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The Alberta Gazette Part I Vol. 110 Edmonton, Monday, March 31, 2014 No. 06 PROCLAMATION [GREAT SEAL] CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Donald S. Ethell,...

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The Alberta Gazette Part I Vol. 110

Edmonton, Monday, March 31, 2014

No. 06

PROCLAMATION [GREAT SEAL] CANADA PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

Donald S. Ethell, Lieutenant Governor.

ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith PROCLAMATION To all to Whom these Presents shall come GREETING Kim Armstrong Deputy Attorney General WHEREAS section 2(3) of the Statutes Amendment Act, 2013 (No. 2) provides that section 2 of that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim section 2 of the Statutes Amendment Act, 2013 (No. 2) in force: NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim section 2 of the Statutes Amendment Act, 2013 (No. 2) in force on April 1, 2014. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS: COLONEL (RETIRED) THE HONOURABLE DONALD S. ETHELL, Lieutenant Governor of Our Province of Alberta, this 12th day of March in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Fourteen and in the Sixty-third Year of Our Reign. BY COMMAND

Jonathan Denis, Provincial Secretary.

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APPOINTMENTS Appointment of Non-Presiding Justice of the Peace (Justice of the Peace Act) March 3, 2014 Huff, Debra Gay of Edmonton Lukay, Laura Nicole of St. Albert Stackaruk, Carlea Ann of Edmonton Wray, Erica Katherine of Calgary

Appointment of Supernumerary Provincial Court Judge (Provincial Court Act) March 18, 2014 Honourable Judge David Joseph Plosz For a term to expire on March 17, 2016. April 26, 2014 Honourable Judge Paul Gordon Sully For a term to expire on April 25, 2016.

Reappointment of Provincial Court Judge (Provincial Court Act) March 22, 2014 Honourable Judge Peter Tillmann Johnston For a term to expire on March 21, 2015.

Reappointment of Supernumerary Provincial Court Judge (Provincial Court Act) March 9, 2014 Honourable Judge Harold Ralph Chisholm For a term to expire on March 8, 2016.

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RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS Retirement of Provincial Court Judge (Provincial Court Act) March 10, 2014 Honourable Judge Ian Fraser Kirkpatrick

TERMINATIONS Terminations of Non-Presiding Justices of the Peace (Justice of the Peace Act) March 3, 2014 McCutcheon, Kathryn Mary of Calgary Nagle, Lorraine Patricia of St. Paul Roach, Heather Leanne of Calgary Ternovoy, Mary Philomena of Edmonton Terry, Alberta Liliane Silva of St. Albert

GOVERNMENT NOTICES Culture Ministerial Order (Historical Resources Act) MO 19/13 I, Heather Klimchuk, Minister of Culture, pursuant to Section 20(15) of the Historical Resources Act, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9, HEREBY RESCIND that portion of the Currie Barracks Provincial Historic Resource designation in Ministerial Order Des. 2025 dated June 9, 1999 and signed by Minister Stan Woloshyn, registered as instrument 991183719 on June 30, 1999, as to all those lands lying within plan of subdivision 1312559, including those lands described as Plan 1312559 block 1 lots 4 and 5, plan 1312559 block 12 lots 1 to 10 inclusive, and plan 1312559 block 13 lots 1 to 18 inclusive. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 4th day of December, 2013. Heather Klimchuk, Minister

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MO 01/14 I, Heather Klimchuk, Minister of Culture, pursuant to Section 19(8) of the Historical Resources Act, HEREBY MAKE THE ORDER rescinding in its entirety the Ministerial Order dated September 3, 2003, and signed by the Honourable Gene Zwozdesky, then Minister of Alberta Community Development, designating the Van Haarlem Hospital as a Registered Historic Resource and registered in the Alberta Land Titles office as instrument 031 315 678, effective as of the date set out below. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 6th day of February, 2014. Heather Klimchuk, Minister

Notice of Intent to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource (Historical Resources Act) File: Des. 2311 Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture intends to make an Order that the site known as the: Barron Building, situated on land legally described as: Plan A1 Block 48 Lots 21-28 Inclusive Excepting Thereout All Mines and Minerals and municipally located in Calgary, Alberta be designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9. The reasons for the designation are as follows: The Barron Building has heritage significance as an excellent example of early high rise architecture in Alberta and for its incorporation of both Moderne and early International styles. It is also significant for its role in solidifying Calgary as the de facto headquarters of Alberta’s oil industry. The Barron Building was built from 1949 to 1951 by Calgary lawyer, real estate developer and cinema house magnate Jacob Bell Barron. Originally, Barron intended to expand his network of cinemas by building an entertainment centre with a dance hall, bowling alley, restaurant and a luxurious cinema. However, following the discovery of oil at Leduc in February 1947, Barron foresaw a need for additional and more modern office space in Calgary, resulting in the planned entertainment centre becoming a large office building with a cinema.

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Architect Jack Cawston, of the Calgary-based firm Cawston & Stevenson was commissioned to design the building. Cawston’s design for the Barron Building appears to be a fusion of the established Art Deco and Moderne styles and the newer International style. The Moderne style grew from the Art Deco movement and emphasizes strength, order and efficiency, while exuding a sense of restrained luxuriousness and technological prowess. Over the 1920s and 1930s skyscrapers of this style had become iconic symbols of technologically progressive and prosperous cities. Likely seeking to borrow this imagery, Cawston integrated many Art Deco and Moderne elements into his design. These styles are evident throughout the building, particularly through its high degree of symmetry; its tapered appearance, caused by the stepped backed or terraced construction of the upper floors; and the polished black granite cladding at street level. The Art Deco and Moderne styles are most evident in the central tower through its stark, nearly monochromatic appearance; the use of Tyndall limestone on the second and third stories; and its strong vertical orientation, which is communicated by four vertical bands of windows and the tall, narrow, aluminum-clad pilasters. Other details of the central tower, such as the low relief carvings at the base, the curved, stylized aluminum panels at the top and the geometrical highlights adorning the elevator house, clearly solidify its Art Deco and Moderne pedigree. The east and west wings of the Barron Building are more in line with the International style, which had become popular in the post-war period. This style emphasized economy and function through extreme simplicity and rigid adherence to vertical and horizontal lines. These elements of the style are strongly evident in the Barron Building’s east and west wings, which are characterised by the lack of ornamentation and the horizontal banding of alternating buff-coloured brick and ribbon windows. The International style reached the height of its popularity in the decades between the 1960s and 1980s and became a symbol of corporate power. The downtown core of many Canadian cities, particularly Calgary and Edmonton, still demonstrate the influence of the style. The Barron Building’s fusion of the older, iconic Art Deco and Moderne styles with the more contemporary International style is an interesting combination and likely communicates the desire of both the developer and architect to promote the economic strength, stability and rising importance of both the Barron Building and the city of Calgary. Barron’s original desire was to build a new cinema to expand his network of movie houses in Calgary. Although the project was transformed from being an entertainment centre into an office building, a cinema was an integral part of the building. This is demonstrated today by the marquee as a structural extension of the concrete floor plate over the adjacent sidewalk. As Barron had foreseen, office space was desperately needed by the burgeoning oil industry in Alberta. By the early 1950s, the office space within the building was quickly leased by a number of companies related to the oil sector, notably Haliburton, Sun Oil, Mobil, Shell and Trans-Canada Pipelines. The success of the Barron Building in drawing these companies to Calgary inspired the construction of more and larger office buildings, confirming the city’s position as the epicentre of Alberta’s oil sector. It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the public interest.

