National Instrument 55-102 System for Electronic Disclosure by Insiders (SEDI)
Part 1 Definitions and Interpretation
Section 1.1

Definitions

In this Instrument

“access key” means an alpha-numeric code issued by SEDI or the SEDI operator in respect of an insider that files an insider profile in SEDI format or in respect of a SEDI issuer that files an issuer profile supplement in SEDI format;

class” includes a series of a class;

“filing agent” means a person or company that is authorized by a SEDI filer to make a SEDI filing on behalf of the SEDI filer;

insider profile” means the information that is required under Form 55-102F1;

insider report” means a report required to be filed under the insider reporting requirement;

issuer event” means a stock dividend, stock split, consolidation, amalgamation, reorganization, merger or other similar event that affects all holdings of a class of securities of an issuer in the same manner, on a per share basis;

issuer event report” means the information that is required under Form 55-102F4;

issuer profile supplement” means the information that is required under Form 55-102F3;

“paper format” means information printed on paper;

“SEDI” means the online computer system providing for the transmission, receipt, review and dissemination of insider reports and related information filed electronically, which is known as the System for Electronic Disclosure by Insiders;

“SEDI filer” means a person or company that is required to make a SEDI filing in accordance with this Instrument;

“SEDI filing” means information that is filed under securities legislation or securities directions in SEDI format, or the act of filing information under securities legislation or securities directions in SEDI format, as the context indicates;

“SEDI format” means information entered electronically in SEDI using the SEDI software application located at the SEDI web site;

“SEDI issuer” means a reporting issuer, other than a mutual fund, that is required to comply with National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR), including a foreign issuer referred to under paragraph 2 of subsection 2.1(1) of that Instrument;

“SEDI operator” means the Alberta Securities Commission or a successor appointed by the securities regulatory authority to operate SEDI;

“SEDI software application” means the software on the SEDI web site that provides SEDI users with the functionality to make SEDI filings;

“SEDI user” means an individual who has registered in accordance with subsection 2.5(2);

“SEDI web site” means the web site maintained by the SEDI operator for the filing of information in SEDI format;

“transfer report” means

(a) in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Nova Scotia, or Newfoundland, a report required to be filed by an insider of a reporting issuer under securities legislation if the insider transfers securities of the reporting issuer into the name of an agent, nominee or custodian; or

(b) in Quebec, a report required to be filed by an insider of a reporting issuer under securities legislation if the insider registers or causes to be registered any security of the reporting issuer in the name of a third person;

“user registration form” means the information that is required under Form 55-102F5.