property of the same assessment class.
(2)  Where in 2020 or any subsequent taxation year up to and including 2049 a 
portion of the annexed land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created at the request of or on behalf of the 
landowner
(i)	as a result of subdivision,
(ii)	as a result of separation of the title by registered plan of subdivision, or
(iii)	by instrument or any other method,
except where the subdivision of the parcel is from a previously 
unsubdivided quarter section that is in use for farming purposes at the time 
of subdivision,
(b)	is redesignated, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, under the 
City of Fort Saskatchewan Land Use Bylaw to another designation, except 
where such redesignation is to provide for a development that forms part of 
the business operation being carried out on the land prior to January 1, 2020, 
or
(c)	is connected, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, to water or 
sanitary sewer services provided by the City of Fort Saskatchewan, except 
for the Point Aux Pins Estates subdivision in Plan 7521001,
subsection (1) ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion 
of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(3)  After subsection (1) ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation 
year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the same manner as other 
property of the same assessment class in the City of Fort Saskatchewan is assessed 
and taxed.
5   For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and subsequent years, the assessor for the City 
of Fort Saskatchewan must assess the annexed land and the assessable improvements 
to it.
6   The City of Fort Saskatchewan shall pay to Strathcona County the sum of 
$541 000 on or before July 1, 2020. 
Schedule 1
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM 
STRATHCONA COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF  
FORT SASKATCHEWAN
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE EAST HALF OF SECTION FOURTEEN (14), 
TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-THREE (23), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN WHICH LIES TO THE EAST OF THE RIGHT BANK 
OF THE NORTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER.
SECTION THIRTEEN (13), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-
THREE (23), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN INCLUDING PLAN 487 
TR, AND INCLUDING THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH-SOUTH ROAD 
ADJACENT TO THE WEST SIDE OF SAID SECTION LYING NORTH OF THE 
PROJECTION WEST OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 487 TR.  
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-FOUR 
(24), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-THREE (23), WEST OF 
THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE CITY OF FORT 
SASKATCHEWAN.
SECTION EIGHTEEN (18), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-
TWO (22), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF SECTION SEVENTEEN (17), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-
FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) 
MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF PIPELINE 
RIGHT OF WAY PLAN NO. 192 0122 EXCLUDING THAT PORTION OF SAID 
SECTION LYING EAST OF THE WEST BOUNDARY OF PIPELINE RIGHT OF 
WAY PLAN NO. 822 1180 AND EXCLUDING ALL THAT PORTION OF THE 
EAST-WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE ADJACENT TO SOUTH SIDE OF SAID 
SECTION LYING EAST OF A LINE PROJECTED SOUTH FROM THE 
INTERSECTION POINT OF THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF PIPELINE RIGHT 
OF WAY PLAN NO. 192 0122 AND THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID EAST-
WEST ROAD ALLOWANCE.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
SIXTEEN (16), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), 
WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE WESTERN 
BOUNDARY OF PIPELINE RIGHT OF WAY 792 1434 AND NORTH OF THE 
NORTH BOUNDARY OF PIPELINE RIGHT OF WAY 822 1180 AND 
EXCLUDING THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH-SOUTH ROAD ALLOWANCE 
ADJACENT TO THE WEST SIDE OF SAID QUARTER SECTION LYING 
SOUTH OF THE PROJECTION WEST OF THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF 
PIPELINE RIGHT OF WAY 822 1180.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY (20), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), 
WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE CITY OF FORT 
SASKATCHEWAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE WEST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), 
TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF 
PIPELINE RIGHT OF WAY 792 1434. 
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-EIGHT (28), 
TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), WEST OF THE 
FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY NINE (29), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FOUR (54), RANGE TWENTY-TWO 
(22), WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE CITY OF 
FORT SASKATCHEWAN. 
Schedule 2
SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREAS 
SEPARATED FROM STRATHCONA COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO  
THE CITY OF FORT SASKATCHEWAN
 
O.C. 275/2019
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	December 3, 2019
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Order Annexing Land from the 
Municipal District of Taber to the Town of Taber set out in the attached 
Appendix.
Jason Kenney, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER ANNEXING LAND FROM  
THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF TABER TO THE TOWN OF TABER
1   In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Schedule 1 and shown 
on the sketch in Schedule 2.
2   Effective January 1, 2020, the land described in Schedule 1 and shown on the 
sketch in Schedule 2 is separated from the Municipal District of Taber and annexed to 
the Town of Taber.
3   Any taxes owing to the Municipal District of Taber at the end of December 31, 
2019 in respect of the annexed land and any assessable improvements to it are 
transferred to and become payable to the Town of Taber together with any lawful 
penalties and costs levied in respect of those taxes, and the Town of Taber on 
collecting those taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to the Municipal District of 
Taber. 
4(1)  For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and in each subsequent year up to and 
including 2054, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Town of Taber on the same basis as if they had 
remained in the Municipal District of Taber, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Taber in respect of each assessment class that 
applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it using the 
tax rate established by the Municipal District of Taber for property of the 
same assessment class.
(2)  Where in 2020 or any subsequent taxation year up to and including 2054 a 
portion of the annexed land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created at the request of or on behalf of the 
landowner
(i)	as a result of subdivision,
(ii)	as a result of separation of the title by registered plan of subdivision, or
(iii)	by instrument or any other method,
except where the new parcel of land is created from a parcel of land existing 
before January 1, 2020,
(b)	is redesignated, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, under the 
Town of Taber Land Use Bylaw to another designation, or
(c)	is connected, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, to water or 
sanitary sewer services provided by the Town of Taber,
subsection (1) ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion 
of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(3)  After subsection (1) ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation 
year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the same manner as other 
property of the same assessment class in the Town of Taber is assessed and taxed.
5   For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and subsequent years, the assessor for the 
Town of Taber must assess the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
6   The Town of Taber shall pay to the Municipal District of Taber
(a)	$92 290.35 on or before July 1, 2020,
(b)	$83 061.32 on or before July 1, 2021,
(c)	$73 832.28 on or before July 1, 2022,
(d)	$64 603.25 on or before July 1, 2023,
(e)	$55 374.21 on or before July 1, 2024,
(f)	$46 145.18 on or before July 1, 2025,
(g)	$36 916.14 on or before July 1, 2026,
(h)	$27 687.11 on or before July 1, 2027,
(i)	$18 458.07 on or before July 1, 2028, and
(j)	$9 229.04 on or before July 1, 2029.
7   Notwithstanding any other provision in this Order, title to the property described 
as "that portion of the northeast quarter, southeast quarter, and southwest quarter of 
section twelve (12), township ten (10), range seventeen (17) west of the fourth (4) 
meridian as shown as right of way on plan attached to transfer 104 AU" shall remain 
vested in the Municipal District of Taber and shall not transfer to the Town of Taber 
as a result of this Order. 
Schedule 1
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM  
THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF TABER AND ANNEXED TO  
THE TOWN OF TABER
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION TWELVE (12), 
TOWNSHIP TEN (10), RANGE SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) 
MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH OF THE BELLY RIVER EXCLUDING PLAN 021 
1822 AND EXCLUDING PLAN 1692 JK AND EXCLUDING ALL THAT 
PORTION OF SAID LEGAL SUBDIVISIONS NINE (9) AND SIXTEEN (16) OF 
SAID HALF SECTION LYING EAST OF A LINE DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LEGAL 
SUBDIVISION NINE (9) OF SAID HALF SECTION,
THENCE NORTH ALONG THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID HALF 
SECTION TO A POST FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX (456) FEET, 
THENCE NORTH FIFTY-THREE (53) DEGREES FIFTY-SIX (56) MINUTES 
WEST THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY (370) FEET MORE OR LESS TO 
A POST,
THENCE NORTH TWENTY-SIX (26) DEGREES FORTY-TWO (42) 
MINUTES TO THE SOUTH BANK OF SAID BELLY RIVER.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION TWELVE (12), 
TOWNSHIP TEN (10), RANGE SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) 
MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH OF THE BELLY RIVER INCLUDING THAT 
PORTION OF PLAN 021 1822 ON THE NORTH SIDE OF SAID HALF SECTION 
LYING SOUTH OF THE PROJECTION WEST OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF 
BLOCK 2, PLAN 7808 AI.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION ELEVEN 
(11), TOWNSHIP TEN (10), RANGE SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
(4) MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH OF THE BELLY RIVER.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION TWO (2), 
TOWNSHIP TEN (10), RANGE SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) 
MERIDIAN DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
FIRSTLY:  THE EAST THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY (330) FEET OF 
LEGAL SUBDIVISION SIXTEEN (16), AND 
SECONDLY:  THE WEST THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEET (330) OF 
THE EAST SIX HUNDRED AND SIXTY (660) FEET OF THE NORTH SIX 
HUNDRED AND SIXTY (660) FEET OF LEGAL SUBDIVISION SIXTEEN (16).
THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION ONE (1), TOWNSHIP TEN (10), RANGE 
SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING 
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE ORIGINAL NORTH-SOUTH ROAD 
ALLOWANCE ADJACENT TO THE WEST OF SAID HALF SECTION.  
ALL THAT PORTION OF LEGAL SUBDIVISION FIVE (5) AND THE NORTH 
HALF OF LEGAL SUBDIVISION SIX (6) OF SECTION ONE (1), TOWNSHIP 
TEN (10) RANGE SEVENTEEN (17) WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN 
INCLUDING THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH-SOUTH ROAD ALLOWANCE 
ADJACENT TO THE WEST SIDE OF LEGAL SUBDIVISION FIVE (5). 
Schedule 2
SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREAS 
SEPARATED FROM THE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF TABER AND 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF TABER
 