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Dated this 11th day of March, A.D. 2014. David Link, Assistant Deputy Minister Heritage Division

Energy Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 For the quarter ending December, 2013 Function: China-Alberta Petroleum Centre (CAPC) Purpose: To discuss the future of CAPC and potential joint initiatives aiming to expand the existing training and government relationship building focus to include more targeted commercial business development activities that meet industry objectives. Amount: $866.78 Date: October 18, 2013 Location: Korea, China, Japan Function: Risk Management Design Thinking Workshop Purpose: To build a common risk management approach to explore possibilities and increase flexibility in the regulatory system while maintaining integrity, and following the recommendations from Enhancing Assurance. Amount: $2,565.00 Date: October 23-25, 2013 Location: Edmonton Function: Three Five Ten Purpose: Assessing technical, operational, financial, and social trends in industry. Amount: $669.30 Date: November 08, 2013 Location: Calgary Function: Fusion Forum hosted by Alberta Council of Technologies Purpose: To demonstrate the breadth, depth, diversity and advanced status of international fusion development and related technologies, and identify measures for advancing fusion research and commercial opportunities for Alberta. Amount: $2,032.45 Date: November 25, 2013 Location: Edmonton

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Function: Canadian Crude Quality Association (CCQTA) Purpose: To provide cutting edge information on crude characteristics such as corrosiveness in different environments, refinery fouling characteristics etc. This information is used in the valuation intelligence for Alberta crude oil, the review of various ADOE policies and programs such as bitumen valuation. Amount: $610.32 Date: December 10-12, 2013 Location: Calgary Function: Market Participant Choice Working Group Meeting Purpose: To inform stakeholders of Transmission Connection policy proposals and receive a final feedback on changes that may affect their business. Amount: $862.59 Date: December 17, 2013 Location: Calgary

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 – Bantry Glauconitic Agreement No. 2” and that the Unit became effective on January 1, 2014.

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Environment and Sustainable Resource Development Notice of Variation Order 32-2013 Commercial Fishing Seasons The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by Variation Order 32-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998. Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order. Pursuant to Variation Order 32-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance with the following schedule. SCHEDULE PART 1 Item - 1 Column 1 Waters – In respect of: (80) Orloff Lake (73-23-W4) Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 24, 2014 to 16:00 hours March 27, 2014. Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 9,500 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,150 kg; 5) Tullibee: 15,850 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg. _______________ Notice of Variation Order 33-2013 Commercial Fishing Seasons The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by Variation Order 33-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998. Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order. Pursuant to Variation Order 33-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance with the following schedule.

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SCHEDULE PART 1 Item - 1 Column 1 Waters – In respect of: (12) Burnt Lake No. 2 (23,27-95-23-W4) Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 152 mm mesh Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 17, 2014 to 16:00 hours March 21, 2014. Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 4,425 kg; 2) Walleye: 1 kg; 3) Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 500 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg. _______________ Notice of Variation Order 34-2013 Commercial Fishing Seasons The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by Variation Order 34-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998. Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order. Pursuant to Variation Order 34-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance with the following schedule. SCHEDULE PART 1 Item - 1 Column 1 Waters – In respect of: (54.1) Lac Ste. Anne (55-3-W5) -excluding that portion southeast of a line drawn from the water tower in Gunn Townsite to the point of land in 10-20-54-3-W5 Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 3, 2013 to 16:00 hours March 19, 2014. Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 45,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) Yellow perch: 900 kg; 4) Northern pike: 550 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg. _______________ Notice of Variation Order 35-2013 Commercial Fishing Seasons The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by Variation Order 35-2013 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998.

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Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order. Pursuant to Variation Order 35-2013 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance with the following schedule. SCHEDULE PART 1 Item - 1 Column 1 Waters – In respect of: (54.1) Lac Ste. Anne (55-3-W5) -excluding that portion southeast of a line drawn from the water tower in Gunn Townsite to the point of land in 10-20-54-3-W5 Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 3, 2013 to 16:00 hours March 21, 2014. Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 45,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) Yellow perch: 900 kg; 4) Northern pike: 550 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.

Innovation and Advanced Education Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 For the Period July 1, 2013 to September 30, 2013 Function Name: Luncheon with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology of Germany Date(s): June 4, 2013 Amount: $819.96 Purpose: To announce funding of joint Alberta/Germany partnering program promoting Alberta internationally as a global strategic partner to attract international investment for research and technology commercialization. Approximately 15 attendees. Location: Berlin, Germany Function Name: Provincial Territorial (PT) Secretariat Forum of Ministers Responsible for Immigration Date(s): June 25-26, 2013 Amount: $9,931.16 Purpose: Alberta hosted the 2012-2014 Federal-Provincial-Territorial forum of ministers responsible for immigration. Approximately 60 attendees. Note the costs are shared by the federal, provincial and territorial governments. Location: Toronto, Ontario

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International and Intergovernmental Relations Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 For the period ending December 31, 2013 Date: April 19, 2013 Purpose: Host information session for University of Alberta Alumni Association in Hong Kong, to promote Alberta Week in Hong Kong. Amount: $812.79 Location: Hong Kong, China Date: May 13-14, 2013 Purpose: Host industry business executives and delegates from Taiwan’s bureau of Foreign Trade and the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei, focusing on expanding existing economic opportunities and expanding Alberta’s market access to Taiwan. Amount: $1,155.11 Location: Taipei, Taiwan Date: May 17, 2013 Purpose: Networking event with all the participants of Alberta Investment Seminar, focusing on the Energy and Agriculture sectors. Amount: $8,102.66 Location: Guangzhou, China Date: July 5, 2013 Purpose: To celebrate Canada Day at the NEXEN opening baseball game ceremony in Korea and promote Alberta agricultural foods and products. Amount: $881.98 Location: Seoul, Korea Date: July 15, 2013 Purpose: Host Turkish delegation and Alberta oil and gas industry associations to discuss Alberta’s role in the responsible development of unconventional oil and gas resources and to advance Alberta’s business activities in Turkey. Amount: $686.90 Location: Calgary, AB Date: August 13, 2013 Purpose: Host a business development working group meeting for Alberta and Nevada companies attending Unmanned Systems North America 2013 conference. Amount: $651.39 Location: Washington, DC Date: August 13, 2013 Purpose: Co-host networking event with Ukrainian Canadian Congress to celebrate the visit of the Governor of Ivano-Frankivsk, Oblast and his delegation during their visit to Alberta. Amount: $1,268.02 Location: Edmonton, AB - 316 -

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Date: August 20-22, 2013 Purpose: Meetings with the Council of State Government Midwest Legislators to showcase the importance of the oil sands to U.S. energy security and enhanced market access, as well as to clarify issues related to Alberta’s regulatory, environmental and extraction practices. Amount: $1,562.12 Location: Edmonton, AB Date: August 25-29, 2013 Purpose: Meetings with U.S. Congressional staff to provide an overview of Alberta’s oil sands developments, industry, environmental regulations and opportunities where technology is enhancing the environmental and economic attributes of the development. Amount: $1,952.90 Location: Edmonton, AB Date: September 4, 2013 Purpose: Seminar and networking reception with Hokkaido business and government representatives to highlight the importance of Alberta-Hokkaido relations and present Alberta as a strong economic force. Amount: $2,583.83 Location: Hokkaido, Japan Date: September 5, 2013 Purpose: Host roundtable meetings with key Japanese stakeholders to promote industrial and trade opportunities in Alberta, receive the group’s input, and inform them of the current work undertaken by the Asia Advisory Council. Amount: $999.11 Location: Tokyo, Japan Date: September 6-7, 2013 Purpose: Meeting with Korea Gas Corporation to discuss their global investment strategy and ascertain interest in investing in the Canadian oil and gas sector. Amount: $600.94 Location: Seoul, Korea Date: September 16, 2013 Purpose: In-depth market briefing, program overview, priorities exchange, and initiatives planning with Canada’s Consul General to Shanghai and the Alberta delegation. Amount: $777.08 Location: Shanghai, China Date: September 17, 2013 Purpose: Host delegation of California State Senators to provide an overview of Alberta’s oil sands development and environmental regulation. Amount: $1,096.65 Location: Edmonton, AB

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Date: September 25, 2013 Purpose: Host the annual Co-Locator Conference 2013-2014 to share informational updates with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade, and Development and other provinces. Amount: $1,309.24 Location: Edmonton, AB Date: October 2, 2013 Purpose: Co-host a networking event with the Canadian Embassy in Kazakhstan for Alberta/Canada business delegation attending the Kazakhstan Oil and Gas Exhibition. Amount: $1,000.00 Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan Date: October 7, 2013 Purpose: Host the Governor of Montana in an effort to expand trade relations with Alberta and to provide an overview of Alberta’s oil sands development and environmental regulation. Amount: $1,304.55 Location: Edmonton, AB Date: November 11, 2013 Purpose: Co-host a networking event with the Ontario government to showcase Alberta companies in the Middle East Market and forge stronger relationships with the Middle East business community. Amount: $2,500.00 Location: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Date: November 19, 2013 Purpose: Co-host a reception with the Consul General of Japan to celebrate the Alberta-Hokkaido Twinning Relationship. Amount: $2,277.76 Location: Calgary, AB

