An issuer profile supplement filed in SEDI format shall contain the information prescribed below. The information shall be entered using the online version of this form accessible by SEDI users at the SEDI web site (www.sedi.ca). All references to web pages, fields and lists relate to the online version of the form.
Provide the name of the reporting issuer for which the issuer profile supplement is being created by searching for the reporting issuer using the reporting issuer’s SEDAR number or the reporting issuer’s legal name (in English or French). If the reporting issuer’s name does not appear in the search results, an issuer profile must be created for the reporting issuer in SEDAR before proceeding further with any SEDI filings. See National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR).
Provide the full legal name of an individual who will act as insider affairs contact” for the reporting issuer. Use the “Family name” and “Given names” fields for this purpose. Use upper and lower case letters as applicable. Do not use initials nicknames or abbreviations. SEDI will automatically deliver an e-mail message to the e-mail address provided for the insider affairs contact each time an insider profile or an amended insider profile is filed by or on behalf of a person or company disclosing an insider relationship with the reporting issuer. This is intended to assist the reporting issuer in identifying any incorrect or inappropriate SEDI filings made in respect of the reporting issuer. Insider affairs contact information is not accessible by the public.
Provide a business address for the insider affairs contact. Indicate the country and provide the address (street name and number, etc.), the municipality (city, town, etc.), province, territory or state and postal or zip code, as applicable. A post office box or similar mailing address is not acceptable.
Provide the security designation for each outstanding security and each class of outstanding securities of the reporting issuer that is held by an insider of the reporting issuer who has direct or indirect beneficial ownership of, or control or direction over, that security or class of security. For each security or class of securities, select the appropriate Security category” by choosing “Debt”, “Equity” or “Issuer Derivative” from the list provided. Then provide a designation of the security or class of securities using the fields provided for this purpose, as follows. First, select the “Security name” from the list of generic security names provided. Second, if applicable, enter any additional words used to describe the specific security or class of securities. For example, to provide the designation of “Class A Preferred Shares, Series 1”, select “Preferred Shares” from the “Security name” field and then type “Class A, Series 1” in the “Additional description” field.
If the security whose designation is being added is an issuer derivative, provide the designation of the underlying security or class of underlying securities in addition to the designation of the issuer derivative itself. First, select the applicable securities category for the underlying security and then provide the designation for the underlying security using the “Security name” and “Additional description” fields in the same manner as described above.
If there is any change in the security designation disclosed previously for a security or class of securities of the reporting issuer that is outstanding or that may be issued in the future, use the Amend security designation” function to amend the applicable security designation in the issuer profile supplement. Select the applicable security designation to be amended and a web page with pre-populated fields containing the existing security designation information will be displayed for purposes of making the necessary amendment(s).
Note that a security designation should only be amended for corrections or for changes that do not result in the security or class of securities ceasing to exist. If a security or class of securities ceases to exist and is replaced by another security or class of securities ceases to exist and is replaced by another security or class of securities, the “old” security must be archived in the manner described under item 9 below and a security designation must be added for the “new” security in the manner described under item 7 above.
If the security or class of securities affected by the change is an underlying security for an issuer derivative, use the “Amend security designation” function to amend the security designation of the underlying security as well.
If any security or class of securities designated previously by the reporting issuer has ceased to be outstanding and the security or class of securities may no longer be issued, use the Archive security designation” function to remove the relevant security designation from the reporting issuer’s list of “outstanding securities” and place it in the reporting issuer’s list of “archived securities”. Archived security designations may not be reactivated if the applicable security or class of securities is re-issued or becomes subject to the issuance. In such circumstances a new security designation must be added to the issuer profile supplement in the manner described under item 7 above.
The personal information required under this form is collected on behalf of and used by the securities regulatory authorities set out below for purposes of the administration and enforcement of certain provisions of the securities legislation in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Northwest Territories, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Yukon. Some of the required information will be made public pursuant to the securities legislation in each of the jurisdictions indicated above. Other required information will remain confidential and will not be disclosed to any person or company except to any of the securities regulatory authorities or their authorized representatives. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information, you may contact the securities regulatory authority in any jurisdiction(s) in which the required information is filed, at the address(es) or telephone number(s) set out below. In Quebec, questions may also be addressed to the Commission d’accès à l’information du Québec.