O.C. 276/2019
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	December 3, 2019
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Order Annexing Land from 
Woodlands County to the Town of Whitecourt set out in the attached Appendix.
Jason Kenney, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER ANNEXING LAND FROM WOODLANDS COUNTY  
TO THE TOWN OF WHITECOURT
1   In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Schedule 1 and shown 
on the sketch in Schedule 2.
2   Effective January 1, 2020, the land described in Schedule 1 and shown on the 
sketch in Schedule 2 is separated from Woodlands County and annexed to the Town 
of Whitecourt.
3   Any taxes owing to Woodlands County at the end of December 31, 2019 in respect 
of the annexed land and any assessable improvements to it are transferred to and 
become payable to the Town of Whitecourt together with any lawful penalties and 
costs levied in respect of those taxes, and the Town of Whitecourt on collecting those 
taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to Woodlands County.
4(1)  For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and in each subsequent year up to and 
including 2034, the annexed land and assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed on the same basis as if they had remained in Woodlands 
County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Whitecourt in respect of each assessment 
class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
using the tax rate established by Woodlands County for property of the same 
assessment class. 
(2)  Where in 2020 or any subsequent taxation year up to and including 2034 a 
portion of the annexed land becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of 
subdivision or separation of the title by registered plan of subdivision or by 
instrument or any other method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the 
landowner, subsection (1) ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of 
that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(3)  After subsection (1) ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation 
year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the same manner as other 
property of the same assessment class in the Town of Whitecourt is assessed and 
taxed.
5   For the purpose of taxation in 2021 and subsequent years, the assessor for the 
Town of Whitecourt must assess the annexed land and the assessable improvements 
to it.
Schedule 1
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED  
FROM WOODLANDS COUNTY AND ANNEXED  
TO THE TOWN OF WHITECOURT
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION TWO (2), 
TOWNSHIP SIXTY (60), RANGE TWELVE (12) WEST OF THE FIFTH (5) 
MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH AND EAST OF THE ATHABASCA RIVER.
ALL THAT PORTION OF SECTION ONE (1), TOWNSHIP SIXTY (60), RANGE 
TWELVE (12) WEST OF THE FIFTH (5) MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH AND EAST 
OF THE ATHABASCA RIVER.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE WEST HALF OF SECTION SIX (6), TOWNSHIP 
SIXTY (60), RANGE ELEVEN (11) WEST OF THE FIFTH (5) MERIDIAN 
LYING SOUTH OF THE ATHABASCA RIVER. 
Schedule 2
SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREAS 
SEPARATED FROM WOODLANDS COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO  
THE TOWN OF WHITECOURT
 
O.C. 277/2019
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Lois Mitchell 
Lieutenant Governor.	December 3, 2019
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Order Annexing Land from 
Flagstaff County to the Village of Forestburg set out in the attached Appendix.
Jason Kenney, Chair.
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APPENDIX
ORDER ANNEXING LAND FROM FLAGSTAFF COUNTY 
TO THE VILLAGE OF FORESTBURG
1   In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Schedule 1 and shown 
on the sketch in Schedule 2.
2   Effective January 1, 2020, the land described in Schedule 1 and shown on the 
sketch in Schedule 2 is separated from Flagstaff County and annexed to the Village of 
Forestburg.
3   Any taxes owing to Flagstaff County at the end of December 31, 2019 in respect 
of the annexed land and any assessable improvements to it are transferred to and 
become payable to the Village of Forestburg together with any lawful penalties and 
costs levied in respect of those taxes, and the Village of Forestburg on collecting 
those taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to Flagstaff County.
4(1)  For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and in each subsequent year up to and 
including 2044, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Village of Forestburg on the same basis as if they 
had remained in Flagstaff County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Village of Forestburg in respect of each assessment 
class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
using
(i)	the municipal tax rate established by Flagstaff County, or
(ii)	the municipal tax rate established by the Village of Forestburg, 
whichever is lower, for property of the same assessment class.
(2)  Where in 2020 or any subsequent taxation year up to and including 2044 a 
portion of the annexed land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created at the request of or on behalf of the 
landowner
(i)	as a result of subdivision,
(ii)	as a result of separation of the title by registered plan of subdivision, or
(iii)	by instrument or any other method,
except where the subdivision of the parcel is from a previously 
unsubdivided quarter section that is in use for farming purposes at the time 
of subdivision,
(b)	becomes a residual portion of 16 hectares or less as the result of the creation 
of a new parcel referred to in clause (a),
(c)	is redesignated, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, under the 
Village of Forestburg Land Use Bylaw to another designation other than 
agricultural or urban reserve, or
(d)	is connected, at the request of or on behalf of the landowner, to water or 
sanitary sewer services provided by the Village of Forestburg,
subsection (1) ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion 
of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(3)  After subsection (1) ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation 
year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the same manner as other 
property of the same assessment class in the Village of Forestburg is assessed and 
taxed.
5   For the purpose of taxation in 2020 and subsequent years, the assessor for the 
Village of Forestburg must assess the annexed land and the assessable improvements 
to it. 
Schedule 1
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED  
FROM FLAGSTAFF COUNTY AND ANNEXED  
TO THE VILLAGE OF FORESTBURG
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP FORTY-ONE (41), RANGE FIFTEEN (15) 
WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF 
FORESTBURG EXCLUDING THAT PORTION OF SAID QUARTER SECTION 
LYING NORTH OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 822 1083 AND WEST 
OF THE PROJECTION SOUTH OF THE WEST BOUNDARY OF PLAN 5263 RS.  
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP FORTY-ONE (41), RANGE FIFTEEN (15) 
WEST OF THE FOURTH (4) MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH OF THE SOUTH 
BOUNDARY OF PLAN 822083 AND EXCLUDING THE NORTH-SOUTH ROAD 
ALLOWANCE ADJACENT TO THE WEST SIDE OF SAID QUARTER 
SECTION.  
PLAN 8221943.
Schedule 2
SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREAS 
SEPARATED FROM FLAGSTAFF COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO  
THE VILLAGE OF FORESTBURG
 
 
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Forestry
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0021 935 201
S.E. 7-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +1
0021 935 185
N.E. 7-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +1
0021 935 235
N.W. 8-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +13
0027 210 202
N.E. 8-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +13
0021 939 054
S.E. 9-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +15
0027 210 236
N.W. 9-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +16
0021 935 268
N.E. 9-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +16
0021 931 308
S.E. 22-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +8
0021 971 197
S.W. 22-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +9
0021 933 221
N.W. 22-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +6
0035 679 265
N.E. 22-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +6
0021 935 193
S.W. 7-21-24-W4M
181 080 679 +1
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
 
On behalf of the St. Mary River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the 
Irrigation Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar 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
0012 643 763
4;17;4;16;NW
901 030 170
0012 367 257
4;17;4;17;NE
971 135 433
0022 391 379
4;17;4;20;SE
891 061 720 C
0012 622 510
4;9;12;30;NW
061 323 351 +1
0022 766 050
4;11;10;1;SE
091 303 477 +1
0022 764 765
4;11;10;1;SW
091 303 477
0022 708 432
4;12;9;26;SW
191 038 971
0013 204 821
4;17;9;11;SW
191 052 408
0013 639 091
4;10;12;24;SE
191 094 131
0028 661 825
4;20;8;15;SE
001 349 482 +3
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the St. Mary River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
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On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar of Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
appropriate notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0014 696 322
4;25;26;19;SW
901 214 184 002
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
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
0038 289 237
1910652;1;2
191 228 318
0037 392 867
1612644;1;1
191 226 350 +1
0038 454 245
1912003;2;1
191 220 087
0021 997 176
4;23;26;30;SW
111 063 176
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.
Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women
Decision on Geographical Names
(Historical Resources Act)
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 18, Subsection 3 of the Historical 
Resources Act the following decisions on geographical names were duly authorized 
on November 1, 2019.
APPROVED
NTS Map Sheet 73 L/13 - Lac La Biche
Maccagno Island (island)
Located at: 
LSD 6, Sec.27, Twp. 67, Rge. 13, West of the 4th Meridian 
(54ø 49' 37.55" N & 111ø 54' 10.66" W) 
A small island in Lac la Biche and within Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park, 
approximately eight kilometres northeast of the hamlet of Lac La Biche.
The name commemorates Thomas R. "Tom" Maccagno (1939-2012). Mr. Maccagno 
served his community as Mayor of Lac La Biche (1990-1995), Member of the 
Lakeland Park Advisory Committee, Member of the Airmen's Memorial Cairns 
Committee, President of the Lac La Biche Mission Historical Society, Member of the 
Lac La Biche Bicentennial Committee, and President of the Lac La Biche Birding 
Society. He was instrumental in the designation of Portage La Biche as a Provincial 
Historic Resource and the expansion of Sir Winston Churchill Park to include all of 
the islands in Lac La Biche. He received an Alberta Achievement Award for 
Preservation and Conservation (1983), an Emerald Award (1998), Canada's 
Recreational Fisheries Award (2002), the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal 
(2002), the Canadian Environmental Conservation Gold Award (2003), and the Royal 
Canadian Legion McGrane Branch No.28 Certificate of Appreciation (2008). He was 
also a Honourary Elder of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation (2008). The proposed name 
satisfies the requirements for commemorative naming in Alberta.
Signed 14th day of June, A.D. 2019
J. Make Motapanyane, Chair 
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
Signed 1st day of November, A.D. 2019
Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister 
Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women
 
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1676 
MO 16/19 
I, Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women, 
pursuant to Section 19(8) of the Historical Resources Act, HEREBY RESCIND in 
its entirety the Ministerial Order designating the Parson's Residence a Registered 
Historic Resource and registered in the Alberta Land Titles office as instrument 
932 163 346.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, October 30, 2019.
Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister.
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2372 
MO 17/19 
I, Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women, 
pursuant to section 20(1) of the Historical Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, hereby:
1.	Designate the site known as the:
Mile 58 Forestry Cabin, together with the portion of land as shown on 
Attachment "A" and within the lands legally described as:
Legal Subdivision 2 
Section 25 
Township 52 
Range 6 
Meridian 6  
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in Willmore Wilderness Park, 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, November 18, 2019.
Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister.
Attachment "A"
 

 
Education
Ministerial Order No. 044/2019
(Education Act) 
(Superintendent of Schools Regulation)
    I, Adriana LaGrange, Minister of Education, pursuant to section 11(1)(b) of the 
Superintendent of Schools Regulation, A.R. 98/2019, make The Fort McMurray 
School Division and The Fort McMurray Roman Catholic Separate School Division 
Superintendent of Schools Compensation Framework Modification Order in the 
attached Appendix.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, December 11, 2019.
Adriana LaGrange, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Fort McMurray School Division and The Fort McMurray  
Roman Catholic Separate School Division Superintendent of Schools  
Compensation Framework Modification Order
1	Pursuant to section 11(1)(b) of the Superintendent of Schools Regulation, 
(Regulation) I hereby modify section 8(2) of the Regulation in respect of The 
Board of Trustees of Fort McMurray School Division and The Board of Trustees 
of Fort McMurray Roman Catholic Separate School Division to authorize 
payment of the Fort McMurray Allowance to their respective superintendents, in 
an amount calculated and determined in accordance with the terms and 
conditions of the Funding Manual for School Authorities, in effect during the 
term of the respective superintendent's contract of employment.
2	This Order is effective on date of signing.