Justice and Solicitor General Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment (Intox EC/IR II) RCMP, Traffic Services Lacroix Duperre, Maxime Joseph Serge (Date of Designation March 3, 2014)

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Municipal Affairs Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 For the period July 1 to September 30, 2013 Function: 2013 Municipal Government Board (MGB) member workshop Purpose: MGB workshop held with composite assessment review board members. Amount: $2,822.25 Date of Function: May 7-9, 2013 Location: Edmonton Function: Calgary Regional Partnership Mediation Working Group Meeting Purpose: Meeting hosted by Municipal Affairs for working group and observers. Amount: $2,572.20 Date of Function: June 20, July 4 and 18, 2013 Location: Calgary Function: Calgary Regional Partnership Mediation Working Group Meeting Purpose: Meeting hosted by Municipal Affairs for working group and observers. Amount: $2,761.42 Date of Function: June 6 and 13, 2013 Location: Calgary Function: 2013 AUMA Convention Purpose: Advance payment to secure the room to facilitate meetings between Municipal Affairs and other stakeholders. Amount: $1,680.00 Date of Function: November 19-22, 2013 Location: Calgary Function: EMS Dispatch Consolidation Consultation Purpose: Meetings to discuss municipal concerns over the EMS dispatch consolidation. Amount: $2,803.72 Date of Function: July 3 and 8, 2013 Location: Grande Prairie and Calgary Function: Public Safety Division hosting event at the Canadian Regulatory Committee for Plumbing Purpose: Meetings to discuss policy and technical issues relating to the plumbing industry. Amount: $1,326.19 Date of Function: August 18, 2013 Location: Edmonton Function: Office of the Fire Commissioner Fire Exemplary Service Medal Investitures Purpose: Honour fire personnel who completed at least 20 years in the fire service. Amount: $8,019.27 Date of Function: June 10 and 13, 2013 Location: Calgary and Edmonton - 319 -

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Function: National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS) Symposium Purpose: Presentation of the NNELS to key stakeholders for serving print disabled library users. Amount: $3,360.11 Date of Function: August 23, 2013 Location: Edmonton

Safety Codes Council Corporate Accreditation (Safety Codes Act) Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that Bonavista Energy Corporation, Accreditation No. C000244, Order No. 1429 Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to administer the Safety Codes Act including applicable Alberta amendments and regulations within the Corporation’s industrial facilities for the discipline of Electrical Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code and Code for Electrical Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities. Accredited Date: May 13, 2003

Issued Date: March 17, 2014.

Alberta Securities Commission ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULE 45-513 PROSPECTUS EXEMPTION FOR DISTRIBUTION TO EXISTING SECURITY HOLDERS (Securities Act) Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on March 12, 2014 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act. ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULE 45-513 PROSPECTUS EXEMPTION FOR DISTRIBUTION TO EXISTING SECURITY HOLDERS Definitions 1.

Terms defined in National Instrument 14-101 Definitions have the same meaning in this Rule.

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2.

In this Rule “announcement date” is the day that an issuer issues an offering news release; “investment dealer” has the same meaning as in section 1.1 of National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations; “listed security” means a security of an issuer of a class of equity security listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, the Toronto Stock Exchange, or the Canadian Securities Exchange; “offering material” means a document purporting to describe the business and affairs of an issuer that has been prepared primarily for delivery to and review by a prospective purchaser so as to assist the prospective purchaser to make an investment decision in respect of securities being sold in a distribution under this Instrument; “offering news release” means a news release issued by an issuer announcing its intention to conduct a distribution under section 3 of this Instrument; “record date” is the date that is at least one day prior to the announcement date; “warrant” means a purchase warrant issued by an issuer that entitles the holder to acquire a listed security or a fraction of a listed security of the same issuer.

Exemption For Sales to Existing Security Holders 3.

The prospectus requirement does not apply to a distribution by an issuer of a security of its own issue to a security holder of the issuer purchasing as principal if all of the following applies: (a)

the issuer is a reporting issuer in at least one jurisdiction of Canada with a class of equity securities listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, the Toronto Stock Exchange, or the Canadian Securities Exchange;

(b)

the issuer has filed in each jurisdiction of Canada in which it is a reporting issuer all periodic and timely disclosure documents that it is required to have filed in that jurisdiction as required by all of the following: (i)

applicable securities legislation;

(ii)

an order issued by the regulator or securities regulatory authority;

(iii)

an undertaking to the regulator or securities regulatory authority;

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(c)

4.

the issuer has issued and filed an offering news release describing in reasonable detail the proposed distribution, including, without limitation, (i)

the minimum and maximum number of securities proposed to be distributed under this section and the minimum and maximum aggregate gross proceeds of the distribution,

(ii)

the proposed principal uses, including estimated dollar amounts, of the gross proceeds of the distribution, assuming both the minimum and maximum offering, and

(iii)

a description of how the issuer intends to allocate securities if aggregate subscriptions for securities under the proposed distribution exceed the maximum number of securities proposed to be distributed;

(d)

subject to applicable securities laws, the issuer permits each person or company who, as of the record date, held a listed security of the issuer of the same class and series as the listed security to be distributed under this exemption to subscribe for securities in the distribution;

(e)

the purchaser has represented in writing to the issuer that, on or before the record date the purchaser acquired and continues to hold, a listed security of the issuer of the same class and series as the listed security to be distributed under this section;

(f)

neither the issuer nor any salesperson acting on behalf of the issuer in connection with the distribution under this section has any reason to reasonably believe that the purchaser’s representation, referred to in paragraph (e), is untrue;

(g)

unless the purchaser has obtained advice regarding the suitability of the investment and, if the person is resident in a jurisdiction of Canada that advice is from a person or company registered in the jurisdiction as an investment dealer, the aggregate acquisition cost to the purchaser for the securities purchased under this section, when combined with the acquisition cost to the purchaser of all other securities of the issuer distributed under this section in the last 12 months, does not exceed $15,000.

The issuer must represent all of the following to the purchaser in the subscription agreement: (a)

the issuer’s “core documents” and “documents”, as those terms are defined in Part 17.01 of the Act, do not contain a misrepresentation;

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(b)

there is no material fact or material change related to the issuer which has not been generally disclosed.

Removal of Exemption 5.

The exemption in section 3 is not available for the distribution of a security other than a listed security or a unit comprised of a listed security and a warrant.

6.

The exemption in section 3 is not available for the distribution of a listed security if the class of listed security has been suspended from trading for failure to comply with the ongoing requirements of the applicable exchange.

Offering Material 7.

Other than the subscription agreement, any offering material provided to a purchaser in connection with a distribution under section 3, must be filed with the securities regulator no later than the day that the offering material was first provided to a purchaser.

Resale Restrictions 8.

The first trade of a security acquired under section 3 is subject to section 2.5 of National Instrument 45-102 Resale of Securities.

Report of Exempt Distribution 9.

On or before the 10th day after a distribution under section 3, the issuer must file a report of the distribution that complies with Form 45-106F1 Report of Exempt Distribution.

Application of Statutory Secondary Market Civil Liability Provisions to this Rule 10.

Part 17.01 of the Act applies to a security distributed under section 3.

11.

This Rule comes into force on March 13, 2014.

