Government of Canada Yield definition

Government of Canada Yield on any date means the yield to maturity on such date (assuming semi-annual compounding) of a Canadian dollar denominated non-callable Government of Canada bond with a term to maturity of five years as quoted as of 10:00 a.m. (Toronto time) on such date and that appears on the Bloomberg Screen GCAN5YR <Index> Page on such date; provided that if such rate does not appear on the Bloomberg Screen GCAN5YR <Index> Page on such date, then the Government of Canada Yield shall mean the arithmetic average of the yields quoted to the Corporation by two registered Canadian investment dealers selected by the Corporation as being the annual yield to maturity on such date, compounded semi-annually, that a non-callable Government of Canada bond would carry if issued, in Canadian dollars, at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity of five years.
Government of Canada Yield on any date means the yield to maturity on such date, compounded semi- annually and calculated in accordance with generally accepted financial practice, which a non-callable Government of Canada bond would carry if issued in Canadian dollars in Canada, at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity equal to the remaining term to maturity, calculated as of the redemption date, of the applicable Debentures, such yield to maturity, being the average of the yields provided by two major Canadian investment dealers selected by the REIT.
Government of Canada Yield on any date means the yield to maturity on such date (assuming semi-annual compounding) of a Canadian dollar denominated non-callable Government of Canada bond with a term to maturity of five years as quoted as of 10:00 a.m. (Toronto time) on such date and which appears on the Bloomberg Screen GCAN5YR Page on such date; provided that, if such rate does not appear on the Bloomberg Screen GCAN5YR Page on such date, the Government of Canada Yield will mean the average of the yields determined by two registered Canadian investment dealers selected by the Partnership, as being the yield to maturity on such date (assuming semi-annual compounding) which a Canadian dollar denominated non-callable Government of Canada bond would carry if issued in Canadian dollars at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity of five years.

Examples of Government of Canada Yield in a sentence

  • They may be redeemed at the option of the issuer, in whole or in part at any time, at a redemption price equal to the greater of the Government of Canada Yield at the date of redemption plus a margin or their par value.

  • The rate on the junior subordinated notes of TCPL will reset every five years commencing March 2031 until March 2051 to the then Five Year Government of Canada Yield, as defined in the document governing the subordinated notes, plus 3.316 per cent per annum; from March 2051 until March 2081, the interest rate will reset to the then Five Year Government of Canada Yield plus4.066 per cent per annum.

  • The Corporation may redeem the Medium Term Notes, Series 2, (a) at any time prior to February 28, 2030 at a price equal to the greater of (i) par and (ii) the Canada Yield Price (to be based on a discount rate of the Government of Canada Yield to February 28, 2030, plus 85 basis points), and (b) at any time on or after February 28, 2030 at a price equal to par, plus, in either case, accrued but unpaid interest, if any, to but excluding the date of redemption.

  • The Corporation may redeem the Medium Term Notes, Series 1, (a) at any time prior to March 21, 2028 at a price equal to the greater of (i) par and (ii) the Canada Yield Price (to be based on a discount rate of the Government of Canada Yield to March 21, 2028, plus 44 basis points), and (b) at any time on or after March 21, 2028, at a price equal to par, plus, in either case, accrued but unpaid interest, if any, to but excluding the date of redemption.

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More Definitions of Government of Canada Yield

Government of Canada Yield means, with respect to any Note and any applicable Redemption Date, the mid market yield to maturity on the third Business Day (the “Determination Date”) preceding such Redemption Date, compounded semi-annually, which a non-callable Government of Canada bond would carry if issued, in Canadian Dollars in Canada, at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity which most closely approximates the remaining term to maturity of such Note from such Redemption Date as quoted by a dealer selected from time to time by the Issuer and approved by the Indenture Trustee at noon (Toronto time) on such Determination Date.
Government of Canada Yield means, on any date, thebid-side yield to maturity on such date as determined by the arithmetic average (rounded to three decimal places) of the yields quoted at 10:00 a.m. (Toronto time) by any two investment dealers in Canada selected by the Company, assuming semi-annual compounding and calculated in accordance with generally accepted financial practice, which a non-callable Government of Canada bond would carry if issued in CAD in Canada at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity that most closely approximates the remaining term to the par call date.
Government of Canada Yield means, on any date, with respect to any Notes, the yield to maturity on such date, compounded semi-annually, which an assumed new issue of non-callable Government of Canada bonds denominated in Canadian dollars would carry if issued in Canada at 100% of its principal amount on such date, with a term to maturity as nearly as possible equal to the remaining term to July 10, 2053 of such Notes. The Government of Canada Yield will be the average (rounded to four decimal points) of the bid-side yields provided by the Investment Dealers in accordance with the terms of this Third Supplemental Indenture;
Government of Canada Yield on any date means the yield to maturity on such date (assuming semi-annual compounding) of a Canadian dollar denominated non-callable Government of Canada bond with a term to maturity of five years as quoted as of 10:00
Government of Canada Yield on any date shall mean the average of the yields determined by two registered Canadian investment dealers, selected by the Board of Directors, as being the yield to maturity on such date compounded semi-annually and calculated in accordance with generally accepted financial practice, which a non-callable Government of Canada Bond would carry if issued in Canadian dollars in Canada at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity of five years; and
Government of Canada Yield means, with respect to an MTN Debenture, the simple average of the yields, determined by two registered Canadian investment dealers selected by the Trustee and approved by Bell Canada who are independent of Bell Canada, as being the yield from the date fixed for redemption to the maturity date with respect to the principal of such MTN Debenture, assuming semi-annual compounding, which an issue of non-callable Government of Canada bonds would carry on the remaining term to the maturity date with respect to the principal of such MTN Debenture.
Government of Canada Yield means, as at any Interest Rate Calculation Date for an Interest Reset Date, the bid yield to maturity on such date (assuming semi-annual compounding) of a Canadian dollar denominated non-callable Government of Canada bond with a term to maturity of five years as quoted as of 10:00 a.m. (Toronto time) on such date and which appears on the Bloomberg Screen GCAN5YR Page on such date; provided that, if such rate does not appear on the Bloomberg Screen GCAN5YR Page on such date, the Government of Canada Yield will mean the bid yield to maturity on such date, compounded semi-annually, which a non-callable Government of Canada nominal bond would be expected to carry if issued, in Canadian dollars in Canada, at 100% of its principal amount on such date with a term to maturity equal to the period from such Interest Reset Date to, but excluding, the next Interest Reset Date, as determined by two independent Canadian investment dealers (each of which is a member of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada) selected by the Bank, and based on a linear interpolation of the yields represented by the arithmetic average of bids observed in the market at or about 10:00 am (Toronto time) on the relevant date for each of the two outstanding non-callable Government of Canada nominal bonds which have the terms to maturity which most closely span the period from such Interest Reset Date to, but excluding, the next Interest Reset Date, where such arithmetic average is based in each case on the bids quoted by such independent investment dealers.