 
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 - Countess Basal Quartz 
Agreement No. 2" and that the Unit became effective on June 1, 2019.
 
 
 


 
Justice and Solicitor General
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 
Cassidy Laine Unger
$1,933.17
Funds held in 
cash by Public 
Trustee
-
C033504
Kerry Lynn Courtney
$1,273.05
Funds held in 
cash by Public 
Trustee
Courtney, Edward Roy 
Lynn
Judicial District of 
Lethbridge/Macleod
Court File Number: 
Q0006 01069
C042369
Hazel Lynn Durrant
$2.00
Funds held in 
cash by Public 
Trustee
Durrant, Pansy Florrie 
Stella
Judicial District of 
Calgary
Court File Number: 01 
094643
C042575
Ernie Robert Dombrowski
$15,614.37
Funds held in 
cash by Public 
Trustee
Dombrowski, Lawrence 
Alton
Judicial District of 
Calgary
Court File Number: 
110065
C050604

 
Safety Codes Council
Joint Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Erratum
The following notice, which was published in the November 30, 2019 issue of the 
Alberta Gazette, contained an error. It should have read as follows:
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Flagstaff County, Town of Daysland, Town of Hardisty, Town of Killam, Town 
of Sedgewick, Village of Alliance, Village of Forestburg, Village of Heisler, 
Village of Lougheed, Accreditation No. J000113, Order No. 0344, Accredited Date: 
November 9, 1995
Sturgeon County, Town of Bon Accord, Town of Gibbons, Town of Legal, Town 
of Redwater, Accreditation No. J000122, Order No. 0373, Accredited Date: 
November 24, 1995
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments 
and regulations for Building
Consisting of all parts of the National Building Code - 2019 Alberta Edition, and the 
National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2015 as amended from time to time.
		Issued Date: November 1, 2019.
Municipal Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of St. Paul, Accreditation No. M000138, Order No. 2559
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments 
and regulations for Building
Consisting of all parts of the National Building Code - 2019 Alberta Edition, and the 
National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2015 as amended from time to time.
Accredited Date: December 20, 1995	Issued Date: December 4, 2019.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of St. Paul, Accreditation No. M000138, Order No. 2560
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments 
and regulations for Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 as amended from time 
to time.
Accredited Date: January 15, 1996	Issued Date: December 4, 2019.
______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of St. Paul, Accreditation No. M000138, Order No. 2562
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments 
and regulations for Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installations Code, Propane 
Storage and Handling Code, and Compressed Natural Gas Fuelling Stations 
Installation Code as amended from time to time. Excluding the Installation Code for 
Propane Fuel Systems and Tanks on Highway Vehicles and the Natural Gas for 
Vehicles Installation Code Compressed Natural Gas.
Accredited Date: December 20, 1995	Issued Date: December 4, 2019.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of St. Paul, Accreditation No. M000138, Order No. 2563
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments 
and regulations for Plumbing
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code of Canada, and Alberta Private 
Sewage Systems Standard of Practice as amended from time to time.
Accredited Date: December 20, 1995	Issued Date: December 4, 2019. 
_______________
Erratum
The following notice, which was published in the November 30, 2019 issue of the 
Alberta Gazette, contained an error. It should have read as follows:
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
City of St. Albert, Accreditation No. M000178, Order No. 0638, Accredited Date: 
November 1, 1996
Town of Vegreville, Accreditation No. M000190, Order No. 0617, Accredited Date: 
April 25, 1997
Town of Athabasca, Accreditation No. M000191, Order No. 1208, Accredited Date: 
June 10, 2000
Town of Banff, Accreditation No. M000396, Order No. 0542, Accredited Date: 
December 19, 1995
Cardston County, Accreditation No. M000419, Order No. 2671, Accredited Date: 
December 11, 2008
Paddle Prairie M‚tis Settlement, Accreditation No. M000430, Order No. 0788, 
Accredited Date: April 9, 1996
Buffalo Lake M‚tis Settlement, Accreditation No. M000434, Order No. 2772, 
Accredited Date: June 21, 1996
Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17, Accreditation No. M000440, Order 
No. 2690, Accredited Date: June 22, 2009
Lethbridge County, Accreditation No. M000442, Order No. 3043, Accredited Date: 
July 17, 2017
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments 
and regulations for Building
Consisting of all parts of the National Building Code - 2019 Alberta Edition, and the 
National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2015 as amended from time to time.
		Issued Date: November 1, 2019.
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 September 11, 2019 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 3.4(1) is amended by deleting ", including understanding the 
structure, features and risks of each security the individual recommends".
3.	Section 3.16 is amended:
(a)	in paragraph (1)(b) by adding "determination" after "suitability", and
(b)	in paragraph (2)(a) by adding "determination" after "suitability".
4.	Paragraph 8.16(3)(b) is amended by replacing subparagraph (iii) with the 
following:
(iii)	in Alberta, section 10 or 11 of Alberta Securities Commission 
Rule 72-501 Distributions to Purchasers Outside Alberta..
5.	Subsection 9.3(1) is amended:
(a)	in paragraph (j) by adding "determination" after "suitability",
(b)	by adding the following paragraph:
(j.1)	section 13.3.1 [waivers];, and
(c)	in paragraph (k) by replacing "lending to clients" with "borrowing 
from, or lending to, clients".
6.	Subsection 9.3(2) is amended:
(a)	in paragraph (e) by adding "determination" after "suitability",
(b)	by adding the following paragraph:
(e.1)	section 13.3.1 [waivers];, and
(c)	in paragraph (f) by replacing "lending to clients" with "borrowing from, 
or lending to, clients".
7.	Subsection 9.4(1) is amended:
(a)	in paragraph (i) by adding "determination" after "suitability", 
(b)	by adding the following paragraph:
(i.1)	section 13.3.1 [waivers];, and
(c)	in paragraph (j) by replacing "lending to clients" with "borrowing from, 
or lending to, clients".
8.	Section 9.4 is amended by adding the following subsections:
(1.2)	In Qu‚bec, the requirements listed in paragraphs (a) to (g), paragraphs (i) 
to (m) and paragraphs (p.1) to (x) of subsection (1) do not apply to a 
mutual funder dealer to the extent equivalent requirements to those listed 
in these subparagraphs are applicable to the mutual fund dealer under the 
regulations in Qu‚bec.
(1.3)	Despite subsections (1) and (2), in Qu‚bec, only the exemptions from the 
requirements specified in paragraphs (m.2), (m.3), (n), (n.1) and (n.2) of 
subsection (1) apply to a mutual fund dealer that is a member of the 
MFDA if the mutual fund dealer complies with the corresponding MFDA 
provisions that are in effect..
9.	Subsection 9.4(2) is amended:
(a)	in paragraph (c) by adding "determination" after "suitability",
(b)	by adding the following paragraph:
(c.1)	section 13.3.1 [waivers];, and
(c)	in paragraph (d) by replacing "lending to clients" with "borrowing 
from, or lending to, clients". 
10.	Subsection 9.4(3) is repealed.
11.	Subsection 9.4(4) is repealed.
12.	The heading of section 11.1 is amended by adding "and training" after 
"Compliance system".  
13.	Section 11.1 is amended:
(a)	by renumbering it as subsection 11.1(1), and
(b)	by adding the following subsection:
(2)	A registered firm must provide training to its registered 
individuals on compliance with securities legislation including, 
without limitation, the obligations under sections 13.2, 13.2.1, 
13.3, 13.4 and 13.4.1..
14.	Subsection 11.5(2) is amended:
(a)	by replacing paragraph (l) with the following:
(l)	demonstrate compliance with sections 13.2 [know your client], 
13.2.1 [know your product] and 13.3 [suitability determination];,
(b)	by replacing paragraph (o) with the following:
(o)	document compliance, training and supervision actions taken by 
the firm;, and
(c)	by adding the following paragraphs:
(p)	demonstrate compliance with Part 13, Division 2 [conflicts of 
interest];
(q)	document 
(i)	the firm's sales practices, compensation arrangements and 
incentive practices, and
(ii)	other compensation arrangements and incentive practices 
from which the firm or its registered individuals, or any 
affiliate or associate of that firm, benefit; 
(r)	demonstrate compliance with section 13.18 [misleading 
communications]..
15.	The title of Part 13, Division 1, is amended:
(a)	by adding ", know your product" after "Know your client", and
(b)	by adding "determination" after "suitability".
16.	Section 13.2 is amended: 
(a)	in subsection (1) by replacing "2" with "(2)" ,
(b)	by replacing paragraph (2)(c) with the following: 
(c)	ensure that it has sufficient information regarding all of the 
following to enable it to meet its obligations under section 13.3 
[suitability determination] or, if applicable, the suitability 
requirement imposed by an SRO: 
(i)	the client's personal circumstances;
(ii)	the client's financial circumstances;
(iii)	the client's investment needs and objectives;
(iv)	the client's investment knowledge;
(v)	the client's risk profile;
(vi)	the client's investment time horizon, and,
(c)	by adding the following subsection:
(3.1)	Within a reasonable time after receiving the information, a 
registrant must take reasonable steps to have a client confirm the 
accuracy of the information collected under subsection (2).,
(d)	by replacing subsection (4) with the following: 
(4)	A registrant must 	take reasonable steps to keep current the 
information required under this section, including updating the 
information within a reasonable time after the registrant becomes 
aware of a significant change in the client's information required 
under this section.,
(e)	by adding the following subsection:
(4.1)	A registrant must review the information collected under 
paragraph (2)(c) 
(a)	for managed accounts, no less frequently than once every 
12 months,
(b)	if the registrant is an exempt market dealer, within 12 
months before making a trade for, or recommending a 
trade to, the client, and
(c)	in any other case, no less frequently than once every 36 
months.,
(f)	by replacing subsection (6) with the following:
(6)	Paragraph (2)(b) does not apply to a registrant in respect of a 
client for which the registrant only trades securities referred to in 
paragraphs 7.1(2)(b) and (2)(c)., and
(g)	by replacing subsection (7) with the following:
(7)	Paragraph (2)(c) and subsection (4.1) do not apply to a registered 
dealer in respect of a client if the registered dealer purchases or 
sells securities for the client only as directed by a registered 
adviser acting for the client..
17.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section:
13.2.1	Know your product
(1)	A registered firm must not make securities available to clients 
unless the firm has taken reasonable steps to:
(a)	assess the relevant aspects of the securities, including the 
securities' structure, features, risks, initial and ongoing 
costs and the impact of those costs,
(b)	approve the securities to be made available to clients, and
(c)	monitor the securities for significant changes. 
(2)	A registered individual must not purchase or sell securities for, or 
recommend securities to, a client unless the registered individual 
takes steps to understand the securities, including the securities' 
structure, features, risks, initial and ongoing costs and the impact 
of those costs.
(2.1)	For purposes of subsection (2), the steps required to understand 
the security are those that are reasonable to enable the registered 
individual to meet their obligations under section 13.3 [suitability 
determination].
(3)	A registered individual must not purchase securities for, or 
recommend securities to, a client unless the securities have been 
approved by the firm to be made available to clients. 
(4)	This section does not apply to a registered dealer in respect of a 
security if it purchases or sells the security for a client only as 
directed by a registered adviser acting for the client..
18.	Section 13.3 is amended: 
(a)	by replacing subsection (1) with the following:
(1)	Before a registrant opens an account for a client, purchases, sells, 
deposits, exchanges or transfers securities for a client's account, 
takes any other investment action for a client, makes a 
recommendation or exercises discretion to take any such action, 
the registrant must determine, on a reasonable basis, that the 
action satisfies the following criteria:
(a)	the action is suitable for the client, based on the following 
factors:
(i)	the client's information collected in accordance 
with section 13.2 [know your client]; 
(ii)	the registrant's assessment or understanding of the 
security consistent with section 13.2.1 [know your 
product]; 
(iii)	the impact of the action on the client's account, 
including the concentration of securities within the 
account and the liquidity of those securities; 
(iv)	the potential and actual impact of costs on the 
client's return on investment; 
(v)	a reasonable range of alternative actions available 
to the registrant through the registered firm, at the 
time the determination is made; 
(b)	the action puts the client's interest first.,
(b)	by replacing subsection (2) with the following:
(2)	A registrant must review a client's account and the securities in 
the client's account to determine whether the criteria in subsection 
(1) are met, and take reasonable steps, within a reasonable time, 
after any of the following events:
(a)	a registered individual is designated as responsible for the 
client's account;
(b)	the registrant becomes aware of a change in a security in 
the client's account that could result in the security or 
account not satisfying subsection (1);
(c)	the registrant becomes aware of a change in the client's 
information collected in accordance with subsection 
13.2(2) that could result in a security or the client's 
account not satisfying subsection (1);