Service Alberta Vital Statistics Notice of Change of Personal Name (Change of Name Act)

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November 1, 2013 Seybel, Vesta to Seibel, Vesta November 4, 2013 Kaya, Begum to Kaya, Michelle Gill, Rajinder Kaur to Hans, Rajinder Kaur Janzen, Alex to Rios Janzen, Luis Alejandro Maqsood, Babar to Choudhary, Babar Maqsood Arif, Bushra to Choudhary, Bushra Babar Babar, Aiza to Choudhary, Aiza Babar Low, Siew Ping to Low, Carrie Siew Ping Dyck, Dennis Eric to North, Dennis Eric Cook, Diane Elizabeth to Cook, Dyan Elizabeth Feraco, Gian-Franco to Feraco, Gianfranco O'Neil, Regan Alan to White-O'Neil, Regan Alan Gazi, Emanuel Gazi to Adam, Ammanuel Gazi Yaneza, Meghann Emma to Lucas-Yaneza, Meghann Emma Saddleback, Shelley Rae-Lynne to Johnson, Shelley Rae-Lynne November 5, 2013 Akinbiyi, Oluwatowo Akintokunbo to Lockett, Ashley Grace Yang, Jevan Wei-Wen to Snyder, Jevan Fred Gordon, Dustin Lewis to Hart, Dustin Lewis Gordon, Jonah Christapher to Hart, Jonah Christapher Ibdah, Jihad to Saeed, Khlil Jackson, Ava Meghan to Macfarlane, Ava Alexis Morrow, Luke Walter to Oja, Luke Walter Xie, Xie to Xie, Emma Keomanyla-Lévêque, Joshua Anothai to Lévêque, Joshua Anothai Moch, Jillian Clara Brown to Moch, Jay Leonard Brown Gebre, Nahom Abel to Mehare, Nahom Abel Brady, Marshall Armand Joshua to Begon, Marshall Armand Joshua Brady Connolly, Adam Luke to Reteos, Adam Cristof Luke Acain, Kiersten Riley to De Guzman, Kiersten Riley Muzzamil, Individual has only one names to Imtiaz, Muzzamil Priji, Priskilla Aime to George, Priskilla Priji Foisy, Peyton Alexis to Vogel, Peyton Alexis Wilson, Jazlynn Willow Danika to Daly, Jazlynn Willow Tavares, Noe Francisco Da Costa to Tavares, Noah Francisco Da Costa Osman, Mohamed Ahmed to Ismail, Mohamed Ahmed Nguyen, Thi Kieu Trang to Nguyen, Trang Thi Kieu Antochow, Nicholas Walter Paul to Antson, Nicholas Walter Paul Aslateei, Leigh Alexander to Rempel, Leigh Alexander Iqbal, Syed Muhammad A to Iqbal, Adeel Syed Muhammad Bethell, Jennifer Page to Rimstad, Jennie Paige Yuge, Kunikazu to Kawashima, Kunikazu Krisher, Samantha Jean to Krisher, Samantha Jean Bennett Quilty, William James to Quilty, Holly Oystrick-Vinokurov, Ava to Vinokurov, Ava

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Oystrick-Vinokurov, Elle to Vinokurov, Elle Abdul-Razak, Haidar to Albayati, Haider Arshed Abdul-Razak, Yusef to Albayati, Yusef Haider Abdul-Razak, Maya to Albayati, Maya Haider Sidra, Maha to Malik, Maha Sidra Abdel Malik, Makarios to Malik, Makarios Mahal, Kavita Kaur to Mahal, Jennifer Kavita Garcia-Vargas, Ian to Garcia Vargas, Ian Hassan, Brima to Jalloh, Mohamed Kohli, Simmerjit Kaur to Saxon, Sonia Kohli Abraham, Ali Wesley Ndarusanze to Ali, Abraham Ndarusanze Wesley November 6, 2013 Milne, Kenneth James to Barks, Kenny James Milne, Abbigale Kathleen to Barks, Abby Kathleen November 7, 2013 Chauhan, Ziya Singh to Chauhan, Anhad Twoyoungmen-Starblanket, Persius Turrelle Raymond II to Ackroyd-Twoyoungmen, Raymond Turrelle Persius Zimmerman, David Daryl Eugene to Doknosismithtons, Sevent. Agape Singzoe Crawford-Grant, Alannah Morgan to Crawford, Alannah Morgan Burkard, Corbyn Lee to Ziegler, Corbyn Lee Burkard, Avery Joseph to Ziegler, Avery Joseph Kovalska, Yevgeniya to Glaz, Yevgeniya Albornoz, Lucas Rodrigo to Albornoz Escobar, Lucas Rodrigo Khadidja, Ali Ousmane to Ousmane, Khadidja Ali Donofrio, Robert Troy to Kanarek, Robert Troy November 8, 2013 Reimer, Alexis Kirstin to Osorio de Barros, Alexis Kirstin Baker, Ruthlyn Olga to Johnson, Ruth Naomi Moran, Douglas to Cardinal, Douglas Lawrence Finch, Reta May to Finch, Reta Mae Gill, Sandeep Kaur to Gill, Soma Cardinal, Allysa Anne to Calliou, Allysa Anne Tabearjmand, Mohammadreza to Arjmand, Mohammadreza Landstrom, Nicole Lena to Landstrom-Langevin, Nicole Lena Suhai, Rayne to Suhai, Rayne Elaine Obid, Sa'ad Fadhil to Kadhim, Sa'ad Fadhil Xiao, Yi Tong to Xiao, Emilie Yitong Erickson, Keyarah Gwendolyn Marie to Tofin, Keyarah Gwendolyn Marie Kidd, Margaret Constance Jean to Livicker, Margaret Constance Jean Kidd Al Shawabkeh, Katya Tariq Younes to Alshawabkeh, Katya Tariq Younes Al Shawabkeh, Mira Tariq Younes to Alshawabkeh, Mira Tariq Younes Hadera, Sutetaw Kassie to Kassa, Sutetaw Berhanu Strecheniuk, Jayden Alexander to Agnew, Jayden Alexander Mills, Paisley Adele to Aebly, Paisley Adele Byju Thaikoottathil, Individual has only one name to Stephen, Byju

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Charalil Vijayan, Sindhu to Stephen, Sindhu Byju Sayuj Byju Stephen, Individual has only one name to Stephen, Sayuj Byju Evelyn Mariya Byju, Individual has only one name to Stephen, Evelyn Mariya Moushi, Rosalina to Jabo, Rosalina Al-Sadoon, Amro Abdulmunem to Al-Sadoon, Amr Abdulmunem Thadathil, Joshy Chacko to Chacko, Joshy Jaic, Adhin Joshy to Joshy, Adhin Jaic Samuels-Halasa, Aviyana Marie to Halasa, Aviyana Marie Rufiange, Adrian Jerome Guy to Delgado, Adrian Samuel Rufiange, Keily Aaliyah to Delgado, Keily Aaliyah Geng, Xiao to Geng, Ricky Blashill, Nephi Neil to Shields, Nephi Muhamed, Hafsa to Lallo, Hafsa Abubeker Smithers Southgate, Ciara Bernadette Joanne to Southgate, Ciara Joanne Lin, Pao-Ling to Kraska, Joyce Pao-Ling Lane, Claire Alexia to Lane, Alexia Owusu, Musa to Owusu, Moses Aaron November 12, 2013 Gratton, Michelene Paula Marie to Gratton, Micheline Pauline Wegrich, Cadence June to Duchesne, Cadence June Ali, Abdo Omer Moham to Abdella, Abdo Omer Dutta, Aaliyah Kaif to Ali, Aaliyah Kaif Dutta, Alina Salma to Ali, Alina Salma Frappier, Luc Guy to Oosterhoff, Rena Claudia Dawydiuk, Keissa Charmen to Dawydiuk, Kiessa Charmen Rideout-Smith, Kaitlyn Abigail to Smith, Kaitlyn Abigail Taylor Li, Jiaqi to Li, James Jiaqi Thomden, Shirley Anne to Tillman, Shay Leia Mulino Hernandez, Jose Alejandro to Mulino, Jose Alejandro November 15, 2013 Laboucan, Alexis Michelle Saphire to Bentley, Alexis Michelle Saphire Belyaev, Danila to Belyaev, Daniel Jones, Jake Reid to Kim, Jake Reid Jones, Mac Alexander to Kim, Mac Alexander Jones, Madelaine Danielle to Kim, Madelaine Danielle Li, Shixin to Li, Celia Sze-Yan Shearer, Valerie Evalyn to Watson, Valerie Evalyn Malsbury-Youngberg, Morgynn Kael to Malsbury, Morgynn Kael Lampitoc, Marieshields to Datahan, Marieshields Lampitoc November 18, 2013 Raju, Kamanpreet Singh to Dhillon, Kamanpreet Singh Loewen, Rusaela to Loewen Schultz, Rosaela Moltzan-Machan, Leiland Mathias to Moltzan, Leiland Mathias MacDonald, Tirzah Baretta to Bissky, Tirzah Shiloh Hoknes, Jennifer Lee-Ann to Garman, Jennifer Lee-Ann Moyo, Esnarth Dalubuhle to Nkomo, Emily

