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Stewardship

Program, support for partners in conservation, wildfire education and waste and vegetation management, the environment through our integrated vegetation management strategy that includes specialized, Management brochure Stop the spark Wildfire education and prevention is the best measure, to: PreventionFire management plans in high-risk locations MonitoringFrequent checks of provincial fire, wildfire Land use and vegetation conservation Maintaining trees, and protecting water and the species

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Wildfire Mitigation | FortisAlberta

operated; and• switches that have the most impact on reliability. Vegetation management Our Wildfire Management Plan follows rules and guidelines that have been set out by the minister of Alberta, or other equipment installed on poles. We conduct system-wide vegetation inventories once every three years to support long-range management plans. The intent is to establish a consistent, targeted vegetation control cycle that manages problem vegetation, establishes compatible vegetation on right

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Forestry | FortisAlberta

Utility Code requirements. We use Integrated Vegetation Management principles and industry Best Management Practices to control vegetation around our power lines and facilities. We assess each site individually to determine the best method of vegetation management, factoring in both cost, electricity in an environmentally responsible and cost effective manner. Managing vegetation under, are responsible for the maintenance of trees or vegetation on private property that affect the low

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FortisAlberta continues to power on

and constructions projects, including vegetation management, and new customer connections, including new service, irrigation and others. Outage Management Please ensure to download our mobile app

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sustainability-program-indicators

under Integrated Vegetation Management Principles within the Forest Protection Area (acres) 24,058, workforce) - - 79 Percentage of female employees (%) 32 31 31 Percentage of female management (Supervisor, Percentage of employees over 50 (%) 31 31 31 Employees Age (Management) Percentage of employees 30, of job vacancies filled by females (management) (%) 42 23 48 Benefits Employee training ($ per, in the Retirement Savings Plan (%) 100 100 100 Labour Management Relations Total number of work stoppages

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2018 Sept Management Discussion

2018 Sept Management Discussion, , primarily those associated with vegetation management, and higher labour costs, an increase in income, with vegetation management, and higher labour costs, an increase in interest expense related to the long-term debt, million primarily due to an increase in third party vegetation management and line maintenance, those associated with vegetation management and an increase in labour costs, and net increases, to an increase in third party vegetation management and line maintenance services. Cost of sales

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2021 Sept Management Discussion

2021 Sept Management Discussion, to a decrease in labour costs and vegetation management contractor costs. The increase in quarterly net, to an increase in vegetation management contractor costs, an increase in the provision for inventory, costs associated with vegetation management. Depreciation 1.5 The increase was primarily due, to an increase in contractor costs associated with vegetation management, an increase in the provision, items) due to a decrease in labour costs and vegetation management contractor costs. The increase

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2018 June Management Discussion

2018 June Management Discussion, with vegetation management, an increase in depreciation due to continued investment in capital assets, associated with vegetation management, an increase in interest expense related to the long-term debt, by higher contract manpower costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management, and net increases, by higher contract manpower costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management, and net, as a result of the timing of vegetation management costs, partially offset by an increase in labour

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2019 Sept Management Discussion

2019 Sept Management Discussion, associated with vegetation management, and decreases in income tax expense due to temporary, and lower contracted manpower costs primarily those associated with vegetation management. The decreases, with vegetation management, and decreases in income tax expense due to temporary differences relating,  1 FORTISALBERTA INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS For the three and nine months ended September 30, 2019 October 31, 2019 The following Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A

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Avian Protection Plan

and Areas of Management Concern ............................................................................. 5 3.1 Species of Management Concern, 3.1.2. Other Species of Management Concern, ..................................................................................................................................................... 6 3.2 Areas of Management Concern, Nest Management

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2017 December Management Discussion

2017 December Management Discussion, was primarily driven by higher contract manpower costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management, with vegetation management. Labour and benefit costs and contract manpower costs comprised, and an increase in contract manpower costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management, as a result of the timing of vegetation management costs, partially offset by an increase in labour, in capital work and vegetation management, and an increase in interest payable of $2.3 million related

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2020 March Management Discussion

2020 March Management Discussion, to the timing of contract manpower costs associated with vegetation management. These increases were, to the timing of contract manpower costs associated with vegetation management. These increases were, contract manpower costs associated with vegetation management in 2019, and a voluntary retirement program, with vegetation management, and decreases in income tax expense due to temporary differences relating,  1 FORTISALBERTA INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS For the three months ended March 31

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Farm Customer Guide

............................................................................................................. 32 Vegetation Management.............................................................................. 33 FortisAlberta Vegetation, and protection devices, vegetation management, etc. Pole Management Program – replacing deteriorated 1950s, p t i o n i s s e n t t o y o u r Retailer who sends you your bill. VEGETATION MANAGEMENT FortisAlberta Vegetation Management Practices Trees are important to the environment. They can also

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2018 Dec Management Discussion

2018 Dec Management Discussion, manpower costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management, an increase in interest expense, contract manpower costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management, and net increases, with vegetation management, an increase in depreciation due to continued investment in capital assets,  1 FORTISALBERTA INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS For the three and twelve months ended December 31, 2018 February 14, 2019 The following Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A

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2019 Mar Management Discussion

2019 Mar Management Discussion, associated with vegetation management, and higher labour costs, an increase in income tax expense due, , primarily those associated with vegetation management, an increase in depreciation due to continued,  1 FORTISALBERTA INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS For the three months ended March 31, 2019 April 30, 2019 The following Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A”) of FortisAlberta, ”). The purpose of the forward-looking information is to provide management’s expectations regarding

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2018 March Management Discussion

2018 March Management Discussion, costs, primarily those associated with vegetation management. Depreciation expense increased $0.9, . Cost of sales decreased $0.4 million mainly as a result of the timing of vegetation management,  1 FORTISALBERTA INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS For the three months ended March 31, 2018 April 30, 2018 The following Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A”) of FortisAlberta, of the forward-looking information is to provide management’s expectations regarding the Corporation’s future

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2016 December Management Discussion

2016 December Management Discussion, was primarily driven by the timing of vegetation management costs and benefit costs, partially offset, , higher costs related to regulatory proceedings, and an increase in vegetation management costs,  1 FORTISALBERTA INC. MANAGEMENT’S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS For the three and twelve months ended December 31, 2016 February 8, 2017 The following Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A, management’s expectations regarding the Corporation’s future growth, results of operations, performance

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2020 Dec Management Discussion

2020 Dec Management Discussion, to the timing of contractor costs associated with vegetation management and higher labour costs. Net, to higher labour costs and higher contractor costs associated with vegetation management, of contractor costs associated with vegetation management, higher labour costs, and net increases in costs, associated with vegetation management, and net increases in costs that qualify as flow-through items, of contractor costs associated with vegetation management and higher labour costs. September 30

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