(d)	the registrant reviews the client's information in 
accordance with subsection 13.2(4.1).,
(c)	by adding the following subsection:
(2.1)	Despite subsection (1), if a registrant receives an instruction from 
a client to take an action that, if taken, does not satisfy subsection 
(1), the registrant may carry out the client's instruction if the 
registrant has
(a)	informed the client of the basis for the determination that 
the action will not satisfy subsection (1),
(b)	recommended to the client an alternative action that 
satisfies subsection (1), and
(c)	received recorded confirmation of the client's instruction 
to proceed with the action despite the determination 
referred to in paragraph (a)., and
(d)	by replacing subsection (4) with the following:
(4)	This section does not apply to a registered dealer in respect of a 
client if it purchases or sells securities for the client only as 
directed by a registered adviser acting for the client.. 
19.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following section:
13.3.1	Waivers
(1)	Paragraph 13.2(2)(c), subsection 13.2(4.1), and section 13.3 do 
not apply to a registrant in respect of a permitted client if
(a)	the client is not an individual, and
(b)	the client has requested, in writing, that the registrant not 
make suitability determinations for the client's account.
(2)	Paragraph 13.2(2)(c), subsection 13.2(4.1), and section 13.3 do 
not apply to a registrant in respect of a permitted client if
(a)	the client is an individual,
(b)	the client has requested, in writing, that the registrant not 
make suitability determinations for the client's account, 
and
(c)	the client's account is not a managed account..
20.	The heading of section 13.4 is amended by replacing "Identifying and 
responding to conflicts of interest" with "Identifying, addressing and 
disclosing material conflicts of interest - registered firm".
21.	Section 13.4 is replaced with the following: 
13.4	Identifying, addressing and disclosing material conflicts of interest - 
registered firm
(1)	A registered firm must take reasonable steps to identify existing 
material conflicts of interest, and material conflicts of interest that 
are reasonably foreseeable, 
(a)	between the firm and the client, and
(b)	between each individual acting on the firm's behalf and 
the client.
(2)	A registered firm must address all material conflicts of interest 
between a client and itself, including each individual acting on its 
behalf, in the best interest of the client.
(3)	A registered firm must avoid any material conflict of interest 
between a client and the firm, including each individual acting on 
its behalf, if the conflict is not, or cannot be, otherwise addressed 
in the best interest of the client.
(4)	A registered firm must disclose in writing all material conflicts of 
interest identified under subsection (1) to a client whose interests 
are affected by the conflicts of interest if a reasonable client would 
expect to be informed of those conflicts of interest.
(5)	Without limiting subsection (4), the information required to be 
delivered to a client under that subsection must include a 
description of each of the following:
(a)	the nature and extent of the conflict of interest;
(b)	the potential impact on and risk that the conflict of interest 
could pose to the client; 
(c)	how the conflict of interest has been, or will be, addressed.
(6)	The disclosure required under subsection (4) must be presented in 
a manner that, to a reasonable person, is prominent, specific, and 
written in plain language.
(7)	A registered firm must disclose a conflict of interest to a client 
under subsection (4) 
(a)	before opening an account for the client if the conflict has 
been identified at that time, or
(b)	in a timely manner, upon identification of a conflict that 
must be disclosed under subsection (4) that has not 
previously been disclosed to the client.
(8)	For greater certainty, a registrant does not satisfy subsection (2) or 
subsection 13.4.1(3) solely by providing disclosure to the client..
22.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following sections:
13.4.1	Identifying, reporting and addressing material conflicts of interest - 
registered individual
(1)	A registered individual must take reasonable steps to identify 
existing material conflicts of interest, and material conflicts of 
interest that are reasonably foreseeable, between the registered 
individual and the client. 
(2)	If a registered individual identifies a material conflict of interest 
under subsection (1), the registered individual must promptly 
report that conflict of interest to the registered individual's 
sponsoring firm.
(3)	A registered individual must address all material conflicts of 
interest between the client and the individual in the best interest of 
the client.
(4)	A registered individual must avoid any material conflict of interest 
between a client and the registered individual if the conflict is not, 
or cannot be, otherwise addressed in the best interest of the client.
(5)	A registered individual must not engage in any trading or advising 
activity in connection with a material conflict of interest identified 
by the registered individual under subsection (1) unless 
(a)	the conflict has been addressed in the best interest of the 
client, and
(b)	the registered individual's sponsoring firm has given the 
registered individual its consent to proceed with the 
activity.
13.4.2	Investment fund managers
Sections 13.4 and 13.4.1 do not apply to an investment fund manager in 
respect of an investment fund that is subject to National Instrument 81-
107 Independent Review Committee for Investment Funds..
23.	Section 13.7 is amended: 
(a)	by replacing the definition of "referral arrangement" with the 
following:
"referral arrangement" means any arrangement in which a 
registrant agrees to provide or receive a referral fee to or from 
another person or company;, and
(b)	by replacing the definition of "referral fee" with the following:
"referral fee" means any benefit provided for the referral of a 
client to or from a registrant..
24.	Paragraph 13.8(c) is amended by replacing "registrant" with "registered firm".
25.	The title of Part 13, Division 4, is amended:
(a)	by replacing "Loans" with "Borrowing", and
(b)	by replacing "margin" with "lending".
26.	Section 13.12 is replaced with the following: 
13.12	Restriction on borrowing from, or lending to, clients
(1)	A registrant must not lend money, extend credit or provide margin 
to a client unless any of the following apply:
(a)	in the case of a loan, the registrant is an investment fund 
manager, and the money is loaned on a short-term basis to 
an investment fund it manages, if the loan is for the 
purpose of funding redemptions of the investment fund's 
securities or paying expenses incurred by the investment 
fund in the normal course of its business;
(b)	in the case of a registrant that is a registered firm, the 
client is 
(i)	a registered individual sponsored by the firm, 
(ii)	a permitted individual, as defined in National 
Instrument 33-109 Registration Information, of the 
firm, or 
(iii)	a director, officer, or employee of the firm;
(c)	in the case of a registrant that is a registered individual, 
both of the following apply:
(i)	the client and the registered individual are related 
to each other for the purposes of the Income Tax 
Act (Canada);
(ii)	the registered individual has obtained the written 
approval of the registered individual's sponsoring 
firm to lend the money, extend the credit or provide 
the margin.
(2)	A registered individual must not borrow money, securities or 
other assets or accept a guarantee in relation to borrowed money, 
securities or any other assets, from a client, unless either or both 
of the following apply:
(a)	the client is a financial institution whose business includes 
lending money to the public, and the loan to the registered 
individual is in the normal course of the financial 
institution's business; 
(b)	both of the following apply:
(i)	the client and the registered individual are related 
to each other for the purposes of the Income Tax 
Act (Canada);  
(ii)	the registered individual has obtained the written 
approval of the individual's sponsoring firm to 
borrow the money, securities or other assets or 
accept the guarantee..
27.	Subsection 13.17(1) is amended by deleting "requirements".
28.	Paragraph 13.17(1)(a) is replaced with the following:
(a)	division 2 [conflicts of interest] of Part 13, except section 13.5 
[restrictions on certain managed account transactions] and section 13.6 
[disclosure when recommending related or connected securities];.
29.	The Instrument is amended by adding the following division:
Division 7	Misleading communications 
13.18	Misleading communications
(1)	Registered individuals must not hold themselves out, and a 
registered firm must not hold itself or its registered individuals 
out, in a manner that could reasonably be expected to deceive or 
mislead any person or company as to any of the following matters:
(a)	the proficiency, experience, qualifications or category of 
registration of the registrant;
(b)	the nature of the person's relationship, or potential 
relationship, with the registrant;
(c)	the products or services provided, or to be provided, by the 
registrant.
(2)	For greater certainty, and without limiting subsection (1), a 
registered individual who interacts with clients must not use any 
of the following:
(a)	if based partly or entirely on that registered individual's 
sales activity or revenue generation, a title, designation, 
award, or recognition;
(b)	a corporate officer title, unless their sponsoring firm has 
appointed that registered individual to that corporate office 
pursuant to applicable corporate law;
(c)	if the individual's sponsoring firm has not approved the 
use by that registered individual of a title or designation, 
that title or designation..
30.	The heading of section 14.1.1 is amended by adding " - investment fund 
managers" after "Duty to provide information".  
31.	Section 14.2 is amended:
(a)	by adding the following subsection:
(0.1)	In this section, "proprietary product" means a security of an issuer 
if one or more of the following apply:
(a)	the issuer of the security is a connected issuer of the 
registered firm; 
(b)	the issuer of the security is a related issuer of the registered 
firm;
(c)	the registered firm or an affiliate of the registered firm is 
the investment fund manager or portfolio manager of the 
issuer of the security.,
(b)	by replacing paragraph (2)(b) with the following:
(b)	a general description of the products and services the 
registered firm will offer to the client, including 
(i)	a description of the restrictions on the client's 
ability to liquidate or resell a security, and
(ii)	a statement of the investment fund management 
expense fees or other ongoing fees the client may 
incur in connection with a security or service the 
registered firm provides;,
(c)	by adding the following paragraph in subsection (2):
(b.1)	a general description of any limits on the products and 
services the registered firm will offer to the client, 
including 
(i)	whether the firm will primarily or exclusively offer 
proprietary products to the client, and 
(ii)	whether there will be other limits on the 
availability of products or services;,
(d)	by replacing paragraph (2)(h) with the following:
(h)	a general description of any benefits received, or expected 
to be received, by the registrant, from a person or company 
other than the registrant's client, in connection with the 
client's purchase or ownership of a security through the 
registrant;,
(e)	by replacing paragraph (2)(k) with the following:
(k)	a statement that the registered firm must determine that 
any investment action it takes, recommends or decides on, 
for the client is suitable for the client and puts the client's 
interest first;,
(f)	by replacing paragraph (2)(l) with the following:
(l)	the information the registered firm has collected about the 
client under section 13.2 [know your client];,
(g)	in paragraph (n) by replacing "." with ";", and
(h)	by adding the following paragraph:
(o)	a general explanation of the potential impact on a client's 
investment returns from each of the fees described in 
subparagraph (b)(ii) and the charges described in 
paragraphs (f) and (g), including the effect of 
compounding over time..
32.	Subsection 14.2.1(1) is replaced with the following subsection:
(1)	Before a registered firm accepts an instruction from a client to purchase 
or sell a security in an account other than a managed account, the firm 
must disclose to the client
(a)	the charges the client will be required to pay in respect of the 
purchase or sale, or a reasonable estimate if the actual amount of 
the charges is not known to the firm at the time of disclosure,
(b)	in the case of a purchase to which deferred charges apply, that the 
client might be required to pay a deferred sales charge on the 
subsequent sale of the security and the fee schedule that will 
apply,
(c)	whether the firm will receive trailing commissions in respect of 
the security, and
(d)	whether there are any investment fund management expense fees 
or other ongoing fees that the client may incur in connection with 
the security..
33.	The chart in Appendix G is replaced with the following:
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 
determination]
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 13.3.1 [waivers]
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 
borrowing from, or 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 14.5.2 [restriction on 
self-custody and qualified 
custodian requirement]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.2A [Establishment and 
maintenance of adequate internal controls in 
accordance with Dealer Member Rule 2600];
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]
section 14.6 [client and 
investment fund assets held 
by a registered firm in trust]
1.	Dealer Member Rule 17.3
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.	Definitions of "acceptable counterparties", 
"acceptable institutions", "acceptable securities 
locations", "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.	Definitions of "acceptable counterparties", 
"acceptable institutions", "acceptable securities 
locations", "regulated entities", General Notes 
and Definitions to Form 1
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]
    