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Johal, Gurdip Singh to Johal, Johnny Singh Hon, Lara Marie Ga Yuk to Stevens, Lara Marie Jackson, Lauren Eve to Jackson, Landon Ezra Pelley, Alexis Danielle to Suga, Alexis Danielle Worme, Stephen MacKenzie to Warme, Stephen MacKenzie Gurnani, Pooja Chandrakant to Keshavjee, Alyssa Petrowski, Clarence Norman to Petroskey, Clarence Norman Gote, Shemeles Paulos Gebeyehu to Gote, Biruk Paulos Gebeyehu Reyes, Marylor Eusebio to Montero, Marylor Reyes Doell, Tracy Lynn to Doell, Tracy Anna-Lynn Priestley, Winston John to Leask, Winston George Leonard Neufeld, Katherine Strong to Kivisto, Katherine Madeline Holmedal-Behm, Taison George to Behm, Taison George Iskandar, Riad to Iskandar, Aki Riad Duquette, Tristen Chandler Arthur Leroy to Kovacs, Tristen Chandler Arthur Leroy Kellert, Ezra Isaac to Mwai, Ezra Isaac Metsikassus, Carl Randy to Cardinal, Carl Randy Folks, Raymond Christopher to Maguire, Raymond Christopher Kwasnycia, Benjamin Nicholas to Patton, Benjamin Nicholas Assiah, Asia to Krazini, Assiah Skinner, Camilla Robbie Dawne to Desfosses, Camilla Robbie Dawne Hanna-Skinner, Ashlynn Hailey Rae to Desfosses, Ashlynn Hailey Rae Skinner, Vincent Thomas James to Desfosses, Vincent Thomas James Craypo, Caley Jane to Craypo-Wells, Caley Jane November 19, 2013 Goran, Allyssa Payge McNeill to McNeill, Allyssa Payge Sidhu, Tanjeet Kaur to Sandhu, Tanjeet Kaur Opoku, Gabriel to Taylor, De-Graft Kwesi Gudziuk, Jessie Maria to Murphy, Jessie Maria Johnson, Brennen Madison to Shirley, Brennen Sherman Niskanen, David Tyler to Cloutier, David Tyler Seggie, Laura Aimee to Seggie, Ryan Aaron Peever, James Robert Anthony to Holloway, James Robert Anthony Peever, Marisa Donna Hope to Holloway, Marisa Donna Hope Boland, Madison Anna to Cardinal, Madison Anna Boland Sears-Boudreau, Mary-Ann to Sears, Mary-Ann November 20, 2013 Chan, May to Chan, May Karin Tsing-Wah Cummings, Lucas Kenneth to Cummings-Quennelle, Lucas Kenneth Cummings, Karim John to Cummings-Quennelle, Karim John Soliman, Mohannad to Ibrahim, Adam Howe, Cheri Lynn to Howe, Cheri Harmony Jia, Zilu to Jia, Emma Zilu Mundaca, Nelson Michael to Mundaca Garcia, Nelson Michael Skifton, Oliver John to Skiftun, Oliver John Bohmann, Shania Nicole to Halcro, Shania Nicole Bohmann, Amanda Phyllis to Halcro, Amanda Phyllis

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Webster, Isabella Angelina to Webster, Jashemah Jarmine T'Nille Ritchot, Oliver Nicholas to Sculean, Oliver Nicholas Thomas, Daxton Kenneth Laurence to Schrader, Daxton Kenneth Laurence Thomas, Tristan Patrick Harold Marion to Schrader, Tristan Patrick Harold Thomas, Jayden Jace Taylor to Schrader, Jayden Jace Taylor Mercanti, Naomi Elizabeth Ann to Lebeuf, Naomi Elizabeth Ann McRae, Corina Norma Mavis to Beard, Corina Alexandra Rose Quintal-Lungul, Emma Leah Rose to Lungul, Emma Leah Rose Quintal-Lungul, Emily Ann to Lungul, Emily Ann Hedger, Allan George to McDonald, Allan George Yao, Rebecca to Yao, Amelia Annabella Hui-Chih Morden-Prince, Aliya Rosaria to English, Aliya Rosaria Nielsen, Autumn Alexis Lynn to Bryson, Autumn Alexis Lynn Nielsen, Ryder Joyce Lynn to Bryson, Ryder Joyce Lynn Siddiqui, Hasan to Asif, Hasan Arends, Kiara Josephine to Krokis, Kiara Josephine Fraser-Donnelly, Bentley Scott Fred to Fraser, Bentley Scott Fred Fraser-Donnelly, Avery Jerrika Rachel to Fraser, Avery Jerrika Rachel Mostafavi-Christensen, Martin Anoosh to Christensen, Martin Higa, Seth Allan Shucho to Brown, Seth Allan Shucho Aiza, Ibrar to Ibrar, Aiza Nguyen, Pham Quoc Vinh to Pham, Vincent Scobie-Gyug, Johnathon Diesel to Gyug, Johnathon Diesel Scobie Malton, Justice Allan David to Arbuckle, Justice Allan David Anderson-Lavoie, Carver Jacob to Lavoie, Carver Jacob Anderson-Lavoie, Maelyn Rose to Lavoie, Maelyn Rose Nguyen, Phu Hung to Nguyen, Peter Phu Hung Gherehanes, Abel Semere Ghebrehanes to Ghebreha, Abel Semere Ghebrehanes, Melat Semere to Ghebreha, Melat Semere Gibson, James Denton to MacMillan, James Denton Pacheco-Vega, Leonardo James to Pacheco Kocurek, Leonardo James Pacheco-Vega, Emiliano Cruz to Pacheco Kocurek, Emiliano Cruz Jedidiah Gatus Shum Chun Kit, Individual has only one name to Shum, Jedidiah Gatus Chun Kit November 21, 2013 Hall, Ming-Chung Miranda to Hall, Miranda Ming-Chung Ibrahim, Mohammed I-M to Al-Mofty, Mohammed Issam Ibrahim, Omar to Al-Mofty, Omar Mohammed Campbell-Rehm, Donna Lynn to Rehm, Donna Lynn Vo, Thi Minh Thuy to Lau, Thuy Griesser, Crystal Dawn to Paquette, Crystale Dawn Cutforth, Jeffrey Dyer to Collins, Jeffrey Dyer Mohammad Khani, Behrouz to Khani, Behrouz Mohammad Khani, Masoud to Khani, Masoud Mohammad Khani, Mahdi to Khani, Mahdi Acharya, Shankar to Dean, Zachary Acharya Marah, Bangali to Marah, Bangali Peter Worka, Mekdes Mulugeta to Kassa, Mekdes Tsegaye

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November 25, 2013 Mohamed, Logina Maged Elsayed Abdelhameed to Haggag, Lojina Maged El Sayed Abd El Hameed Mohamed Abdelmassieh, Joseph Emad Raouf to Hanna, Joseph Emad Raouf Abdelmassieh, Nattaly Emad Raouf to Hanna, Nattaly Emad Raouf M Amin, Taha Mutasim M to Yassin, Taha Mutasim Moohammed Ameen, Mohammed Moatasem to Yassin, Mohamed Mutasim November 27, 2013 Esendzhanov, Sadyrbek to Esen, Eric Ysmanova, Asylkan to Ysman, Asylla Esendzhanova, Kamilla to Esen, Kamilla Angeles, Katrina Pia Cal to Angeles, Katrina Pia Diaz Kearney, Logan Tyler to Willmott, Logan Tyler Connelly, Halle Grace to Forsythe, Halle Grace Flanagan, Tyler James to Bateman, Tyler James Thomas Cyer, Alith Cyerdir to Cyerdit, Alith Cyerdir Cyer, Awen Cyer Cyerdir Deng to Cyerdit, Awen Cyer Little, William John to Little, John William De Iure, Lindsay Anne to Alfaro, Lindsay Anne Siembaba, Christopher to Stany, Quincy Chris Yafali McKenzie, Sarah Elizabeth to Guenette, Sarah Elizabeth Chuckry, Christopher James to Money, Christopher James Perry, Colleen Nicole to Perry, Nicole Klotz, Kerwin Joseph to Mandrusiak, Kerwin Joseph Tobler, Dorothy Jodi-Lynn to Tobler, Jodi Lynn Levasseur, X-Avier Gary Atchez to Cõté, X-Avier Gary Atchez Harjai, Ashu to Harjai, Ashna Harjai, Bhuvi to Harjai, Shanaya Boyce, Shai Austin Peter to Boyce-Cuthbert, Shai Austin Peter Mudry, Violet Ada Morgan to Morgan, Violet Ada Yu, Joanne Hoi-Ying to Yu, Joanna Hoi-Ying Holmes, Ryan Christopher to Schafer, Ryan Christopher Cook, Oria Gabrielle to Kujala, Oria Gabrielle Litchfield, Shawn Adam to Collins, Shawn Adam Litchfield, Michael Bruce to Collins, Michael Bruce Catampongan, Diana Cabiso to Garcia, Diana Cabiso Akol, Quir Akol to Akol, Akol Quir Sandhu, Rajbir Kaur to Riar, Rajbir Kaur Wesley, Trevor Wayne to Wesley-Manywounds, Trevor Wayne Desforge, Damien Eric Pfeffer to Pfeffer, Damien Eric Tedla, Yohannes Medhan to Medhane, Yohannes Tedla Lee, Chung Koen to Lee, Joseph Choong Kwon Aberle, Brittany Kai to Mason, Brettley Kai Witch-Hazel November 28, 2013 Askander, No'El to Tallo, No'El Salim, Mariam to Tallo, Mariam Salim, Warda to Tallo, Warda

