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CSA Staff Notice 55-316 Questions and Answers on Insider Reporting and SEDI
4 Insider Information
4.3 Insider Report
Section 4.3.5

What Type Of Report Do I File After I Have Made My Initial SEDI Report?

After you have made your initial SEDI report, you need to file an insider report within five calendar days [FN 12] of the date on which any change in your holdings of the reporting issuer occurs.

You need to file an insider report on SEDI, disclosing your transactions in those securities that have resulted in a change in your beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, them. You do not need to report closing balances if the balances did not change and you have already reported them. SEDI calculates and maintains a record of all these holdings as reported previously.

FN 12 Prior to November 1, 2010, within 10 calendar days.