34.	The chart in Appendix H is replaced with the following:
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 
determination]
1.	Rule 2.2.1 ["Know-Your-Client"]; and
2.	Policy No. 2 [Minimum Standards for Account 
Supervision] 
section 13.3.1 [waivers]
1.	Rule 2.2.1 ["Know-Your-Client"]; and
2.	Policy No. 2 [Minimum Standards for Account 
Supervision]
section 13.12 [restriction on 
borrowing from, or 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 14.5.2 [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]
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]
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] 
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]
    .
35.	(1)	Provisions 8, 10 and 11 of this Instrument come into force on 
December 31, 2019.
(2)	The following provisions of this Instrument come into force on 
December 31, 2020:
(a)	provisions 20 to 28;
(b)	provisions 30 to 32.
(3)	All of the remaining provisions of this Instrument come into force on 
December 31, 2021.

 
Workers' Compensation Board
2020 Premium Rates 
Sector Index
(Workers' Compensation Act)
Rate  
Group
Industry
Industry Title
2020 
Premium 
Rate
Notes
Agriculture and Forestry
012100

Large Animal 
Producers/Handlers
$3.05


01200
Beef Producers
$3.05
Standard Pricing

01201
Feed Lots
$3.05
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

01202
Livestock Auctions/Stockyards
$3.05
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

01203
Dairy Farms
$3.05
Standard Pricing

01204
Elk/Bison Producers
$3.05
Standard Pricing

01205
Llama/Alpaca Producers
$3.05
Standard Pricing

01206
Riding Academies/Horse Stables
$3.05
Standard Pricing
014100

Small Animal 
Producers/Handlers
$1.80


01400
Hog Producers
$1.80
Standard Pricing

01401
Poultry/Egg Producers
$1.80
Standard Pricing

01402
Goat/Sheep Producers
$1.80
Standard Pricing

01403
Fishing/Fish or Fur Farms
$1.80
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

01404
Apiaries
$1.80
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
016100

Crop Production
$2.31


01600
Hay/Grain/Crop Farming
$2.31
Standard Pricing

01601
Harvesting/Baling - Custom
$2.31
Standard Pricing

01602
Forage/Peat Moss Processing
$2.31
Standard Pricing
018100

Greenhouses and Other Related 
Farming
$1.75


01800
Greenhouses/Market Gardens
$1.75
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

01801
Mushroom Producers/Bait Farms
$1.75
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

01802
Agri-Tourism Farms
$1.75
Standard Pricing
041100

Logging Operations/Timber 
Management
$3.59


03100
Logging/Woodland Operations
$3.59
Standard Pricing

03902
Timber Management
$3.59
Standard Pricing
Mining and Petroleum Development
063201

Mining/Cement and Lime - Mfg 
$1.78


06110
Mining/Overburden Removal
$1.78
Standard Pricing

34101
Cement/Lime including Quarrying - 
Mfg
$1.78
Standard Pricing
071100

Oil and Gas Producers
$0.51


06300
Upstream Oil/Gas
$0.58
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member

06305
Field Production Operators
$0.58
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member

06601
Heavy Oil/Oil Sands - 
Research/Development
$0.47
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

51500
Pipeline Cleaning
$0.47
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

51501
Oil/Gas Pipeline Transmission
$0.56
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

73702
Land/Permit Man Services
$0.47
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
071200

Oil Sands/Salt Mining 
Operations
$0.38


06600
Oil Sands Operations
$0.44
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member

07700
Salt - Mine/Refine
$0.37
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
091100

Drilling/Well Casing Operations
$2.54


09600
Oil/Gas Well Drilling
$2.61
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member

09915
Well Casing Services
$2.63
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member; 
Petroleum Services 
Association of 
Canada Member



091101

Well Servicing with Rigs
$1.87


09903
Well Servicing with Service Rigs
$1.94
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member
091200

Seismic Exploration Services
$1.32


09200
Seismic Survey
$1.50
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member; Canadian 
Association of 
Geophysical 
Contractors 
Member
091908

Oilfield Services
$1.39


09911
Oilfield Downhole Services
$1.48
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member; 
Petroleum Services 
Association of 
Canada Member

09921
Oilfield Christmas Tree Services
$1.48
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member; 
Petroleum Services 
Association of 
Canada Member
092101

Specialty Drilling Services
$2.24


09201
Shot Hole Drilling
$2.39
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member; Canadian 
Association of 
Geophysical 
Contractors 
Member

09904
Rathole/Rig Anchor Drilling
$2.33
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member; 
Petroleum Services 
Association of 
Canada Member

42103
Horizontal/Angular Boring
$2.23
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42130
Water Well/Deep Core Drilling
$2.24
Standard Pricing

42150
Soil Samples - Procurement
$2.18
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
429915

Industrial Cleaning Services
$2.18


06306
Wet/Dry Vacuum Removal 
$2.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member

09902
Mobile Pressure Cleaning Services
$2.17
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

09927
Mobile Oilfield Waste Treatment 
Services
$2.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member
Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging
101100