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Passey, Kealan Atkinson to Bailey, Kealan Atkinson Juachin-Larreynaga, Thiago Javier to Juachin Larreynaga, Thiago Javier Viste, Jeffrey Calton to Hoffman, Jeffrey Calton de Jong, Natasha Tiyana to Wetmore, Natasha Tiyana Zhao, Zi Han to Fenrick, Andrea Mohamud, Mohamed Osman to Mohamud, Huseen Korane Lefebvre, Kaelin Douglas to Hergott, Kaelin Douglas Baldock, Jessica Elizabeth Eileen to Wood, Jessica Elizabeth Eileen Kim, Baeksun to Kim, Lina Smith, Layne Parker to Danis, Layne Parker Zhao, Zhangqi to Zhao, Jackie Zhangqi Ould Ahmed Salem, Abderrahmane to El Maghary, Abderrahmane Chaytor, Cyril James McVeigh to MacLeod, James McVeigh Defosse, Donna Lou to DeFazio, Victoria Pearl Wright, Molly Jean to Wright, Cub Jean Zi, Ah to Yinthang, Grace Chang November 29, 2013 Talley Beaulieu, Terrell Zane to Beaulieu, Terrell Zane Talley Beaulieu, Wynona Marie to Beaulieu, Wynona Marie Talley Beaulieu, Wyomi Angel to Beaulieu, Wyomi Angel Talley Beaulieu, Whitney Jade to Beaulieu, Whitney Jade Han, Hui Xin to Han, Vikki Hui Xin Lin, Juo-Ying to Lin, Miranda Juoying Harpe, Tanya Rita to Fougere, Tanya Fiona Shuaeb, Farah to Deebhaa, Farrah Di Leone Velasquez, Leonardo José to Di Leone, Leonardo José Kellow, Roberta Rae to Chanakos, Roberta Alida Evlanov, Semen to Evlanov, Siamion Strongman, Shae Lynn to Minde-Strongman, Shae Lynn Hajdini, Fatmire to Hajdini, Amira Koopmans, Ouwe to Koopmans, Otto Wu, Min to Wu, Justin Lee Yu, Qian to Wu, Erin Quinn Shea, Tristan Josef to Smetana, Tristan Josef Chandrashekhar, Aditya to Chandrashekhar, Aaditya _______________ December 2, 2013 Galué-Colman, Allison to Galue Colman, Allison Heidi, Wendy Jean Katherine to Heidi, Wendi Lokwang, Yoni Kapel to Lomuriamoe, Yohanan Lokwang K Metzler, Lachlan Lewis to Terpstra, Lachlan Lewis Gray, Curtis Doyle to Gray, Kristian Curtis Doyle Wickens-Thornewell, Connor Allan to Thornewell, Connor Allan Dyck, Christopher Beecher to von Dyck, Christopher Beecher Zhao, Zhen Chao to Zhao, David Zhenchao December 3, 2013 Sumaia, Individual has only one name to Hassan, Sumaia - 330 -

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Dhaliwal, Arjun Singh to Sangha, Arjun Singh Ruf, Rylan William Peter to Starchuk, Rylan William Peter Wasowicz, Ryan Alexis Jean to Wasowicz, Elizabeth Alexis Jean Lestus Alvarado, Avah Alexa to Lestus, Avah Alexa Ammeter, Zachary Dominic Raoul Blaise to Anderson, Zachary Dominic Raoul Blaise Khoshnaw, Zachariah Handrin to MacDonald, Zachariah Aydin Belcourt, George to Flaata, George DeGraff, Bronek Amadeus to McKenzie, Bronek Amadeus Stevenson, Darcy James to Onespot Stevenson, Darcy James Stevenson, Leslie Lynn to Onespot Stevenson, Leslie Lynn Stevenson, Michelle Renee to Onespot Stevenson, Michelle Renee Ahmad, Ahmad Sanaullah to Bhatti, Ahmad Sanaullah Stabler, Rececca Arron to Gagnon, Belle Holiday-Rose Walter, Noah Paul to Hofer, Noah Paul Lanz, James Chesney to Lanz-Koboah, James Chesney Rai, Runchi Maya to Rai, Maya Dhaliwal, Karamjit Kaur to Dhaliwal, Jasmine Kaur Littletent, Jordan Cory to Richardson, Jordan Cory McPerson, Lancaster Ivanovich to Kleine, Lance Gary Eugene Hunter, Naomi to Jaswal, Mininder Kaur Olsen, Alexis Lawrence to Olsen, Leckie Lawrence O'Brien, Leslie Franklyn to O'Brien, Lester Franklyn Yurasek, Jeremy Shawn Daniel Free to Winter, Shawn Lowen-Pyne, Vaughn Bishop to Pyne, Vaughn Bishop Lowen, Sundreah Mary Elizabeth to Pyne, Sundreah Mary Elizabeth Metts, Reed Patrick to Flett, Reed Patrick Friesen, Anna to Friesen, Anna Marie Friesen, Gertrude to Friesen, Gertrude Sarah Friesen, Edith to Friesen, Edith Eva Cuthbertson, Caitlin Bailey to Cuthbertson, Colton Blake Yasakawa, Shoji to Tokumine, Ryuto Nixon, Gary Lloyd to Tzu, Gary McLaughlin, Jordyn Ruth to McLaughlin, Jordyn Dorothy Ruth Tessman, Luke Aaron to Beaton, Luke Aaron Yin, Chaochen to Yin, Michael Justin Tesfaye, Sesen Michaella to Eyassu, Sesen Michaella Poirier, Jovanna to Kellert, Jovanna Kristina Devine, Karla Kay to Devine Onespot, Karla Kay December 4, 2013 Moll, Hermann to Mohl, John Herman Doody, Guy Malcolm to Legault, Guy Malcolm Ellerbeck-VanRunt, Kayla Jade to Legault, Kayla Jade Zhao, Yuxuan to Chiu, Franky Zha, Si Ke to Cha, Charles Zha, Holly Liang to Cha, Holly Liang Makboon, Pakorn to Wright, Pakorn Shubham Bahl, Shubham to Bahl, Shubham Sharif Der Ali, Sharif Abdolnas to Ali, Der - 331 -

