Form 55-102F2 Insider Report
Section 5

Security Designation

For each position or transaction being reported, provide the security designation for the applicable security or class of securities. For this purpose, select the applicable security designation from the list shown for the reporting issuer’s outstanding securities.

If the applicable security designation does not appear in the list, check the “archived security designation” list containing designations of securities of the reporting issuer that are no longer outstanding and that may no longer be issued. Alternatively, check the “Insider defined security” list that will contain one or more security designations for the reporting issuer if any have been defined previously by or for the insider. In either case, if the applicable securities designation appears in the list, select it.

If the applicable security designation does not appear in any of the lists described above, the insider must define the applicable security designation. For this purpose, select the appropriate “Security category” by choosing “Debt”, “Equity”, “Issuer Derivative” or “Third Party Derivative” from the list provided. For purposes of the insider reporting requirement, “issuer derivative” means a derivative issued by the reporting issuer to which the insider reporting requirement relates and “third party derivative” means a derivative issued by a person or company other than the reporting issuer to which the insider reporting requirement relates. The security category selected will determine the nature of the information that is required to be reported in relation to positions or transactions involving the applicable security designation.

Next, create the “insider defined” security designation by selecting the most appropriate “Security name” from the list provided and, if applicable, use the “Additional description” field to enter any additional words used to describe the specific security or class of securities. For example, to provide the security designation of “Class A Preferred Shares, Series 1”, select “Preferred Shares” from the “Security name” list and then type “Class A, Series 1” in the “Additional description” field.

Important Note: If the security or class of securities being designated is a security that has been issued by the reporting issuer, it is important to try to avoid creating an “insider defined” security designation. If a security designation has not been created by the reporting issuer in respect of a security or class of securities issued by the reporting issuer, contact the reporting issuer to request that the security designation be added to the list of security designations for the reporting issuer’s outstanding securities in its issuer profile supplement. However, you must create an “insider defined” security designation if this becomes necessary to ensure that the insider report is filed on a timely basis.

Derivatives: If the security or class of securities being designated is an issuer derivative or a third party derivative, provide the security designation for the derivative and the security designation for the underlying security. See item 18 below. In addition, if the security or class of securities being designated is a third party derivative, the insider will have to provide the applicable security designation in all cases.