Meat/Poultry Operations
$2.96


01103
Poultry Loading Services
$2.95
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

10100
Meat Processing
$2.95
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

10104
Rendering Plants
$2.95
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating
104100

Dairy and Other Related 
Products
$1.36


10500
Dairy/Fruit Juice Processing
$1.36
Standard Pricing

13500
Vegetable Oils/Beet Sugar 
Processing
$1.36
Standard Pricing

37402
Medicine/Vitamins - Mfg
$1.36
Standard Pricing
105305

Flour/Feed Mills
$1.76


02101
Seed Cleaning Plants
$1.64
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

12301
Feed Mills
$1.64
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

12400
Flour Mills
$1.65
Standard Pricing; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

13900
Malt - Mfg
$1.75
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
107200

Food Processing 
$1.50


12900
Bakeries/Pasta - Mfg
$1.50
Standard Pricing

13100
Food Processing - Miscellaneous
$1.48
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

13905
Vegetables - Process/Grade
$1.50
Standard Pricing
111100

Non-Alcoholic Beverages/Ice 
$1.62


14100
Soft Drinks/Water/Ice - Mfg
$1.62
Standard Pricing
113100

Breweries/Alcohol
$1.15


14300
Liquor/Wine - Mfg
$1.15
Standard Pricing

14500
Breweries
$1.15
Standard Pricing
169903

Metal/Plastic Products 
$1.96


37301
Plastic Products/Metal Extrusion - 
Mfg
$1.95
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
249901

Apparel/Fabric Goods 
$0.54


21300
Rope/Carpet - Mfg/Repair
$0.53
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

22901
Drapes/Linens - Mfg/Repair/Install
$0.54
Standard Pricing

24900
Clothing/Leather Good - 
Mfg/Repair
$0.53
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
251200

Sawmills/Timber Services
$1.99


25100
Sawmills/Planing Mills
$1.99
Standard Pricing

25900
Posts - Peel/Point
$1.97
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

25901
Timber Treating
$1.99
Standard Pricing
254902

Finish Carpentry/Wood 
Products 
$2.74


25401
Wood Products - Mfg
$2.74
Standard Pricing

42147
Finishing Carpentry
$2.81
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
261200

Furniture - Mfg/Repair
$2.44


26101
Furniture - Mfg/Repair
$2.43
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
271100

Pulp Mills
$0.88


27102
Pulp Mills
$0.88
Standard Pricing
271401

Panelboard
$0.85


27103
Panelboard - Mfg
$0.85
Standard Pricing
273100

Packaging Products (Cardboard, 
etc)
$0.68


27300
Cardboard Box/Tubing/Bag - Mfg
$0.68
Standard Pricing

279200

Small Product Assembly
$0.35


16900
Rubber Stamps/Stencils/Vinyl 
Goods - Mfg
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

33902
Electrical Components - Mfg
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

38100
Instrumentation - Mfg
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

38200
Jewelry - Mfg
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

38201
Lapidary Services
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

39300
Sporting Equipment/Brooms - Mfg
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

69903
Pottery - Mfg
$0.35
Standard Pricing

89916
Taxidermists
$0.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
281901

Publishing/Printing
$0.71


27402
Electronic/Photographic Printing
$0.70
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

28600
Printing/Book Binding
$0.71
Standard Pricing

28900
Publishing
$0.70
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86202
Newspaper/Flyer Distribution
$0.70
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
291200

Iron and Steel 
Foundries/Dealers
$2.85


29102
Iron/Steel Foundries
$2.52
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

62700
Scrap/Salvage Dealers
$2.84
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
292100

Steel Pipe/Products 
$1.45


29200
Steel Pipe - Mfg
$1.45
Standard Pricing

62500
Steel Service Centre - No Salvage
$1.48
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Manufacturers 
Health and Safety 
Association 
Member
303900

Steel/Metal Products 
$1.95


26401
Metal Furniture - Mfg
$1.92
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

29100
Steel excluding Foundries - Mfg
$1.95
Standard Pricing






30100
Steel/Metal Fabrication
$2.04
ICP-Experience 
Rating; 
Manufacturers 
Health and Safety 
Association 
Member

30407
Manufactured Products - 
Coating/Heat Treating 
$1.92
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

33606
Industrial Electric Equipment - Mfg
$1.92
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

89401
Welding
$2.00
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
304900

Sheet Metal Shops and 
Equipment 
$1.36


30412
Sheet Metal Shops
$1.36
Standard Pricing

30700
Heat/Cooling Equipment - Mfg
$1.34
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

33602
Switchboard/Electrical Panel - Mfg
$1.36
ICP-Experience 
Rating
308101

Machining/Coating Services
$0.94


30403
Metal/Porcelain Products - Coating
$0.92
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

30801
Machining
$0.94
Standard Pricing
351100

Building Materials/ Rubber 
Products 
$1.97


16901
Tires/Rubber Products - Mfg
$1.97
Standard Pricing

27200
Asphalt Roofing Products - Mfg
$1.97
Standard Pricing

34500
Gypsum/Clay Products - Mfg
$1.90
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

35401
Fibreglass Insulation - Mfg
$1.90
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
354900

Ferrous Free Metal Foundries 
and Related Products
$2.41


29700
Ferrous Free Metal Foundries
$2.41
Standard Pricing

34700
Concrete Products - Mfg
$2.41
Standard Pricing

38500
Fibreglass/Artificial Stone Products 
- Mfg
$2.41
Standard Pricing
355100

Transit Mix Operations
$2.05


34800
Transit Mix Operations
$2.09
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
371100

Petrochemicals/Refineries
$1.12


06501
Sulphur Process
$1.22
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member; 
Petroleum Services 
Association of 
Canada Member

36500
Refining Crude Oil
$1.19
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member

36502
Oilfield/Industrial Hazardous 
Waste 
$1.19
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member

37801
Petrochemicals - Mfg
$1.07
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating
397100

Advertising Products 
$0.80


28603
Signs/Advertising Displays - Mfg
$0.79
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

39901
Picture Frame/Case/Casket - Mfg
$0.80
Standard Pricing

86201
Window/Store Display Ad Services
$0.79
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
397101

Fabric Goods/Outdoor 
Advertising 
$1.94


22101
Awnings/Tents/Tarps - Mfg/Repair
$1.93
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

39701
Outdoor Advertising
$1.93
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
579900

Compressors/Power Units
$0.90


16902
Industrial Belting - Install/Service
$0.90
Standard Pricing

62304
Compressors/Power Unit - Mfg
$0.90
Standard Pricing
Construction and Construction Trade Services
411901

Industrial/Commercial 
Construction 
$1.61


06304
Oilfield Maintenance/Construction
$1.67
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member

40400
Industrial/Commercial Construction
$1.64
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member




42105
Sheet/Metal Structures - Erect
$1.64
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42106
Structural Steel - Erect
$1.64
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42109
Heavy Machine/Equipment - 
Install/Service
$1.64
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42129
Industrial Plant Maintenance
$1.64
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42156
Storage Tanks - Erect/Dismantle 
$1.64
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42161
Precast Concrete - Erect
$1.64
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42184
Mechanical Insulation - 
Install/Service
$1.64
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

89928
Scaffold/Cranes - Rental/Erect
$1.64
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
411905

Residential General Contractor 
$1.30


40405
Residential General Contractor
$1.33
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member


421501

Mobile Equipment Operations
$1.90


01904
Tree/Shrub Nurseries
$1.87
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

01905
Sod Growers
$1.90
Standard Pricing

02100
Landscaping
$1.95
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

02103
Lawn Maintenance
$1.87
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

02105
Feed Lot/Corral Cleaning
$1.87
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

02200
Right-of-Way Maintenance
$1.95
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

40602
Paving/Surfacing
$1.95
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

40604
Mobile Equipment Operation
$1.95
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

40901
Power Line - Construct/Remove
$1.91
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

40905
Pipeline Construction
$1.91
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
422902

Construction Trade/Wood 
Framing Services
$5.15


40401
Construction Trade Services
$5.26
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member




42143
Construction Framing Contractor
$5.26
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
423100

Concrete Construction
$3.59


42102
Brick/Masonry Contracting
$3.67
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42104
Concrete Construction
$3.67
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42158
Refractory Linings - Sell/Install
$3.59
Standard Pricing

42159
Caisson Operations
$3.67
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
423300

Doors/Windows - Mfg/Install
$2.75


30302
Overhead Doors - Install/Repair
$2.80
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42121
Doors/Windows - Mfg/Install
$2.80
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
423500

Exterior Construction Services - 
Fabrication/Install
$5.15


42118
Roofing
$5.25
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42151
Siding/Eavestrough - 
Fabricate/Install
$5.25
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member


426100

Mechanical Contracting 
Services
$1.65


31507
Dust Suppression Systems
$1.62
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

31508
Overhead Cranes - Service
$1.69
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42110
Elevators/Escalators - 
Install/Service
$1.69
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42117
Heating Systems - Fabricate/Install
$1.69
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42122
Mechanical Contracting
$1.69
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42124
Electric Wiring
$1.69
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42128
TV/Radio Antennae - Install
$1.65
Standard Pricing

42144
Fire Sprinklers - Install/Service
$1.66
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

89600
Refrigeration Equipment - 
Sales/Service
$1.69
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

89605
Service Station Equipment - 
Sales/Service
$1.66
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member



427200

Drywall/Stucco - Sales/Service
$4.96


42135
Drywall/Plaster/Stucco/etc
$5.06
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42141
Acoustic Materials - Sales/Install
$5.06
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
427401

Cabinets/Counters - 
Assemble/Install
$2.57


42133
Cabinets/Counters - 
Assemble/Install 
$2.62
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
427501

Painting/Coatings - 
Residential/Industrial
$3.45


42111
Painting/Decorating
$3.52
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42120
Sand Blasting
$3.52
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42139
Industrial Coating Services
$3.52
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
427800

Flooring/Tile - Sales/Install
$3.50


42113
Tile/Terrazzo - Sales/Install
$3.57
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

42125
Floor Coverings - Sales/Install
$3.57
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

429201

Electronic Equipment/Metal 
Products
$1.04 


31501
Light Metal Products - 
Assemble/Install
$1.04
Standard Pricing

35301
Monument/Tombstone Dealers
$1.02
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

42131
Vacuum Systems -
Assemble/Install
$1.02
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

42160
Electronic Equipment - 
Sales/Service 
$1.02
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
429800

Staffing Services - Labour
$2.61


86911
Staffing Services - Labour
$2.67
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member
429930

Testing/Inspection Services
$0.63


40907
Power Poles - Test/Preserve
$0.62
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

51502
NDT Testing including Visual 
Inspection
$0.70
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member; Petroleum 
Services 
Association of 
Canada Member

51503
Oil/Gas Meters - Inspect/Test
$0.59
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

51504
Cathodic Protection Service
$0.62
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

51506
Quality Control Services - 
Construction
$0.63
Standard Pricing

86403
Research/Material Testing Labs
$0.62
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86413
Heat/Air Systems - Test
$0.62
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86922
Visual Inspection Services
$0.63
Standard Pricing

775909

Land Surveying
$0.61


86401
Land/General Survey
$0.60
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
Transportation, Communication and Utilities
451100