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Radostits, Rebecca Elizabeth Piper to Radostits, Piper Elizabeth Rebecca Zhang, Shu Xing to Zhang, Zephyr Ali, Alemtsehay Mekonnen to Dori, Almaz Tesfagebriel Peinado, Steven Peinado Laguna to Arellano Laguna, Steven Hunter, Mignon Geraldine Maraya to Labadie, Mignon Geraldine Maraya Caballero, Rhys Margarette to Hurley, Rhys Margarette Tran, Henry to Tran, Helen Wintonyk, Anne Savella to Wintonyk, Anne Victoria Cho, Jun Hyun to Cho, Peter Sungil Heinrichs, Brandon Lorne to Ritchie, Brandon Lorne December 5, 2013 Souvannavong, Maniphet to Souvannavong, Mandy Uselman, Daemon James to Savage, Daemon James Uselman, Teegan Rae to Savage, Teegan Rae Schaefer, Megan Christina to Hann, Megan Christina Negash, Fenet Bekele to Yihun, Fenet Negash, Gelila Yihun to Yihun, Gelila Flanagan, Jamie Lynn to Bateman, Jamie Lynn Bartha, Jozsef Attilane to Bartha, Marian Campbell, Dèsirèe Dawn to Rehm, Dèsirèe Dawn Jhaj, Harman to Jhaj, Harmun Singh Asres, Medhanie Uqbazgi to Asres, Barnabas Medhanie Mersey, Neely Marie to Hamlyn, Neely Marie Jensen, Christopher Fredrick to Fitzpatrick, Christopher Fredrick Zahr, Rolla Ramez to Hailley, Rea Tamsen McKim, Arabella Mae to Hailley, Kaylaa Brienna Morgan, Michael Christopher to Morganton, Michael Christopher Middleton, Amanda Dawn to Morganton, Amanda Dawn Beveridge, Shawn Douglas to Cormick, Bayden Scha-Sees, Trent Ramsey to Scha-Sees Croy, Trent Ramsey Adsit, Neil Christopher to Adsit, Natasha Christine Payne, Cortney Jean Margaret to Baldwin, Cortney Jean Margaret Fitznar, Benjamin Junior to Maddison, Benjamin J Parishaniforooshani, Sahar to Roshani, Sahar Halladay, Lacey Lynn to Halladay, Lace Lynn Anderson, Dustin to Roy, Dustin Anderson Kimball, Jazmin Ashley to Harvey, Jazmin Ashley December 6, 2013 Aylward, Paul James to Kinistino, Paul James Aylward, Kaitlyn Mary Louise to Kinistino, Kaitlyn Mary Louise Morad, Jim to Gulmorad-Ali, Hussain Magat, Mayumi De Jesus to Mercado, Mayumi Magat December 9, 2013 Amundrud, Gary Brian to Whiteship, Jennifer Darlene Thistlethwaite, Sydney Ann to Simpson, Sydney Ann Cockerill, Hailey Heaven-Leigh to Hodgson, Hailey Heaven-Leigh Anhel, Austin Maurice to Foss-Anhel, Austin Maurice - 332 -

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Cook, Nevaeh Sally to Cook-Kemp, Nevaeh Sally Phouthavong, Rongloun to Akesinghkham, Alounsuk December 10, 2013 Bai, Chen Fei to Bai, Renee Chenfei Orr, Yolande Kim Hazelann to Orr, Kimberly Hazel-Ann Waldner, Susanna to Waldner, Sanna Grace Sime, Samrawit Behail to Woldegeorgis, Samrawit Behail Mohamoud, Farah to Dahir, Farah Rakhra, Sonia to Kaur, Sonia Wourms-Symyrozum, Jesse Nicholas to Symyrozum, Jesse Nicholas Endols, Mark Matthew Anthony to Endols, Michelle Janina Zayrman Zadeh, Abdolaziz to Al Tamimi, Abdulaziz Zayermanzadeh, Soud to Al Tamimi, Soud Zayrman Zadeh, Fajer to Al Tamimi, Fajer Gallant, Allissa Jennifer to McCann, Allissa Jennifer Micallef, Darcy Gayton to Rose, Darcy James O'Neil-Majed, Naved Edward to Majed, Naved Fadi Escobar-Machula, Nicole to Machula, Nicole Vanier, Adelynn Theresa Paige to Verbeek, Adelynn Theresa Paige Martin, Shannon Rae to Marten, Shannon Rae December 11, 2013 Zaman, Mahnoor to Zaman, Nuriyah Sosa De Leon, Juan Pablo to Escobar De Leon, Juan Pablo de Ruyter, Jacqueline Marie to Escobar de Ruyter, Jacqueline Marie December 12, 2013 Butler, Brandon Stephen James to LeDrew, Brandon James Strawberry, Ervin Kelly to Strawberry Crowchild, Ervin Kelly CrowChild, Eva Sharon to Strawberry Crowchild, Eva Rae Tsyganenko, Alla to Lawrence, Alla Chen, Elain Sui Ling to Siu, Tare Chun Yuk Siu, Kelvin Wai Keung to Siu, Mani Wang Yuk Wenaus, Douglas John to Wenaus, Jack Douglas John December 13, 2013 Navin Jayaram, Individual has only one name to Jayaram, Navin Zou, YiFan to Zou, Yi Singh, Rupinder to Grewal, Rupinder Singh Bhatti, Amardeep to Grewal, Amardeep Bhatti-Singh, Ganevmeet to Grewal, Ganevmeet Singh Bhatti, Eshmeet Kaur to Grewal, Eshmeet Kaur Francis, Corey David to Martin, Corey David Fraser, Daryl Christopher Joseph to Easton, Daryl Christopher Joseph Lata, Shereen to Lal, Shereen Lata Laube, Karina Gaye to Ohlmann, Karina Gayelynn Bryan, Damian Pahl to McGladdery, Damian Pahl Lee, Sanghyun to Lee, Johnny Sanghyun Anum, Individual has only one name to Imtiaz, Anum - 333 -

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Sana, Individual has only one name to Imtiaz, Sana Pradine, Ryan James Cameron to Guay, Ryan Leslie Phillip Lee, Wing Chi to Lee, Cathy Windy Wing Wai Wan Suprovich, Gary Eugene Carl to Suprovich, Garry Eugene Carl Boire, Marie Jeannine to Boire, Jeannine Marie Ryan, Gerald Valentine to Ryan, Gerard Valentine Voss, Angela Maria to Voss, Stacy Dish Eighyr Truong, Thi Truyen to Truong, Theresa Truyen Thi Manning, Martine Elizabeth Sidney to Manning, Martine Elizabeth Sydney Grant, Eliot John to Grant, Ella Margaret Lepore, Eric Delmer to Mears, Eric Delmer Assefa, Abera Kenene to Keneni, Abera Assefa Xie, Ming Fen to Xie, Jenny Ming Fen Melnyk, Kimberly Elizabeth to McBain, Kimberly Elizabeth Chen, Zhan Justin to Chen, Justin Zhan Manipon, Rhea Llarenas to Llarenas, Rhea December 16, 2013 Manalo, Leonilyn Maritana to Pai, Leonilyn Manalo Grant, Nolan Jeffery Daniel to Davies, Nolan Jeffery Nelmes, Michael Christopher to Westlake, Michael Christopher Boudreau, Aidan Brian Raymond to Robbins, Aidan Brian Jong, Mikah to Cunningham, Mikah Ashley McIsaac, Reese Carol-Marie to Ellendt, Reese Carol-Marie Friedley, Clayton Garrett to Rosé, William August Heilesen, Koston Hugo to McNabb-Heilesen, Koston Hugo Gauthier-Mathieu, Jean-Sébastien to Mathieu, Jean-Sébastien Arana, Brisa Estrella Brideau to Brideau-Arana, Brisa Estrella Brideau, Keona Kellyanne to Allan, Keona Kellyanne Kutcher Easton, Kaylee Jae to Easton, Kaylee Jae Hoang, Thi Thuy to Tran, Claire Thuy Khan, Mohammed Mizanur Rahman to Khan, Mizanur Rahman Jabeen, Jamila to Khan, Jamila Jabeen Rutbah, Sabera to Khan, Sabera Rutbah Subhana, Rabeya to Khan, Rabeya Subhana Neamtu, Anastasia to Bezkorovaynyy, Anastasia Winthers, Cassandra Leigh to Norris, Cassandra Leigh Winthers Burt, Luke Winston Stanley to Burt, Emma Fae Roach, Andrew Rota to Rota, Andrew Gould, Susan Laurie to Casey, Suze Allariah Tran, Violet to Tran, Violet Siqi Xu, Haiqing to Gartner, Jennifer Xu Elizabeth Javed, Muhammad Irfan to Javed, Irfan Wood, Jason Carmond to Wood, Sara Carmen Sterr, Kailey Alyssa to Couch, Kailey Alyssa Payne, Joy Balubal to Payne, Joy Deleon Kanneh, Solomane to Diakite, Solomane Layee Langlois, Chelsea Elouise to Langlois, Chelsea Elouise Charlie Khajala, Amrit Kaur to Aulakh, Parneet Kaur Chen, Benjamin Henry Joseph to Abusalim, Idreese Aymen Henry - 334 -

