Canadian Securities Matters Sample Clauses

Canadian Securities Matters. By acceptance of this certificate, the Holder acknowledges and agrees that the Company is an “OTC reporting issuer” as that term is defined in MI 51-105, and that the Warrant Shares will be, issued and sold pursuant to exemptions from the prospectus requirements of applicable Canadian securities laws. The Holder further acknowledges and agrees that the Warrants and the Warrant Shares may not be traded in or from a jurisdiction in Canada unless such trade is made in accordance with the provisions of MI 51-105, the Holder will, and will cause its Affiliates to, comply with such conditions in making any trade of the Warrants or Warrant Shares in or from a jurisdiction in Canada and the Company will refuse to register any transfer of the Warrants or Warrant Shares made in connection with a trade of such securities in or from a jurisdiction in Canada and not made in accordance with the provisions of MI 51-105. Notwithstanding the generality of the forgoing, as of the date hereof, MI 51-105 generally provides that securities may not be traded in or from a jurisdiction in Canada unless the following conditions have been met:
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Canadian Securities Matters. To the extent any Transaction shall constitute a "commodity contract" or an "OTC derivative" pursuant to the Securities Act (Alberta), each party confirms that it is a "Qualified Party" within the meaning of paragraph 9.1 of the Alberta Securities Commission Blanket Order BOR#91-503.
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