Flight/Air Service Operations
$1.09


50100
Air Service - Scheduled 
Commercial
$1.04
Standard Pricing; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

50104
Air Service - Regular/Charter
$1.02
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

50107
Helicopter Service
$1.02
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

50200
Aircraft - Ground Support Services
$1.04
Standard Pricing; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

50203
Flight Operations - Miscellaneous
$1.02
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable
453100

Railway Transportation Services
$1.05


50607
Railway Transportation Service
$0.99
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable
456100

Specialized Trucking
$2.67


42155
Move Buildings
$2.72
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member








50701
Specialized Trucking
$2.60
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating; 
Alberta Motor 
Transport 
Association 
Member; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

50720
Oilfield Trucking
$2.64
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Energy 
Safety Canada 
Member; Petroleum 
Services 
Association of 
Canada Member
456102

General Trucking
$4.41


50714
General Trucking
$4.40
ICP-Experience 
Rating; Alberta 
Motor Transport 
Association 
Member; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable
457200

Road Transportation Services
$1.98


50800
Bus Lines
$1.89
ICP-Experience 
Rating; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

50802
Bus Depots
$1.94
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

51200
Taxi Cabs/Limousine Service
$1.94
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
457300

School Bus Operations
$2.27


50801
School Bus
$2.26
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
479901

Public Warehousing 
$1.85


51705
Packing/Crating - Custom
$1.80
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

52700
Public Warehousing
$1.85
Standard Pricing




481300

Media/Arts - 
Production/Distribution
$0.78


54300
Radio/TV Stations
$0.72
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

85100
Movie Theatres
$0.76
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85907
Film Production Including 
Performers
$0.78
Standard Pricing

85918
Live Theatres/Ballet
$0.76
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85934
Alliance Theatre Trust Funds
$0.78
Standard Pricing
482102

Telecommunication Services
$0.52


54301
Closed Circuit TV/Cablevision
$0.50
Standard Pricing; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

54501
Telecommunication Systems
$0.49
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable
491100

Utility Services - Gas/Electric
$0.54


57400
Utilities - Electric/Natural Gas
$0.54
ICP-Experience 
Rating
499900

Waste Management 
Services/Vehicle Towing
$2.72


27400
Waste - Recycle/Salvage/Reclaim
$2.67
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

57901
Garbage Collection/Disposal
$2.83
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta Motor 
Transport 
Association 
Member

65402
Towing Auto Vehicles
$2.67
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
Wholesale and Retail
563100

Home Improvement/Garden 
Centres 
$1.99


25403
Home Improvement Centres
$1.99
Standard Pricing

62908
Garden Supply Centre
$1.96
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
571100

Farm Equipment Dealers
$1.06


62200
Farm Implement Dealers
$1.05
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
571105

Machinery/Safety Equipment - 
Sales/Service
$0.95


62302
Machinery/Equipment - 
Sales/Service
$0.96
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Construction Safety 
Association 
Member

86905
Safety Equipment - Sales/Rental
$0.94
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
572100

Mobile Equipment - 
Sales/Rentals/Service
$1.36


62201
Mobile Equipment Dealers
$1.36
ICP-Experience 
Rating
572102

Industrial/Oilfield Equipment 
Rentals
$0.74


89910
Industrial/Oilfield Equipment - 
Rental
$0.74
Standard Pricing
572203

Industrial Supply 
Stores/Chemical Products
$0.53


37902
Chemical Products - 
Package/Distribute
$0.52
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

62303
Industrial Supply Stores
$0.52
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
601100

Food/Alcohol - 
Distribution/Sales
$1.44


63100
Food/Convenience Stores
$1.44
Standard Pricing

63103
Home Provisioner/Butcher Shops
$1.44
Standard Pricing

63105
Liquor/Wine/Beer Sales Outlets
$1.44
Standard Pricing

65406
Gas Bars/Car Wash, Retail - No 
Servicing
$1.44
Standard Pricing

69916
Wholesale Food Distribution
$1.44
Standard Pricing
614101

Specialty Retail/Drug Stores
$0.47


62903
Sales Operations 
$0.46
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

66900
Clothing/Shoe Stores
$0.47
Standard Pricing

68100
Drug Stores
$0.47
Standard Pricing

69904
Retail Specialty Stores
$0.47
Standard Pricing

89100
Travelling Sales/Mfg Agents
$0.47
Standard Pricing
621102

Office/Business Equipment - 
Sales/Service
$0.24


33901
Medical Equipment - Sales/Service
$0.23
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

62300
Office Equipment - Sales/Service
$0.23
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

67602
Entertainment Equipment - 
Sales/Service
$0.24
Standard Pricing
631100

Automotive Dealers
$1.00


65600
Auto Dealers
$1.00
ICP-Experience 
Rating
632901

Recreational Vehicles - 
Sales/Rentals/Service
$1.59


69912
Trailers - Sales/Rental with Service
$1.56
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

69915
Sport Vehicles - Sales/Service
$1.59
Standard Pricing

89922
Industrial Camp Trailers - Rental
$1.59
Standard Pricing
633104

Petroleum/Propane Dealers
$1.56


60800
Bulk Petroleum Dealers
$1.56
Standard Pricing

69300
Propane Dealers
$1.56
Standard Pricing
635100

Automotive Repairs/Service 
Stations
$1.96


65400
Service Stations
$1.93
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

65808
General Automotive Repairs/Auto 
Wreckers
$1.96
Standard Pricing
635200

Automobile Body Repairs
$1.55


65800
Automobile Body Repairs
$1.54
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
641100

Department/General Store 
Operations
$1.27


64200
Department/General Stores
$1.27
Standard Pricing

67300
Hardware/Auto Parts Stores/etc
$1.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

67601
Furniture Stores
$1.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

67604
Appliances - Sales/Service
$1.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

69200
Florists - Wholesale/Retail
$1.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

69901
Auctions
$1.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

69914
Pet/Seed/Feed Stores
$1.25
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86909
Inventory Services
$1.27
Standard Pricing

89908
Small Equipment/Appliances
$1.27
Standard Pricing
661100

Wholesale Distribution 
$1.02


62900
Wholesaling 
$1.02
Standard Pricing

671100

Grain/Seed Handling Operations
$0.82


52400
Grain/Seed Handling Operations
$0.79
Standard Pricing; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable
Municipal Government, Education and Health Services
835104

Municipal Services and Co-
Operatives
$1.58


57601
Irrigation/Drainage District
$1.58
Standard Pricing

57602
Water Treatment/Distribution
$1.58
Standard Pricing

82712
Fire Protection Co-operatives
$1.57
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

95102
Municipal Districts
$1.61
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Municipal Health 
and Safety 
Association 
Member
835105

First Nations/Metis Settlements
$1.08


95105
First Nations
$1.03
Standard Pricing; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

95108
Metis Settlements
$1.08
Standard Pricing
835106

Cities/Towns/Villages
$1.53


95100
Villages
$1.56
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating; 
Alberta Municipal 
Health and Safety 
Association 
Member

95101
Towns
$1.56
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating; 
Alberta Municipal 
Health and Safety 
Association 
Member

95104
Cities
$1.56
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived; Alberta 
Municipal Health 
and Safety 
Association 
Member

851109

School Boards/Schools
$0.91


80102
School Boards
$0.91
Standard Pricing

80105
Private/Independent Schools
$0.89
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

80106
Kindergartens
$0.91
Standard Pricing

89923
Driving/Testing Schools
$0.89
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
853100

Post-Secondary/Safety 
Education
$0.34


80103
Colleges
$0.34
ICP-Experience 
Rating

80301
Specialty Schools - 
Professional/Personal
$0.33
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

80311
Institutes of Technology
$0.33
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating 

80500
Universities
$0.33
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating 

80700
Library Boards
$0.33
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

80701
Museums/Art Galleries
$0.33
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86927
Safety/First Aid Training
$0.34
Standard Pricing
861100

Hospitals/Acute Care Centres
$0.99


82100
Health Care Services - Alberta 
Health Services
$0.90
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

82705
Health Care Services - Covenant 
Health
$0.97
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

82710
Health Care Services - Other 
Providers
$0.99
Standard Pricing
862100

Continuing Care and Support 
Services
$1.63


82704
Home Support Services
$1.63
Standard Pricing

82800
Seniors' Supportive Living/Lodges
$1.70
Standard Pricing; 
Continuing Care 
Safety Association 
Member

82808
Continuing Care Facilities
$1.70
Standard Pricing; 
Continuing Care 
Safety Association 
Member
864100

Child Care Services
$0.92


82801
Day Homes/Day Care Centres
$0.92
Standard Pricing

82812
Play Schools
$0.91
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
864700

Disability Rehabilitation
$1.31


82806
Disability Rehabilitation 
$1.31
Standard Pricing
864900

Community/Religious Services
$0.94


83100
Churches/Religious Orders
$0.65
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85909
Friendship/Cultural Centres
$0.93
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

87700
Funeral Services/Cemeteries
$0.65
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

89925
Social/Community Support 
Services
$0.93
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
Provincial Government
820000

Government of Alberta
$0.67


93200
Government of Alberta
$0.67
Standard Pricing
Business, Personal and Professional Services
759900

Manufactured Home 
Parks/Property Management
$0.84


87500
Manufactured Home Parks
$0.83
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

89702
Property Management/Hostels
$0.84
Standard Pricing
771201

Financial/Business Services
$0.20


52705
Document Storage/Exchange
$0.20
Standard Pricing

70200
Banks/Financial Services
$0.18
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

73500
Real Estate Dealers/Land Develop
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

73501
Insurance Companies
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85925
Travel Agency/Motor Association
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

86200
Advertising Agencies
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86600
Legal Services
$0.20
Standard Pricing

86901
Business Services
$0.20
Standard Pricing

86902
Management Consultants
$0.20
Standard Pricing

86906
Staffing Services - 
Clerical/Professional
$0.20
Standard Pricing

86920
Personnel Recruitment Agencies
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86921
Administer Out of Province Ops
$0.20
Standard Pricing

89101
Professional/Trade/Charitable 
Associations
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

93109
Boards, Agencies, Commissions 
$0.19
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

93113
Boards, Agencies, Commissions 
(Voluntary)
$0.20
ICP-Experience 
Rating
775200

Engineering/Earth Science 
Services
$0.15


09900
Mud Logging Services
$0.24
Standard Pricing; 
Energy Safety 
Canada Member; 
Petroleum Services 
Association of 
Canada Member