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Elliott, Issac William to Darley, Issac William Cao, Drake to Chao, Drake Anchor-McClure, Jaxon Douglas to Anchor, Jaxon Darryl Meerwali, Muna to Meerwali, Hannah Muna Kuzyk, MacKenzie Doranne to Innes, Nova Caine Gulka, Nickolas Patrick Adolf to Petke, Nickolas Patrick Adolf Baculi, Lourdes Lugue to Lugue, Lourdes Navarro Iqbal, Iffat Khalil Mohamed to Knight, Leez December 17, 2013 Ashish, Ashish to Rana, Ashish N Chadwick, Helen Claire to Chadwick, Claire Helen Pham, An Truong to Tapiau, Andre Dunois Carroll, Sydney Jeanette to de Jonge, Sydney Jeanette Godinez Lizarraga, Jesus Eduardo to Muhlbier, Eduardo Ellerbeck, Daniel Robert to Legault, Daniel Scott Baidanuta, Evgheni to Martin, Eugene Mawien, Newteg Garang to Mawien, Nyanut Garang Sterling, Kaylee LaVeve to Lepp, Kaylee LaVeve Sterling Parr, Keara Marae to Lenz, Keara Marae Rawlusyk, Rene Christine to Dinesen, Isak Teddy Shakir, Muhammad Ali to Shakir, Ali Muhammad Shakir, Muhammad Umar to Shakir, Umar Muhammad Shakir, Muhammad Usman to Shakir, Usman Muhammad Shamshad, Haiqa to Cheema, Haiqa Shamshad December 18, 2013 Papineau, Amy Margaret to Edwards, Amy Carol Zenagebriel, Milkias Solomon to Solomon, Milkias Zenagebriel, Ariam Solomon to Solomon, Ariam Osuntola, Olusegun Kolawole to Olusegun, Kolawole Osuntola, Olusegun Israel to Olusegun, Israel Joshua Osuntola, Ifeoluwa Boluwatife to Olusegun, Ifeoluwa Boluwatife Osuntola, Ayomide Ikeoluwa to Olusegun, Ayomide Ikeoluwa Mehr-Un-Nisa, Individual has only one name to Khan, Mehr-Un-Nisa Ahmad-Saeed, Ashaze Imran Ahmad to Ahmad, Ashaze Daniels, Milania to Halabi, Milania Selvaratnam, Vijitha to Ahilan, Vijitha Averill, Lynnette Michelle to Kimmitt, Lynnette Katherine McCurdy, Kevin Joseph to McCurdy, Joseph Kevin Best, Kohen Allan to Stewart, Kohen Allan Loyie, Stacey Lynn Maria to Le'Cree, Knowla Twin, Jessica Eve to Niedermayer, Jessica Eve Arand, Glenda Lucille to Ayrennd, Korenna Danyliuk, Harry to Danyluk, Harry Fillier, Brandon Gordon to Campbell, Brandon Gordon Adebisi-Abiodun, Caroline Kennie to Adebisi, Kennie Caroline Adebisi-Abiodun, Michael Oluwato to Adebisi, Michael Oluwashayo Adebisi-Abiodun, Mary Opeyemi to Adebisi, Esther Moshope

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Perera, Mallika Arachch to Perera, Ryan Rasanjana Gamachu, Hirko Abdisa to Banti, Hundara Miressa December 19, 2013 Bronson, Lorimae to Heintz, Anthony Lorimae Ayers, Faith Violet to Buttrey, Faith Violet Ayers, Kathryn Grace to Buttrey, Kathryn Grace Head, Alishia to Hoy, Alishia Patsy Steffen, Kade William to Green, Kade William Klassen, Courtney Patricia to Fisher, Courtney Patricia Purdy, Leslie Anne to Steele, Leslie Anne Najmadin, Mustafa I to Najmadin, Chateen Kadach, Paul Arthur to Arthur, Paul December 20, 2013 Soligo, Liam Gordon to Nunn, Liam Gordon Soligo, Caleb Koolehi to Nunn, Caleb Koolehi Sirard Furoy, Cédric Maxime to Sirard, Cédric Maxime Wilt, Sheila Esther to Zyanya, Cookie Sheila Esther Cassidy, Barthon Farrel to First Rider, Farrell Barthon Stables, Kevin Warren to Davies, Kevin Warren Lucha Tejada, Claudia Alejandra to Lucha Mena, Weston Alejandro December 23, 2013 Cliplef, Julia Helene to Cliplef, Juliana Helene Rytter, Shane Felix to Herrera, Shane Felix Fedorio, Frank Derek to Rivers, Frank December 31, 2013 Palosky, Clifford Philip to Starr, Clifford Philip O'Kute, Paulin Maria to O'Kute, Pauline Maria

Treasury Board and Finance Cancellation Notice (Insurance Act) Notice is hereby given that effective February 28, 2014, Arch Insurance Company’s license to transact insurance was cancelled pursuant to section 51 of the Insurance Act. Laurie Balfour Acting Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.

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ADVERTISEMENTS Irrigation District Notice Enforcement Return (Irrigation Districts Act) St. Mary River Irrigation District Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, Judicial Centre of Lethbridge has fixed Tuesday, May 6, 2014 as the day on which at 2:00 p.m., the Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta for the purpose of confirmation of the Enforcement Return for the St. Mary River Irrigation District covering rates assessed for the year 2012. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, March 7, 2014 6-7

Tom Crooks, M. Ed., B. Admin., CHRP, General Manager. _______________ Taber Irrigation District

Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen’s Bench of the Judicial District of Lethbridge has fixed Tuesday, May 6, 2014 as the day on which at the hour of 2:00 p.m. the Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, for the purpose of confirmation of the Rate Enforcement Return for the Taber Irrigation District covering rates assessed for the year 2012. Dated at Taber, Alberta, March 6, 2014. 6-7

Christopher W. Gallagher, District Manager. _______________ Western Irrigation District

Notice is hereby given that a Justice of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta has fixed Thursday, May 15, 2014 as the day on which, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., or so soon thereafter as the application can be heard, the Court will sit in Chambers, at the Court House, 601 - 5 Street S.W. in Calgary, Alberta, for the purpose of confirmation of the Enforcement Return for the Western Irrigation District covering rates assessed for the year 2012. Dated at Strathmore, Alberta, February 27, 2014. 5-6

Erwin Braun, P.L. (Eng), General Manager.

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Public Sale of Land (Municipal Government Act) Town of Smoky Lake Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, Town of Smoky Lake will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Council Chambers, 56 Wheatland Ave., Smoky Lake, Alberta, on Monday, May 12, 2014, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands: Lot

Block

Plan

Acres

C of T

2

11

872NY

3.92

012 068 966

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. This property will be offered for sale on an “as is, where is” basis and the Town of Smoky Lake makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, absence or presence of environment contamination, or the develop ability 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 or conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the Town of Smoky Lake. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold. Terms: Full payment by certified cheque or cash only by 4:00 p.m on day of sale. G.S.T will apply on lands sold at the public auction. Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time prior to the sale. Dated at Smoky Lake, Alberta, March 14, 2014. Harvey Prockiw, Chief Administrative Officer.

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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The Alberta Gazette is issued twice monthly, on the 15th and last day. Notices and advertisements must be received ten full working days before the date of the issue in which the notices are to appear. Submissions received after that date will appear in the next regular issue. Notices and advertisements should be typed or written legibly and on a sheet separate from the covering letter. An electronic submission by email or disk is preferred. Email submissions may be sent to the Editor of The Alberta Gazette at [email protected] The number of insertions required should be specified and the names of all signing officers typed or printed. Please include name and complete contact information of the individual submitting the notice or advertisement. Proof of Publication: Statutory Declaration is available upon request. A copy of the page containing the notice or advertisement will be mailed to each advertiser without charge. The dates for publication of Tax Sale Notices in The Alberta Gazette are as follows:

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Earliest date on which sale may be held

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May 26 June 10

May 15 May 31

June 25 July 11

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July 25 August 10

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September 25 October 10

September 15 September 30

October 26 November 10

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