86400
Engineering
$0.15
Standard Pricing

86405
Geophysical Survey excluding 
Seismic
$0.14
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86408
Waterfowl Preservation
$0.14
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86410
Map Making
$0.14
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

86414
Geological/Environmental 
Consulting
$0.14
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

86913
Architects/Drafting/Design
$0.14
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

89927
Archaeological Survey
$0.14
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
779104

Security/Investigative Services
$1.15


89902
Security Services/Industrial Patrols
$1.10
ICP-Experience 
Rating; 
Occupational 
Health and Safety 
Not Applicable

89913
Commissionaires/Armoured Car 
Services
$1.15
ICP-Experience 
Rating

89924
Investigative Services
$1.12
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
863500

Medical/Animal Health Services
$0.29


02104
Animal Health Services
$0.28
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

82500
Private Medical/Physiotherapy 
Centres
$0.29
Standard Pricing

82700
Health Related Products - Mfg
$0.28
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

82701
Health/Allied Services - 
Miscellaneous
$0.28
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
921401

Industrial Camp Catering
$2.16


87505
Industrial Camp Catering
$2.16
ICP-Experience 
Rating
965301

Hospitality/Outdoor 
Recreational Services
$0.86


85900
Golf Clubs/Ranges
$0.85
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85904
Ski Resorts/Gondolas
$0.86
Standard Pricing

87501
Restaurants/Catering
$0.86
Standard Pricing

87503
Hotels/Convention Centres
$0.90
Standard Pricing; 
Alberta Hospitality 
Safety Association 
Member

87600
Outdoor Sports and Recreation
$0.86
Standard Pricing

87603
Youth/Religious Camps
$0.85
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
969905

Recreation Facilities/Pet 
Services
$1.10


02116
Animal Shelters/Pounds
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

02117
Kennels/Pet Grooming
$1.10
Standard Pricing

51701
Parking Facilities/Storage Garages
$1.10
Standard Pricing

80703
Zoos/Game Farms
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85300
Bowling Alleys/Billiard Parlours
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85901
Community Associations/Facilities
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

85916
Casinos/Dance Halls
$1.10
Standard Pricing

85919
Arenas/Stadiums
$1.10
Standard Pricing

85922
Arcades
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

87508
Private Clubs
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

89901
Exhibition Associations
$1.09
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived and 
Experience Rating

89907
Tennis/Squash/Rock Climbing 
Facilities
$1.10
Standard Pricing
971300

Aesthetics/Hairstyling Services 
and Schools
$0.37


87200
Beauty/Barber Shops and Schools
$0.37
Standard Pricing
972101

Laundromats/Laundry Services
$1.76


87400
Commercial Laundries
$1.76
Standard Pricing

87401
Dry Cleaners
$1.72
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived


87402
Coin Operated Laundromats
$1.72
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived
995302

Janitorial/Cleaning Services
$1.55


87300
Domestic Help - Homeowner Only
$1.55
Standard Pricing

89701
Janitorial/Cleaning Services 
$1.55
Standard Pricing

89703
Exterior High Rise Window 
Cleaning
$1.55
Standard Pricing

89704
Fumigating
$1.55
Standard Pricing

89705
Furnace Cleaning Services
$1.53
ICP-Cost Relief 
Waived

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 Dalvay 
Energy Inc. on December 4, 2019.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, December 4, 2019.
Valeriya Lee, Solicitor.
Notice of General Meeting
(Companies Act)
Calgary Bid Exploration Committee
Pursuant to the provisions of Division 5, Part 10 of the Companies Act, RSA 2000, 
c C-21, notice is hereby given of a General Meeting of the Calgary Bid Exploration 
Committee (the "Committee") to be held at 1:30 p.m. on February 13, 2020 at 
Floor 12, Municipal Building, 800 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2M5, 
for the purpose of laying before the Committee the account of the winding-up of the 
Committee.
24-1
 
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of Lacombe
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Lacombe will offer for sale, by public auction, in the City of Lacombe 
Council Chambers, 5342 56 Avenue, Lacombe, Alberta, on Wednesday, February 26, 
2020, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Pt. of Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Address
NW
20
40
26
4
3919 Highway 12
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 
Lacombe 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 terms 
and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the City of 
Lacombe.
The City of Lacombe may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque, 10% non-refundable deposit with remainder of 
balance paid within 30 days of the date of the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Lacombe, Alberta, December 31, 2019.
_______________
Brazeau County
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Brazeau County will offer for sale, by public auction, at the County Office, 7401 
Township Road 494, Drayton Valley, Alberta, on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, at 
9:00 a.m., the following lands:
Pt. of Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Acres
C. of T.
SE
33
49
5
W5
158.00
57G154

Lot
Block
Plan
Acres
C. of T.
7
7
772 0505
18.28
002014331
2
1
062 0786
5.16
142334782
1
1
082 9094
4.99
082507809
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 Brazeau County 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of 
services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the 
subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser. No bid will be accepted where the 
bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel. No terms and 
conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by Brazeau County. 
No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Brazeau County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land 
not sold at the public auction.
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 Drayton Valley, Alberta, December 31, 2019.
Jocelyn Whaley, Chief Administrative Officer.
_______________
Starland County
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Starland County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Starland County 
Administration Office, Morrin, Alberta, on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, at 
2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Pt. of Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Acres
C. of T.
Ptn. NE
2
32
18
4
8.30 more or less
111034550
Ptn. SE
20
31
16
4
7.11 more or less
001058008
NE
36
31
16
4
159.00 more or less
801000837
SE
36
31
16
4
159.00 more or less
801000837
NW
36
31
16
4
160.00 more or less
801000836
SW
36
31
16
4
160.00 more or less
801000836
NE
19
31
15
4
159.92 more or less
001058008+4
SE
30
31
15
4
160.00 more or less
001058008+5

Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
Lot 20 and East Portion of the Westerly 25' 
of Lot 21
3
7030AW
021148992
Westerly 25' of Lot 21 and all of Lot 22
3
7030AW
961078184
23
3
7030AW
801024189
1
-
9211709
081451619
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 Starland County 
makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of 
services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the 
subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by Starland County. No further information is available at the auction 
regarding the lands to be sold.
Starland County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold 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 Morrin, Alberta, December 13, 2019.
Shirley J. Bremer, Chief Administrative Officer.
_______________
Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 will offer for sale, by public auction, in 
the Council Chambers at the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9, 1037 Herron 
Avenue, Pincher Creek, Alberta, on Wednesday, March 4, 2020, at 9:00 a.m., the 
following parcel:
Roll
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
3614.11
4
2
9813289
071141126
1.	A parcel of land offered for sale may be redeemed by payment of all arrears, 
penalties and costs by guaranteed funds at any time until the property is declared 
sold.
2.	Each parcel of land offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
3.	The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the 
municipality makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
state of the parcel nor its suitability for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
4.	The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated 
officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any parcel of land 
offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to do so on behalf of the 
municipality.
5.	The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the 
current year.
6.	The purchaser will be required to execute a sale agreement in form and substance 
provided by the municipality.
7.	The successful purchaser must, at the time of sale, make payment in cash, 
certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality as follows:
a.	The full purchase price if it is $10,000 or less; OR
b.	If the purchase price is greater than $10,000, the purchaser must 
provide a non-refundable deposit in the amount of $10,000 and the 
balance of the purchase price must be paid within 20 days of the sale.
8.	GST will be collected on all properties subject to GST.
9.	The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the 
auction.
10.	The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.
11.	The purchaser will be responsible for registration of the transfer including 
registration fees.
12.	If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property 
cannot be sold at the public auction.
13.	The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
14.	Once the property is declared sold at public auction, the previous owner has no 
further right to pay the tax arrears. 
Dated at Pincher Creek, Alberta, December 16, 2019.
Sheldon Steinke, Interim Chief Administrative Officer.
Town of Cochrane
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Cochrane will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers 
at the Municipal Building, 101 RancheHouse Road, Cochrane, Alberta, on Monday, 
February 10, 2020, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Address
C. of T.
23, 24
2
500AN
320 Powell Street
131229376
7
20
9311857
16 West McGonigle Place
941124061
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 
Cochrane 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 Cochrane 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 due 
at the time of closing. GST may apply. The Closing Date shall be 60 days after the 
date of the Public Auction unless otherwise agreed to by the Town. As of the Closing 
Date the purchaser shall be responsible for payment of all taxes, rates, charges, and 
fees for the property.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Cochrane, Alberta, December 31, 2019.
_______________
Village of Wabamun
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Wabamun will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 
5217 52 Street, Wabamun, Alberta, on Monday, March 16, 2020, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following parcel:
Roll
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
129800
12
21
7821772
002258449
1.	A parcel of land offered for sale may be redeemed by payment of all arrears, 
penalties and costs by guaranteed funds at any time until the property is declared 
sold.
2.	Each parcel of land offered for sale will be subject to a reserve bid and to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
3.	The lands are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the 
municipality makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
state of the parcel nor its suitability for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
4.	The auctioneer, councillors, the chief administrative officer and the designated 
officers and employees of the municipality must not bid or buy any parcel of land 
offered for sale, unless directed by the municipality to do so on behalf of the 
municipality.
5.	The purchaser of the property will be responsible for property taxes for the 
current year.
6.	The purchaser will be required to execute a sale agreement in form and substance 
provided by the municipality.
7.	The successful purchaser must, at the time of sale, make payment in cash, 
certified cheque or bank draft payable to the municipality as follows:
a.	The full purchase price if it is $10,000 or less; OR
b.	If the purchase price is greater than $10,000, the purchaser must 
provide a non-refundable deposit in the amount of $10,000 and the 
balance of the purchase price must be paid within 20 days of the sale.
8.	GST will be collected on all properties subject to GST.
9.	The risk of the property lies with the purchaser immediately following the 
auction.
10.	The purchaser is responsible for obtaining vacant possession.
11.	The purchaser will be responsible for registration of the transfer including 
registration fees.
12.	If no offer is received on a property or if the reserve bid is not met, the property 
cannot be sold at the public auction.
13.	The municipality may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
14.	Once the property is declared sold at public auction, the previous owner has no 
further right to pay the tax arrears. 
Dated at Wabamun, Alberta, December 16, 2019.
Shawn Patience, Chief Administrative Officer.




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